From the Feeds
Just the one today. You may have already seen it, read it and even shared it. But there will be someone out there who hasn’t so I will not stop sharing it. Jasmine Paris has done womenkind proud this week. Not only did she complete a 268 mile race, she set a new world record time; her
83 hours, 12 minutes and 23 seconds marks the first time the record has been broken by a women.
That’s not all though. The 35 year old vet from Gladhouse Reservoir completed this challenge while expressing milk. In a world where breastfeeding mother’s are shamed, I cannot help but feel an overwhelming sense of pride for Jasmine and Sophie Power who made the news for breast feeding her son at a rest stop in September during the UTMB. These athletes are empowering women all over the world.
I’m really finding this part difficult at the moment. I’m lacking a spark or a warmth. I know it’s artificial and more to do with the subconscious and semi-conscious thoughts that invade my mind. I’m losing my happy to fictional thoughts and situations. I also have that sense that there’s just something off with the world; like when you look at a picture on a wall and just KNOW its off.
Which is why this daily three is more important than ever. I know, being a woman, the above is a monthly thing and I also know that the longer I persist with these positives, the less likely my cycle will have such an impact on me.
1. A card from one of the classes I used to teach turned up.
2. My dad let me put my tv downstairs and so we now have no issues with sound and it’s a wonderful picture. (Except for the cat scratches)
3. I sent in my CV to The Beatles Story.
Good night, may your Sunday be restful
Love Han x