The Cake Runners Athletics Club :-)
Get well wishes to Moo and hope his mummy and daddy get some rest today. Zombies wouldn't be a good look.
Just back from kids swimming and a 5 miler for me. Quite slow but I tried to do some 200m bursts.
Hope you get a bike ride tomorrow Chili.
Lovely sunny day today and I just picked a fig from the garden. It must be the latest in the year that there have still been figs on the trees. Still got grapes too. Our little quomquot (spelling? no idea) tree is packed with fruit. Hubby is cutting our hedge and burning the branches so there is a lot of smoke. It's a big job as the hedge is 2 metres high. Anyway, enough of the garden. Does anybody else do any gardening? It's almost as addictive as running.
I have a mountain of work to do plus kids' piano lessons this afternoon. Daughter is doing grade 5 and son is doing grade1 in January so we can't miss any lessons. Wish I could be a piano teacher full time.
Have a good day all!
Well done Moo!
Jude - all that fruit sounds yummy.
well done to moo on his cooking skills
The achillies soreness seems to have faded away entirely now. I'm going to start running again next week - I think I'll stick to flat 5k runs for now, until I've got used to the new way of running imposed by the knee support.
I've found another plan to get stuck into as well: 200 squats. Same format as the pushups and pullups plans.
aw by eck thats lovely that moo did some baking with you.....bet they are yummy!!!!!!
have they all been eaten?
back from swimming, I saved my apple and banana crumble for when I got back
RR - good to know the achillies is ok, be careful with it
hope everyone is staying safe from the flooding, there is quite a bit near me, not enough to stop me getting to work though
Keeps raining so am not doing a long bike ride this morning. Will go for a run later instead - somehow I don't mind running in the rain.
Hope Moo is a bit better.
byeck-Moo's cakes looked great.
RR-Good to here you are about to get running again.
Miserable day down here. Did go for a quick run and got soaked.3.25 miles in 26 minutes.
Fingers crossed for a better day tomorrow.
I'm so sorry you're having to go through all this, by'ecks. I can't begin to imagine how difficult this must be on all of you.
But so pleased that little moo is such a good patient. I know that must be delightful for all working with him.
Prayers coming you way.
breakthrough today - some of my year 10s stayed behind for extra maths, and a couple of my year 10s asked me if I could do some extra with them too
exhausting, but it is nice when kids want to try to do well
by eck - hope the new medicine does what it needs to. Getting up in the night for inhalers will be hard for you. I'll be thinking of you
Sounds like you're really going through it, By 'Eck - I hope matters improve soon. For what it's worth, my nephew had to use an inhaler when he was a baby, but the condition cleared up - his breathing is completely fine now (he's fifteen going on twenty one).
*wheels in tea trolley with tea ,hot choc, marshmallows, crumpets and sympathy in bowls*(((((((((((((((((((((((((hugs))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
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