great news s'berry
Super, S'berry! I'm jealous, still limited to only swimming. Hopefully next Tuesday I will find out at my clinic follow-up when I'll be allowed to get back on my bike, although I already was told no running for 6 months. So that's around Christmas then? That'll be my Chrismas prezzie to myself, getting out for a short jog/walk.
hope you get good news on tuesday BI
3 miles tonight a bit warm out there
Reading the local rag I just found out there's a massive dog show this weekend not far from us (2000 dogs). May pop along Sunday morning to watch the White Shepherd judging, there's 21 dogs listed in the class. Normally males and females are judged separately, also split into long coat or short coat. Our new pup is supposed to be short coated, although at the moment he doesn't look it, if so he will be our 2nd, the last two were both long coat.
S'berry you must be over the moon at the success of women's boxing. I didn't expect to enjoy it but thought it was great.
BI have a good time, if you go.
S'berry yes it's a conspiracy!!! kidding aside the brain works in some funny ways!
I went to York yesterday to go on a baloon trip which we have been trying to go on for 2 years (it kept getting cancelled due to the weather) we thought great it's finally going ahead, wrong the wind was wrong!
I have be catching up on yesterdays sport and BMXing is a definate hit!
Hi all, sorry for missing from last week.Hope everybody is running and keeping well !
Just away to finish work and chill till run tonight.
Going to miss the Olympics ! BBC doing a great job showing all the different sports !
hope you manage to get your balloon trip soon RP
hi fred agree with you re the bbc coverage especially liked the catch up programme with gabby late on, have a good run tonight
ran a nice 6 miles this morning
The dog show was very enjoyable and a great day's education for little Charly. We were very pleased with him, he wasn't worried about anything, loads of dogs big and small, a huge crowd of people, lots of things going on in the show rings, he was interested in everything and showed no sign of any nerves. At just 12 weeks old that is very encouraging. Next challenge will have to be lifts and revolving doors. Nemo is very unflappable too, as a pup he went to his first big triathlon the week after we got him and then shopping in the city the following week. Oz always had a problem with doors that slide apart when you approach.
i'm lost! bring back the olympics
me too RP, didn't know what to do this morning, ended up going for a walk
Me too! Still being on sick leave, I now have nothing to fill my time with!
But not for much longer - had my post-op follow-up at the clinic today and I have been cleared to drive and to ride my bike again, hurrah! Down side is I will have to return to work next Monday. I was told to make another check-up appt for a year after the op - apparently prosthetics are checked annually.
good news BI
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