Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Tomorrow never comes

Lots of things I'd like to write about; my MdS experience, my recce's on the Cleveland Way for the upcoming Hardmoors 110, my first time as a marshall at the recent Dukeries Ultra. However, I just can't be bothered. 

My muse seems to have left me and I'm just not feeling very creative or poetic. Funnily enough this coincides with me not being a particularly good state of mind at present - and there's another thing I ought to write about.

I was recently told I should write a book on mental illness based on my experiences of being on both sides of the fence. Good idea but can't be bothered.........

There's always tomorrow!

2 comments:

Mike Dobson-Hornett said... [Reply to comment]

Nope, I know how you feel... for me there's always a "but"

My enthusiasm for running "at all" comes and goes with incredible frequency dependent upon when the pressures of running a business currently existing in financial intensive care just becomes too much.

I used to run long to escape but now i can't do that.

Was going to do the Dukeries as its on my doorstep but ...

I have a number for the Swaledale Marathon in early June but ...

Did hope to take on the Lyke Wake race again in july but ...

Is it just a slough of despond or is it more? I just dont know. i would like to say its a passing phase .... but ...

I just don't know but thanks however for covering these things in this, and other, posts

Best Wishes Mike

Richard Lendon said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks for that, Mike. I know that feeling all to well - I was going to do that, but......
I hope discussing these matters helps people and also helps remove some of the taboo.

More to come!

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