Just popping in to crow about being still awake at an acceptably late time Been to see Green Day and the Kaiser Chiefs. How can I put it? The Kaiser Chiefs were predictably riotous. We also saw some of Green Day's set 'night mundanies x
Good Morning Mundanies *dashes in, pours tea and squeezes out fresh orange juice, dashes out again*
Adds sparkling water to the orange juice.
*pours on a dollop of gin*
Bear - don't suppose the Russell Howard's Good News you saw filmed was the one where Tim Butler, our running club's joggler was featured. He was filmed as one of a number of possible special guests but it's starting to look like he may not have made the final selection.
LR - no - I went as someone I know was on it (plus Russ is one of my favourite stand ups). My friend hasn't been shown either
Mrs C went to the Beyonce/ J-Lo/ Florence/ Haim etc gig at Twickenham and came home with a broken foot. She is now sporting a knee-high plaster cast. She will shortly be sporting a large glass of wine I shouldn't wonder (for the pain, obviously). I think I might have to buy a pair of walkie talkies to keep up with the steady stream of instructions I am receiving.
Ran Marlow FM 10K this morning, which was lovely. Thinking of popping out for a bit of a jog now, as I've done dinner, laundry & garden and I'm getting bored with being a domestic superhero
Blimey, how did she break her foot?! Kudos on embracing the inner domestic superhero
Break a leg with your improv show Bear!
I have runned! Just a little one, but it was (relatively) painless
Mrs C slipped off a kerb in the crowd walking back to Twickenham Station apparently.
And congrats on the run Bookie.
Yep well done Bookie, glad everything behaved.Bet she was in the Beyoncé mosh pit, Chillies.
Falls flat on face. All I did was drink the orange juice.
Well done on the run Bookie. I have done that running stuff and am knackered. Last long hilly run between now and giants head I'm glad to say. I have been finding it very tough.
I had an unplanned hilly run today...we went for a walk on the Sandstone Trail and on the way back we came across a loose dog, we'd seen it earlier with a party of guided walkers but they were nowhere to be seen. So Mrs P sat with him while I trotted down to each of the car parks and back again but we couldn't find them. we met two dog owners with their own dogs, they phoned the number on his tag, they contacted the owner, poor woman was desperate, and we left the dog with the doggy people to be reunited with his owner.
I was knackered by then after several stiff climbs so I needed a rest.
Excellent good deed for the day there, Mr P.
Didn't feel up to doing my 10k this morning. Instead got my bike out this afternoon as someone had told me that there's a old railway viaduct that's open as a cycle route across the Trent so I went to check it out. Very impressive route.
#Sweet dreams are made of cheese,
who am I to diss a Brie.
I cheddar the world and the feta cheese,
everybody's looking for Stilton.#
The Psychotic Bears went down well tonight
Bears over the moon.
Well I think that was a great effort by Bear and I remain totally parmesan to his cause.
ha ha. I remember talking to D's brother. He did not know that onions grew in the ground.
I've been away for three days and I think I've returned to a parallel universe. FB and here and totally confusing me
I think my parents had a cheeseplant back in the 70s
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