A few years ago, a challenge like the 100kinMay would be have been impossible for me. I had spent many years, bed-bound and needing to use a wheelchair because of my M.E. I’ve suffered with M.E. for most of my life, so I’ve had to learn to pace myself and be careful how much physical activity I undertake.
I’m really excited to be at a point in my life, where I can even consider taking up the challenge. This will be a huge personal achievement for me, and hopefully, I can raise a lot of money at the same time.
I’m nervous about doing too much; because of the repercussions that could have. The main challenges will be health-related but with some careful planning and plenty of time to rest and recover I can’t wait to get started!
Most of all I’m looking forward to walking in some of my favourite places and planning some new routes.
Half way there!
Tracy and Kathleen clocking up the km’s on their patrols of Cam and Dursley
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