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Hmmmm, sprouts in cream
It appears to be dry, I appear to be ok, I may try a road ride this morning.
Good luck to the racers, right now I need coffee and plenty of it.
GO GO GO, XB - all those sprouts should lead to and XB PB
Oh, Daffy, How can a woman go to the WI and be so glamourous at the same time - I've come over all Wuthering Heights
Life of Pi for us this morning and then, maybe, just maybe this arvo I will have a teensy walk/toddle to see what my hip has to say for itself. I say no mostly at work too because people are always trying to make the legal regulations 'work' for them i.e gain a commercial advantage
phew, thank heavens we haven't missed your TV spot XB.
I've just had housekeeper from fave customers house on the phone. Customer has come back from the States in a shi77y mood. Everything is wrong at the house, the flight was aweful as noone would speak to her (in 10 years of working for her I've never yet had a conversation - I've been talked at) Does anyone remember the Harry Enfield character ' I appear to be considerably richer than yow' She's a female version of him.
She's flying to Scotland for NY today and has been at the house for less than 24 hours and moaning like a banshee about her decs being taken down..
Tee hee hee. She's obviously had a bad time and is taking it out on everyone.
Morning all, still very busy DIYing so will be out again soon. Have a good trip South M..eldy and happy new year to you too.Like most Waisters can't get over the image of Daffs and photo's would be nice but then that could be counted as perverted as well. all have fun will pop in later if can as for reading back that may be next year
Quick, Noggs, get out on that bike! Your customer can't enjoy life much as nothing ever seems to please her and she doesn't sound as though she makes friends.
Westie and Snaily, haven't you two hooked up yet to get down and dirty with some DIY.
Daffs - it sounds like you and Mr Daffs did indeed represent the WAISTers well by being a gloriously gorgeous couple
Go go go XB - and anyone with the misfortune to be running behind him......
Today I have cycled with the running club - so much nicer to be on a bike taking it easy while they all huff and puff like I usually do Still 16 gentle sunshiny miles done followed by veggie brekkie at jetski cafe watching the jetskiers at play - not a bad way to start sunday Off to luxuriate in the bath now
Yums, the customer has little joy in her life, no family, no friends to speak of, just us paid for, hired help types
2 hours of steady zone 2 (mostly), it felt very slow but it;s what the schedule says. Not having done much after The Beast, then an exploding knee, bashed ribs, toothache and Christmas has all taken their toll.
Never mind, I'm back at it now.
Apart from having to stop to tighten my laces, that went as well as I could have hoped. The aim was for 53 minutes; the result was 50:19..
What a refreshing change to be able to leave home at 10:10 for a 10:30 start and jog to the start.
We got a good dose of weather and were joined on the course by our local silver medallist (Samantha Murray - Modern pentathlete).
Did you have the wind behind you?
We've just been for a walk along the front into the wind - hard work but a great rainbow over the Irish sea and a flock of lapwings hovering in the wind beneath it, looking like glitter in a snow globe with the sunlight flashing on their white bits!
That sounds like a fab run XB, well done you!
and well cycled Noggs!
Back home now, utterly exhausted. Not sure anyone got a photo of us all dressed in our finery sadly! If one emerges I'll let you know...
Nap now I think...
XB, Pippi, you up for the Port Sunlight 10k in May??
Good running, cycling and walking peeps
We have the company of the geese again which overwinter here - I love the sound of their calling as they paddle
May???? that's ... next year!! You think I plan ahead or something?
Actually, I could be, but I can't find any info about it yet!
My sister did it last year and said it was ace (and it'll hopefully shut her up wittering about me doing another marathon if I do this with her...) - that's all I know!
I'll put it down as a vague intention then!
I'm off tomorrow for a NY break in Shropshire/Herefordshire border .
See you next year!
Have a great time Pipps and, I believe Spence is vacating the West Mids for the duration.
We popped into The Lion for a drink - not been in for a month - we raised £12,000 in total for Movember. An astonishing effort for a little pub.. Last year we did £15,000 for MacMillan Nurses.
Ooooooooooh, just checked my business account and I have some money left - and more on its way.
Sadly, The Revenue will want it before I get to squander it on the Waister Babes, or even HL.
I have a couple of must do's on the bike next year. The Chiltern 100 and The Beast again. I'm OK with the Chiltern and will do it as a hard challenge. The Beast and I have a few issues yet unresloved. I may do the Blenheim and The Zappi mainly to support local events.
BIL and I are taking bikes to Montenegro in September so i hope to get some long, hard mountain rides in there.
wooo hoooooo well done XB
Anyone got any elasticated slacks I could have !?
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