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Shame she's not an MP; she could put it on expenses.
Just done 6 miles at a relatively relaxed 9:34mm. I am continuing to look for little wins by forever listening to my body's reaction to minor changes in pursuit of becoming a chi runner. This week something that we did at Pilates rang a bell and I tried adding it to my morning jog the other day and it seemed to help. Today was the proof and the pudding was good.
All it is is focussing on the spine, lengthening it (Mrs Pilates was saying that your spine can not be long enough) whilst keeping everything else relaxed.
I'm so glad that you all keep reminding me never to have another cat.
That's great news on the snailymum front Snaily - here's hoping she can pick up the positive and run with it - it's so true that a positive outlook aids physical recovery but it must be difficult when stuck in hozzie for such a long time
Today I only have 2 schools to bollock as they are holding up my census by not sending me "stuff"..............then I need to regroup and take stock of where I'm up to in all the other jobs!!
Morning all, Good news on your mum Snaily lots of ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
may try a proper jog this morning but will see .
Sounds like an easy day then Podds Nice running XB !! Errr nice ponding Noggs !!
Hey Snaily, Westie, Podds and Meldy.
Morning Chaps and Melds
Not sure about "ponding".........sounds a bit dubious to me
A "fellow" triathlete from my tri club is interviewing for a maths teaching post here today so I'm hoping he gets it
Mind you he's a proper triathlete as in all super fast and slim and stuff.............not like me
Oooh, I forgot to mention that a friend is setting up a Tri Club here in Clitheroe.
I've wished her luck and shall make sure I avoid her from now on
busy bee here but I have been spying on you all
~~~~~~~Snaily Mum~~~~~~~~~~~ some good news at last
see you marafunners soon
(((Snaily and SnailyMum))) et's hope that this is the begining of an upturn.
XB, did you ever think you would call sub 10min miling 'relaxed'? The changes you have been making are really paying off.
Chuggy, how is your tum now?
I am so determined to be a PITA when I am old that I have already started practising .
Mmmm, figs. I love them dried but find fresh ones a bit of a let-down.
WAIST well xxx
I am about to leave w*rk .. I have to call in on the FGO on the way home as he is having 'issues' againthey had better not be the sort of issues that prevent me from going away for the weekend
I think I'll be vibing for you from a distance on Sunday ... ... I've started taking antibiotics since yesterday, but they haven't kicked in yet and I still feel weak and shaky. I've agreed with school to stay off on Monday too (I suppose the doc will add an extra day or two onto the sick note for convalescence, although if I'm not nearly better by then, I'll want to see a GP). It gives me a day to get up to strength if I'm ready and it also means they can let the supply teacher know to come back!
Good news about your mum Snaily, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ hope it continues. And I wouldn't try figs if you have a dicky tum! I'm never too sure what to do with fresh ones either, but I do love fig rolls! (I had a microwave recipe once for figs, which I seem to remember was quite nice)
Nogs, I do love hearing about your customer - it sounds like you live in a soap opera of the Dallas/dynasty type (I'm sure there are more modern ones!) while it's a bit more Shameless round here ...
Mr P and Pippette have gone to get her her first car. The JW weekend when he got his new-ish car (hooray, a real car, that isn't a 'classic'!) they had a look round for her and bought a new-ish Fiesta which she needs now she is travelling quite a bit for work. She is flying to work later this week - going to Tub-land for the day!
I love fig rolls too Could eat a packet now.
I am on the warpath. Stupid work upgraded something which now won't work with my ancient computer. Shouldn't matter, because I am *meant* to be getting a new work laptop (3 months ago) so I don't have to use my own. They've reinstalled the old version of whatever they upgraded, which now works, but have also 'cfg my laptop' (the guy on the IT helpdesk had to go and ask what that meant).
Now my work email is playing up, and they've advised me to install a new broswer, which I did, but it won't open, because my operating system is too old.
All I can say is I pity the poor ebay seller who hasn't sent the boots I ordered two weeks ago and has ignored all my messages...
I love figs rolls too and dried figs and fresh figs
I did read back when I cam in from work but it's all left my head now
I'm busy trying to sort things for tomorrow clean the house ready for doggie sitter sort the boy who has a Scout day where they will meet Chief Scout Bear ! sort uniform for Monday...
I've had my race instructions from Coach XB which I intend to follow to the letter well I hope I will.....
Crikey, Pipples, it does sound like you've copped for a bad one. Hopefully the anti-b's will kick in and you'll be back to normal.
I hope the FGO is OK.
Got any instructions for me Coach XB
(turn up at the start would be a good one!)
Just went and did a mini plod to remind myself that I *do* love running
((((((pippi))))))))) must have been that Ultra what did it. Dangerous things xxx
Enjoy yourself, Daffs. Oh, and don't forget your purse.
Plenty to buy in Chester, and I'll be needing a souvenir from Wales too of course!
Off to the WI in the morning to get me flapjack
I'm off to my bed, I'm almost sorted
Up and at 'em, it's a lovely..................... no it isn't it's a foul day in the SE
Mr P just taken dogs out and he is not impressed, last heard muttering something along the lines of "whose stupid idea was it to do this bike ride.............?"
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