Good evening. Must've been a busy day, no ones been mundane at all. i feel a little under the weather tonight, i tink I shall take to my bed.
I've had a mundane day. So mundane I can't remember it. Probably for the best, my bed seems to have lacked a right side this morning. Humbug
Well I went to the garage and ran home.
I found room in a kitchen cupboard for my new hand blender. Not sure when it will get used, but like the idea of having one.
I've been trying to come up with Bowie / cheese based puns but it's really difficult. Is this conclusive proof that Bowie doesn't like cheese?
Today i have mostly been marking undergraduate reports
*waves to JB* Come back to the dark side I've lost my Zombie Evacuation beanie. I've looked everywhere and it has vanished Can't seem to buy a replacement on-line either. Harrumph.The best I've been able to manage is Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Marscapone. It's official, Bowie doestn't do cheese. Well, apart from that new song about waiting for a train. Mundaner than a very very mundane thing.
(((Hash))) Rotten luck about the beanie, hopefully it's in a coat pocket somewhere. Great thinking on the Bowie song title
I've just popped in to say I've just started to try again and learn to ride my bike ready for the tri. For my first session, I did a 12 miles round trip into the countryside and back. I now have something that I may actually do worse than my swimming, which I hadn't thought technically possible.
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Springsteen does...Eat Some Philadelphia... Funnily enough Hash when I see your pic on FB I see the cover of Ziggurat Stardust fro some reason.
Chin up (((DS)))
I've not been on my bike in months. Me and Andre have had a disagreement about how gears should work, and I'm afraid Andre is winning...
Today I have runned! It was icy and muddy and my trousers... tights? What are running bottoms called these days? Whatever they are, they kept falling down
Whoop and well done Bookie. Falling down running trousers are called legwarmers
Oh feck DS you're putting a hell of a lot of pressure on yourself. All thi is optional you know, and most of us don't do more than the stick-shoes-on-and-plod stuff. Harley has had a flat back tyre for the last six months, he reminds me pointedly every week when I go in to get straw for the girls then shut the door on him again.Does anyone drive a Renault? Quote from Jeremy Clarkson just now on Top Gear, it just "scampers away like a cheese-crazed sport monkey*. A new team slogon or what?
No I don't drive a Renault I push a Peugot. Not at all pissed off, why would I be, the electrics are like the horror film Christine, it uses more fuel than the space shuttle and now doesn't want to change gear. She's only bearable when she's topless. But I love her.
Polly sounds a little worse for wear...
Don't drive a Renault! I really shouldn't have, but I did chuckle. Imagine popping out for a pint of milk and that happens! It definitely scampered away like a cheese-crazed sport monkey
Hash, I've contacted the zombie people to ask about merchandise in case you wanted a replacement. Do check pockets though. And sleeves. I've found hats in coat sleeves before...
I'm very good a losing gloves. I have lost my fav pair of gloves so had to buy a replacement pair. Luckily, after searching real life shops, I found them online.
I have been slightly happy today, a plod in the sunshine, which i wasn't i the mood for, turned out alright, very peaceful. Then went for a walk with D before it got too cold. We walked nd talked and did a little crying. Talked a bit about the future, I feel better for involving him even tough he won't be there.
He has to go to work for one day next week, at least he has more energy at the moment.
I haven't cycled for ages, that's cos I'm not working much, cycling is my destressor. I may get out on the bike next week, seems a bit silly when D is home to go off out on my own.
Fab and thanks Bookie. I've looked everywhere I can think and several places besides, so ordering a replacement is the only sure-fire way of finding it.Thanks and good point by 'eck, I'll have a rummage in the nest box under the girls.
(((Mouse))) More useless brackets, but thinking of you both xI may have been a-snoozling. Time to scamper off to bed like a cheese-crazed somethingorother. 'Night all x
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