softly catchey monkey :-)
Trying to, but it's too easy to overestimate my abilities.
You'll get better at judging things as time passes. I'm really impressed with how you are getting with things, stick at it :-)
It's a whole lot bigger than just running/training. I think I have a very light version of CFS/ME. I have read what other people are going through (People describe a much more sever version has having flu/a hangover but 10 x worse every day for many years and some people are unable to walk at all). I am very aware that even my worst days are a lot better than other peoples best days and it's scary to think what could happen and feel so sorry for the people who have to live like that for the rest of their lives. I'm getting to the point where every minute of every day isn't an effort not to mention all the other symptoms. It's so much fun and I am able to enjoy being alive which for now is enough. So even if I can't do the training I want it feels like I can get over it even if it takes another year; especially since I have a lot of time without commitments and I'm still young and relatively fit.
Continue to stay positive Jenny :-)