I found myself furrow browed at times, nodding as Haig so vividly describes the effects of depression and anxiety
The middle aged banter in the car, some coffee and more giggles waiting for the start are so much part of the experience.
No, we are suckers for the feel of a book (embossed covers are almost erotic are they not?) Oh, and the smell of a new ink on paper....
On a day off work, with our exercise, work and dog walking done, we enquire of each other "are we in?". Yes we are! Gentle music on, dog snuggled on the sofa, books out. Interrupted only by the need to eat. Our two-people-and-a-dog-book-club goes from strength to strength. We very often end up enjoying the... Continue Reading →
Their favourite memories as race organisers are all about seeing those final runners through the finish line
a voice on the radio, a headline, a quip from a colleague, a shade of green, I try and scribble it down