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ohh didn't spot you there Podds, yes I thought Meldy was close mmmm.....
They didn't specifically ask us not to talk or fidget but they did tell the chap next to my sister to stop chewing.
I'm so glad I don't live near Colchester; I can just sit back and watch Spence round up her posse.
Jeez Spence is on a mission ""hides beind sofa"""
Whos the celeb XB? If you trumped, would it be picked up by the sound boom???
Day 2 Janathon = 50 min exercise DVD. I am gonna have trouble walking tomorrow. Did loads of cardio and crunches. only problem with crunches is my belly gets in the way
Right tea and bed me thinks. Swimming tomorrow
Waaayhaaay, XB, great photo!!!!! Shame about the bloke who stepped in front of you just as it was being taken (Your sis is very pretty, isn't she??) As for you 'not planning anything'...... I'm already practising my cheering!!
Yums, what a SUPERB picture! sooo many houndies ) What's even nicer is to know that once they were lonely and unloved, and now every one of them is a happy dawg.
Yums, I have no idea why Australian cheese is such cr@p, but it really is. No flavour at all. And for a veggie, NO CHEESE is serious! The local cheese man cuts the pieces I want and then vaccuum seals them, so they arrive fine. If you look here you can see he has LOTS of cheese:
(this is a pretty typical cheese shop for these parts)
Snaily, Podds is right. You are the WAISter White Knight, for sure. Well done at beating the Evil Empire of Bureaucrats!! It does make you wonder what happens to the poor souls who don't have a champion, doesn't it? But sounds like your mum will be in her own place soon. Hooray!!!!
Tubs, you should deffo leave her to stew. All these ladies ought to be SO proud of you, and so pleased that you are so thoughtful toward them---they don't deserve you!! How's the thumb now, by the way? And whatever happened with that new treatment for the infection in the eyelids? You were really in the wars there for a while.
Mr C and I just watched Rowan Williams' programme about Canterbury Cathedral---it was really a good one. Not an easy job, I think. Don't think he can be sorry to be moving on!
Me and my Chute are having an argument
nope cant get it right
Chuggs, having seen one or two of those border control programmes from Oz, I reckon you'll be lucky to get your cheese into the country without being arrested.
Inceasingly, should I find myself watching 'celebrity this that or the other' on telly, I have no idea who the people are.
I'm in the anti chewing gum corner. Why is it that so many people lack the ability to chew it or, indeed, eat anything with their mouths closed?
I would love to go the Colchester but my inoculations aren't up to date.
phew paignton is too far, thought i was gonna have to move even further south!
Programme on saturday night called Splash.Its Tom Daley teaching celebs to dive.Its being filmed in our new local olympic pool.We have tickets so will be in audience! Our instructions are party wear but no high heels!
Make one up, Spence
Nice to see the telly companies are asking for waister celebs
Oh and Chugs racing medal rack was ebay shop, you can order different wording too
Spence - my other NY resolution was only to enter races less than 20 miles away.Oh dear thats ruled that out then
Good resolution Amanda Well done
Looks good Snaily!
I've just entered a 10k on 24th Feb Trying to persuade my sister to do it too - she won't race if there isn't a medal but there is so I'm half way there! 10k PB is 1 hr 45... although I got to 10k in less than 1 hr 30 in the marathon... 7 weeks... best get running...
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