So he is supposed to be Nancy's ex boyfriend. This is where i find the storylines hard to believe. In all my 30 years i have never knowingly met another person with ms until very recently where I actively went searching for others like me. Now what are the chances that she randomly bumps into her ex boyfriend of all people who also has ms. The fact that they are introducing more people with ms is great. But now this is not an ms storyline it's a storyline about her and her ex boyf who happen to both be at the same support group. I dunno about you but seems a little far fetched to me. I'll keep watching because Hollyoaks is and has always been my guilty secret and I'm very interested to see how this plays out.
Round up of the morning + the results - 39:10. I'm just happy I finished and didn't come last. Despite the pain and near tears to get through it this morning I now have something to work towards and improve on. My ms nurse told me to exercise as much as possible so that if/when I have another relapse my body is the strongest it can possibly be to fight it. So here's me following orders! #parkrundone
Started the day with a 2.5m run. I'm not going to lie it was tough. I thought I'd go to Asda today and decided to run there and get a cab back. Little did I realise at the time that the majority of my route was uphill. I got to about 17 mins running before I thought i cant do this. Everything felt harder than normal. I stopped to walk to the top of the hill when i realised my balance was completely off. I was walking, but walking towards the road. Once I got the top I continued running and ran during the cool down as well to make up time. My balance was fine when running but all over the place when walking. I was even walking round Asda like I was drunk...I promise I wasn't, my MS just seems to be awake today. Fuck you MS.
Nice cup of Melissa tea to boost the immune system.
Sure did feel the burn...my 1st gym love spinning killed me off. 1st sesh after 5 weeks, but these legs are getting stronger...I can't believe it's been nearly a year since my legs, feet, waist went numb from an MS relapse. I could barely walk let alone exercise. 11 months on I'm back to gyming 3 times a week and have started running and I fooking love it.