All or nothing

Elaine Watson, 47, Wigton

Stopping in front of a sign in the busy restaurant, I pretended to read it while I tried to catch my breath.

Smiling to the owner, I tried to hide my panting.

But I felt exhausted.

I could feel my chest tighten with the effort of walking down endless corridors.

It was February 2019, and I was inspecting a restaurant as part of my job as an environmental health officer.

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