Sunday, 2 January 2011

My life in 30 days- day two.

I am making this a short post, I'm off to church quite soon. I've been totally isolating myself recently. I haven't talked to any of my old uni friends. But oddly enough I haven't felt lonely...I'm quite content with my own company sometimes.

Day 02 – A picture of you and the person you have been close with for awhile.

This is me and my best friend C. We went to the same secondary school and moved to the same sixth form together. She's at uni now and I miss her like mad!


1.  I've never been a good runner, does anyone have any tips on how to start?
2. How old do you want to be when you get married/settle down?


Anonymous said...

i've never been good at running either, but start off slow, bring your mp3, see how far you can go, and gradually build it up.
i used to see myself married by 25, and settled down by 27, but now, i have no idea, i can't see anyone wanting to marry me, but how about you?

Incredible Eating Anorexics said...

I'm not a fan of running, I enjoy aerobic exercise like dance and zumba and fun stuff. I guess music, an ipod in your ears might help you jog in time and keep going? I used to run a lot, and it just bored me.

I'm 22 and I thought I'd be married by now. My mum married young and had me young, and so I've just kind of thought that I'd follow in her footsteps. I now really hope I'm married by like, 27. I'm scared I get left of the shelf.

L x

Sairs said...

I hate exercise, so I can't help you on the running. But with marriage, I thought if I did get married I'd be a lot younger than I am but only got married last year and I am a fair bit older than you! It just depends when you find the right person too. You don't want to get married for the sake of marriage. You need to really want to get married to the person. I wanted to marry Andy after a year but we waited for three years to get married. That may not help at all, but you just never know really. I don't know if that helps or not or makes it more confusing.

The Woollen Typist said...

Happy new year.

Sometimes it's good to have some alone time. I often get ratty and irrational and just need to be alone for some time to gather myself.

Never been a good runner...I was actually active-phobic until about two/two and a half years ago.
When I started running I took it minute running followed by 3 minutes walking, then repeat six or seven times and then slowly increase.
You might want to read some books on starting running...kind of helpful.

I think I may be about ten years older than you (or thereabouts) and I'm still not married. But everything in it's own time I suppose. No rush.


mariposai said...

Happy New Year! That is a lovely photo of you :-)
As for running, I previously had a very unhealthy relationship with it, so am probably not the best person to ask ;)

Sarah x