Running for ME/CFS no. 55

With my finisher's medal.
With my finisher’s medal.

A very brief update.

I did it!

I’ll fill you in on the details over the next couple of days. For the moment, let me simply tell you that I completed the race in 2 hours, 47 minutes an 50 seconds. I’ll provide the gory details in the next post.

If you’re so minded, now I’ve actually run the race, please donate to the cause I’m raising money for: Action For M.E. helped me through the trials of 10 years with ME/CFS, so I want to give them something back. So far, I’ve raised 49% of the £500 target. I’ve placed a poster in the local post office so that people from the village can donate if they wish. And two local papers have featured me. For those who missed my offer to all who give to my fundraising, go to post number 50 via this link. There you’ll find an offer of a free eBook from my entire published range. Have a look and then, please, follow the link to the JustGiving site.

You can also buy the book detailing my experience of ME/CFS and giving advice for sufferers and their carers and families, ‘M.E. and me; Chronic Fatigue: My Recovery After 10 Years‘, by clicking the title or through the links on my ‘Published Works’ tab on this website. Half the profits go to the same charity.

5 thoughts on “Running for ME/CFS no. 55

  1. Thanks to all of you for your comments. I’m now more or less back to normal, or what counts as such for me anyway! I’ve told Valerie that if I ever suggest I might do such a thing again, she is to have me certified.


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