My bag is packed, my toenails are clipped, I’ve put my special electronic tag on my shoe, I’ve worked out my route to the start line, I’ve set my alarm and I’ve said a prayer to the Apple Gods to give my iPhone enough battery to last me round the course, and (if they really like me) to let there be enough juice left to call my parents afterwards to tell them to come and scrape me off the finish line.
All that’s left to do now is to get a really good night’s sleep and then to wake up and run this mother!
I promise this is the last time I’ll do this, but if you have a few pennies to scrape together and are seeking a worthy cause, then click here. Anything that you can spare will be massively appreciated.
For those of you who are coming to cheer tomorrow, I’ll be wearing what I wore on my birthday – head to toe fluorescent yellow – with a Macmillan vest over the top. If you happen to spot me, give me a wave.
For everyone else, I’ll see you on the other side. (And feel free to ‘like’ my run on Facebook at some point tomorrow morning – I think it makes a cheering sound in my headphones)
Thank you all so much for your support. You’ve all been amazing.