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30/01/2013 at 21:08

Super delish and dead easy to make.

30/01/2013 at 21:31

hi guys just done a 5 mile jog, 5 kids are all asleep and my wifes just made me a sweet potato salad, feeling pretty good.....

30/01/2013 at 21:31
I'll have to do a veggie version
30/01/2013 at 21:31

Result indeed XB!

15 hour day for me (if you count from when I left the house til when I got back, which I do). Another 15 hour day yesterday, and another one tomorrow, and then I have cancelled my weekend away and will be spending it hibernating instead

Good day today though, thank goodness! Actual EXCITING work meetings, full of future planning with cheerful people, volunteering for national things (that actually aren't volunteering really cos I get to do them in work time ), all good. Stupid meeting before I left (which I was expecting), then bus stuck in traffic, so missed the train, then next train delayed, so missed the start of evening meeting, had to grab a manky sandwich at the station, which I didn't have time to eat cos I had to get a taxi to said meeting, and then was in the pub so I ddin't care about manky sandwich.

Got to the pub marginally grumpy and everyone was talking about what variety of cabbage to plant, which seeds to plant at the local library, how we've got £900 funding to make a community garden at a local pub Manky sandwich and silly work people washed right out of my brain

30/01/2013 at 22:04

oh FFS, trying to relax with Paul Mck CD and Mr S comes bed, starts talking to me, coughing and trumped.  I am totally NOT relaxed and can not visulise myself thin

30/01/2013 at 22:15

I'm about to be out in a trance by Mr McK !!
30/01/2013 at 22:16

Glad you're cheering up Daffs - you've got to run a cheery Port Sunlight 10K with me in May!

(was it Yums who thought it sounded a cheery place? well, it's clean ...)

31/01/2013 at 06:48
Morning all. Quick pop in. Working every day this week so not much spare time.
Still got this niggly Achilles and not sure what to do with it

FIL seems to be deteriorating. Handed his flat keys back in now which was hard.
Not much else happening including not much running .

Right off to work . Have good day
Edited: 31/01/2013 at 06:49
31/01/2013 at 06:54

morning all,coffee on


31/01/2013 at 06:54


Just a quick zip round the block today cos I'm on the train.


31/01/2013 at 07:24



M...eldy    pirate
31/01/2013 at 07:44

Amanda ... achilles are tricky buggers to rehab, plenty of stretchin, calf raises, massage and ease back into running when there is no pain

andddddd good morning to the rest of you

Ye Olde Dragon    pirate
31/01/2013 at 08:15


Take care Amanda - sorry for the FIL situation, it's never easy

I have runned in cold wet and wind! The rain was like cold needles bombarding me in the face as the wind cheekily changed direction whenever I did!

I showered and breakfasted now and ready for whatever the world has in store for me today!

31/01/2013 at 08:57
I am on a train

Enough said
31/01/2013 at 09:06

Oh DL - how radically different for you...................... 

Another beach walk walked, at least it's getting lighter now so although we still start in pitch black it is lighter as we finish

31/01/2013 at 09:43

Bit of a frantic morning, I set the alarm for 6.30pm so at 7.30 I realised something was wrong when it was light 


31/01/2013 at 09:43

 Morning all 

Tea on the go, priming ready for my swim at lunchtime, more technique re training which is always fun!

Sunny and little wind today on the Kent Sussex border area, hopefully it will stay that way tommorow too, for LSR day!



31/01/2013 at 10:57

Its tree bending windy in Paignton

Spence this new technique from P McK is very distracting, I'm constantly thinking "am I hungry, where am I on the hunger scale"!!!!  Its supposed to re-programme my brain in 2 weeks. 

31/01/2013 at 11:34

Snaily would you please keep the wind in sunny Devon please 

/blows it back west

Edited: 31/01/2013 at 11:34
31/01/2013 at 11:47


(((Amanda and family)))

It seems that playing with trains is the new WAISTer passtime. Where are you off to, XB?

Chocolate and orange souffle sounds wonderful. MS doesn't eat chocolate things so I don't have them at home. He does eat choccies though, which is just as well cos friend gave me 2 lots as a 'thank you' and I really can't afford to eat them all!

That sounds like a sesh and a half Meldy, no wonder your dinner went down quickly. I love the image of Murph playing in puddles .

Noggy, I know what the N+1 means, just thought that it could be adapted for the thread .

Spence, it must be really hard to make a decision re exams when the E-Bacc is so new. I hope that you are able to come up with something that both daught and you re happy with.

Snaily, yes, I bet it is really difficult for prospective employers to know what value to give to exam results these days.

Thursday man is away today so I am having a quiet one - although Alfie demanded a lengthy play session after breakfast. It seems that everything I came up with was 'dull' so he eventually went outside and left me to have a snooze .


WAIST well xxx


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