Firstly let me apologise for the lack of material going on in this blog. I have to admit after I returned from the hospital after my injury and operation I wasn’t really in a great place; I felt awful, literally coming home and getting wrapped up in front of the fire with a blanket on the couch….which is really not me!!
Obviously once I was back in the land of the living it was the run up to Christmas and as we all know that is a mad and manic time of the year. It was exactly that in this household as well having had a houseful on the 22nd, Christmas Day and Boxing Day…oh and of course Laura was up at the crack of dawn Boxing Day to abuse the credit card in the sales.
New Year was not eventful in the Dunning household, seeing midnight is a rare occasion what with a little one in the house who’s concept of a lie in is 7am!
As the calendar was turned over to January I was finishing up with my physio but that was not the end of my treatment as I attended a shoulder class. In essence the session was circuit training, 3 minutes per station, 12 stations…don’t get me wrong it was no Headley Court thrashing but useful all the same for working the shoulder hard. I then got put into a shoulder class which was like circuit training.
So now my shoulder is a lot better I am planning on returning to the snow, heading to Meribel to be reunited with CSDST for the Inter Services Ski and Snowboard championships. Obviously I’m not going to throw myself straight into the downhill, but I’m going to enjoy some time free skiing and taking on races that I feel comfortable with.
My plan is to return to the UK after the Inter Services. Home for admin, appointments and the real world of a teething toddler and then I’ll update you all with my next move,