No training at all last week as it was all a bit hectic at work.  It did however give me a chance to recover from my hamstring tear a little more.  I am feeling a bit pressured as Hugh keeps ringing up to say how well he is doing and how much he is loving the training.  About a month to go so I best sort this out.

On the positive side the bluebells are out in the woods at work and look amazing.

I had an email from a friend of my mum's which I have pasted in below as I thought it was an interesting coincedence.

"Just as a matter of interest there was an extract from the armistice poem on the write up. We lived in the Old Vicarage at Burton in Lonsdale for 12 years which was the house in which Lawrence Binyon, the author was born.
Best Wishes 
John"


12/27/2010

It really a useful idea.I will have a tiral of this idea as soon as possible as have already frustrated by them for a long time.Thank you very much for your continously post of effective tips.

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Once you want to do it better, you can set your effort to it , and do not think more about the fail. Be confidence to yourself.

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Give yourself set goals, one year, two years, five years, and maybe you was born as well as others, through hard work, often can change the fate of 70%. Broken falls can only make friends and cowardice.

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    What am I doing ?

    On the 4th June I am taking part in a 65mile run for Project65.

    Why ?  I hadn't planned on doing any runs this year but as my mum phoned and asked me I thought I best oblige.  I feel very privileged to be able to take part in this event.  My stepfather Bill is an ex para-trooper and has not been too well recently, this event has really fired his imagination and he has already supported me by paying my entrance fee. 

    Both my parents were in the forces and my stepfather's brother was a sergeant navigator who died in the war so I am delighted to be involved in the D Day commemoration.

    "They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them."

    if you would like to support me and make a donation please go to:  www.justgiving.com/kesterwilkinson

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