Your weekday 'magazine' programme from Worcsetershire
Oh pants - it's al changed and confused me - taking me back to the very first page of the thread brought back memories
I was just trying to wonder why you wouldn't have an A race Crashie as I thought your training was going well when I remembered what your A race was....... Mmmm, that could be problematic.
I am bored of the rain (even if we are still in drought) - it's not improving my mood!
Evening all - I shall be Slogging again this year as I've just entered. That is if this cold ever goes away.
I appear to have now on Chrome.
Friday of the bank holiday variety. Yippee.
GOMmers, keep pushing and they'll soon run up the white flag...
Morning gentlefolk, gromgni SVT. Yay for Bank Holidays, boo for rain. Slog entries open already? Withpout jw popping in from Brizzle? Gnarly, dudes!
I shall be Slogging, as I have done every year since 2006. (Yes, I am only doing it for the pizza really.)
In other news, I decide to exercise this morning and discovered a new method of forward movement. It's like walking but ever-so-slightly faster. I'm not sure what to call it but I think it could catch on - I did 3 miles of it.
Sounds interesting, SVT. Methinks you should market it.
Went to the registrar's office on Wednesday and now have an anxious 10 wait to see if anyone finds a legal objection to the marriage.
Kitchen fitting is well underway now - tiling done, waiting for the electrics to be reconnected, new cooker to arrive and floor to go down (not necessarily in that order)
then new hotwater tank and bathroom before new carpets and curtains
Expensive time at the moment
Min - yep, along with my "Eat less, do more" diet plan!
musky - you should be okay as long as you keep your current wives locked away for the next 10 weeks.
I survived being shot with paint - no headshots, although I may have one or two bruises by tomorrow.
I've just entered the Slog - they timed their reminder e-mail well.
I thought I would pop in and say hello since it's been such a long time. And because apparently I ran past musky twice on Friday evening, and never knew...!
Swimming is really rubbish btw. I am never, ever swimming that far again. Not even to save my life.
Good Morning ALL.......
Firstly I thought it was my computer playing up...so I logged out/in, re entered RW, fiddled (not a good idea under the influence of a General Anesthetic) then left it until today (Twas Thurs evening I visited) I had hoped everything would be back to normal and it was a blip.....Nope, I have things on my left that shouldn't be there....Is this the New Look (excuse the free ad for clothes shop) .
After iplayering....am getting worried, please DO NOT jump off tall buildings...unless you have a parachute/attached to a bungie or there is a net or SVT to break your fall..... (Well you did suggest he jumped higher I think you should catch him).
Hope All are enjoying Bank Holiday Leisure time. If tea is not preventing colds...try coffee.!!
After my Operation I have been grounded (sorta) for 10 days.... Thats not the info i got last year. 4 days max....but being very tender i can see why...4 days are up and still delicate, still stitched. Running/Cycling a def No No!!
SOo am revamping bathroom...puting in some ladder miles instead..Why?
My bathroom ceiling is wood panelled as is halfway up the walls, colour...dark yellowy/Orange (there's a specific, name but i have no idea)Apart from F*$ing big Job. I have chosen Ivory Cream...it requires 2 undercoats, have done the first on the wall panels...am going to be doing the ceiling now am not under the influence and less in pain.(Apart from fumes of TCP...but thats another story ) The thought of doing the ceiling makes me want to lie down....
Flyaway...I would advise staying away from swimming....its not good for You.
Right ceiling here I come......I maybe gone for some time......DAYS perhaps.!!!
Morning gentlefolk, ginroman SVT, congratulations Musky.
Flyers, swimming is good for you; fact (not that I've done any for ages, though I did try 'cycling' on Sunday...)
Lexers, hope the decorating isn't pulling on the stitches
In other news, the update has broken the thread.
What is this 'cycling' that you speak of?
Hello - I have finally started running again after my 3 week cold, I even did a Parkrun on Saturday which was painfully slow. I've noticed everytime I have time off running I get a really sore back when I start up again, I must have core muscles like jelly.
Cycling....not something to try with stitches or in British weather.....
According to Physio you can strengthen core whilst sitting on bum. Situp straight, pullin lower muscles (asif your trying to stop awee) hold for 15sec, relax. Continue until you realize You do need a wee.!! There is another exercise for the back, but would think you would get funny looks in the office trying to practice *that one*
Weekend was white highlights...am now going for the retro Ivory highlights. I have also a design that will make me *loadsa money peeps*. I just need someone to help me patent/manufacture it....any ideas.....
flyaway - lovely of you to pop in - stay a while - we'll make a cup of tea and I've some chocolate biscuits in the cupboard!
Well done on running, cycling and swimming everyone.
In other news:
Lexi - take it easy (not sure why I'm writing that but you never know)
I have my final assessment for this year's college course next Monday and have nothing to say (yet!)
Am sure you will put together an excellent report for your assessment.
I did my final exams few weeks ago and am now going back over excel. Want to learn more, did Pivot tables and charts on my own last week....(.with the help of YouTube) . Have asked tonight about the advanced level....but they only do it full time as part of another course
As for taking it easy...in my book, I am!! . Not allowed to run/cycle whilst healing. So Decorating is fun..... Music, Paint...(everywhere...),switch off from worries and watch the slow...very slow transformation of a dingy room, into a Master Piece of Chic Decor.!! Sell my talents very well doncha think.!!!
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