#SilentSunday

23 comments:

  1. Great stuff! Thinking of everyone running it today! :)

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  2. @BavarianSojourn - Me too! I'd love to do it again one day..

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  3. Well done! I imagine the sense of achievement is overwhelming. Im far too unfit unfortunately with back issues x

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  4. I wonder what she looked like at the end? Good for her though, and all the runners.

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  5. @Snugglebutt - I don't know if I'll ever be that fit again and I have back issues too!

    @Midlife Singlemum - I hit the famous 'wall' shortly after this photo was taken, but I still finished!

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  6. Great photo. Thinking about everyone running this morning.

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  7. Well done! I wish I had the energy/motivation/commitment/legs to do it myself :)

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  8. Well done! As someone who runs like a penguin, & gets out of breath after a couple of yards, I'm full of admiration for marathon runners xx

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  9. Mile 18 - the Isle of Dogs, I spent many years manning the feeding station at mile 19 with my Dad's running club. Always great fun as was running it as well.....

    Great photo and memories I am sure. xx

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  10. great photo, and well done to all the runners!

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  11. @Jen - me too

    fivegoblogging - Maybe you will one day :)

    @jazzygal - thank you xx

    @Sally - glad you like it :)

    @Jane Gregory - I'm sure that's not true xx

    @Helen - I didn't know that! Hope the training for your really special marathon challenge is going well xx

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  12. @Sarahmumofthree - I'll second that :)

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  13. Lovely photo. Your son is very like you!!! x

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  14. Great photo! Just after Mile 18 was when I hit my wall too in 2006. Seemed like a long old way to mile 23 when it got a bit more interesting again! What does your vest say Thurrock ???????

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  15. @Puzzled - some people say he is alright :)

    @Floortime Lite Mama - that might be an exaggeration!

    @Beadzoid - that WAS me, 25 years ago, in one of my many incarnations :D

    @Lynsey S - Oh I struggled very slowly over the last few miles. The vest says Thurrock Nomads and I think the club still exists..

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  16. 25 years? Wow! Why are you the only one who doesn't look like they're about to pass out? You must have been extremely fit!

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  17. Well done you, I am in awe... even if it was a few years ago! My husband is running 89km's on the 3rd June, that's if his shin splints heal! So I know the effort you put into the training!! :)

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  18. How cool are you doing that! I wish I was fit enough to do it xx

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  19. @Beadzoid - well fairly, but if you look carefully, you'll notice that most of the people I'm running with are about 25 years OLDER than me!

    @Di - 89 KM, WOW, that will be some achievement, wishing him the very best of luck x

    @Heather Lucas - Maybe one day, it's hard to find time to train when you have young children xx

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