Thursday, May 01, 2008

Not much to say

Thanks everyone for your comments, I think its the most I have received since starting my journey on 1 post :O

I am finding it hard to get the jogging in I must at admit as when I come home from work at 5.30pm, I start cooking, eating, sit for a bit and in bed by 8.30pm ready to be up at 5.30am for Dazza and me to leave at 6.50am. But at least I am getting the walking in the morning so it has to have some benefit. I will definitely be doing the dog 6km walk at least twice this weekend, it did us all allot of good last weekend although I must admit my legs were a little sore after both. anywho have to leave for work again.



Debstar said...

I reckon you'd be better off walking 5km or more than running for 1km and crashing.

Jogging hurts all my joints so I cannot run and that is the story I am sticking with.

AND I might add that jogging with a dog can be mighty frustrating,
especially when they pull up for a sniff or a wee, or in the case of my dog just because she's old and cant be bothered running.

Anyway aren't you 'walking towards where i want to be' If you jogged you'd have to change your heading.

Kristy said...

Every little bits great Sue, and I can understand how hard it must be getting up so early and getting home so late.

Weekends will be a great time to get out and walk the dogs. I am hoping to take Mum's dog for a 1 hr 40 min run so hopefully she's exhausted and won't cause me any trouble (she barks and barks quite a lot)