The Sound of Drums – there’s hope on the horizon

It’s been a month since my last blog, where I put my heart on my sleeve and let you, the running public, know that I wasn’t finding things easy but that I knew I wasn’t the only person feeling that way. I am honest about it, it took me a while to press publish on … Continue reading The Sound of Drums – there’s hope on the horizon

Weightlifting – We aren’t all PB smashing in lockdown.

Disclaimers - This is my blog about me and how I am feeling. It's representative only of me and also I have to say I've never done weightlifting. I'm the one that even sand kicks in the face on the beach. I've the strength of a watered down glass of Vimto. If you are after … Continue reading Weightlifting – We aren’t all PB smashing in lockdown.

Going for Gold / Getting Better – Balloch to Clydebank Half Marathon 2020

Aye the old Britpoppians amongst you will be rubbing your hands together for the musical double whammy, but these songs have to be earned. Please note this is a one take written in 20 minutes at lunchtime report so sorry for any omissions or mistakes. We are living in funny times, unprecedented times for many, … Continue reading Going for Gold / Getting Better – Balloch to Clydebank Half Marathon 2020

Living for the weekend – Includes Scottish Indoor 3000m champs 2020

Note: This blog was written differently, posted and deleted earlier in the week as I wasn't comfortable with it. Running wise the weekend was brilliant. It started off on Friday night with one of my favourite events of the year, the Scottish Indoor 3000m at the Emirates at the GAA BMC Miler meet. This one … Continue reading Living for the weekend – Includes Scottish Indoor 3000m champs 2020