Saturday, 29 October 2011

I'm Still Here

Hello Fudgey Friends,

I am so so sorry for the lack of blog action - I can't believe my last post was about 6 weeks ago.

I just wanted to write a quick post & explain my absence & to let yu all know I'm still here & I'm OK.

The last 3 months have been pretty stressful for me and my family.

After the elation of finishing my first marathon in Edinburgh in May, Mr Fudgey & I were surprised but delighted to find out at the end of June that we were pregnant. Heartbreakingly in August we lost our baby. On top of this we received the news that my Gran's cancer was terminal & over August & September we tried to see her as often as we could, though each time knowing it could be the last.
My Gran died about 3 weeks ago and we are all very sad but know she is no longer suffering & that through her illness she was surrounded by people who love her. She inspired so many of us with her strength and her dignity and she will never be forgotten.

I hope you understand why my blog had to take a break during this difficult time. I'm doing good now & it's Thanks to my amazing husband and great family & friends who helped me get through everything.

It hasn't all been bad news, Mr Fudgey & I finally did get to go on our honeymoon & had a brilliant week based at Lake Como, with visits to Bergamo, St Moritz, Lugano & Lake Maggiore.

I started a running challenge on 30th September to run everyday through October & so far have stuck with it. I'm not in the shape I was but I am feeling strong. On Monday I'll be running the Dublin Marathon. It may not be a better time than Edinburgh & I know it's going to hurt afterwards but I will do it, spurred on by the fact that I'm raising money for the miscarriage association. If anyone would like to sponsor me please let me know & I'll send on a link.

I'll let you know as soon as I can after the Marathon how I got on.

I'm not sure what the next challenge will be yet. I'm going to take a little time to rest & recover - but watch this space......

lots of love

1 comment:

  1. So sorry to hear about the baby and your Gran. What a horrible time for you. It's amazing that you are still going ahead with the marathon, i spite of everything. Good for you, and best of luck with it - look forward to reading about how you get on!