Author Archives: runnermum

Words…

But first a quick question:  A dandelion – hay-fever or gateway to making wishes? I just love strange new words that can sum up a whole range of feelings or emotions. I googled nostalgia this morning – well actually “heimwee” … Continue reading

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Pity

Something I’m really struggling with at the moment is pity.  I can see that people pity me and I really do not think that I should be pitied.  True my world was upended and I went through some really really … Continue reading

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Happy place

Have you ever seen a person look so happy after and whilst putting their bodies through so much pain and suffering. Some days I do wonder what goes on in my head 🙂  

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Love

I’ve taken this from a friend’s facebook page with her permission – it is quotes from Henri Nouwen: Often we speak about love as if it is a feeling. But if we wait for a feeling of love before loving, … Continue reading

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Worth it…

I took Zoe to a child psychologist yesterday.  I needed to know what I can do differently or what I can do in addition to what I’m already doing to make life as easy and comfortable and safe as possible … Continue reading

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Strong

So when can I say to everybody around me – I’m done with being strong – I need to collapse in a heap and cry for a week? I so appreciate everybody around me and the support but I’ve been … Continue reading

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As expected

As expected and after the hype and high of Comrades and when I’m only left with the sore legs and the knowledge that I can’t run for a month I’ve hit a wall. I’m at work and I can only … Continue reading

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