no appointment necessary!
They are the best sorts of marathons to do I reckon
Chav - it was a sign, I tell ye. A sign
Early night for me I think (its warmer under duck down)Best I put the cake in a tin first or the pikey one will have eaten it by the morning !!
right.back from my 450 mile round trip to Manchester.shopuld have beena bitshorter but i missed the M5 in the fog
managed a run in the cold up there.....so still on track.need to bike tomorrow.i think it will be a turbo
I believe today is a Jj day isn't it.......
must see if I can try to find an excuse to write some cheques today. Had to scrape ice off the inside of the windscreen last night so it must be proper cold.
Cos it's a numberified day, Jj, and you loikes the numbers.
I intended to run this morning. I'd like to say I didn't because I was concerned about ice but mainly it was because I couldn't be feckin arsed.
(I'll run later)
oh! lol - so it is.
I was very good and got togged up and went out just now (yes, two daylight expeditions in a row!), but had to cut it short after about ooooh - two minutes. Yesterday's cut was opened up and it HURTS! It's bruised too, so I shall rethink the socks - I prefer li'l ones but the tab exactly coincides with the cuts, so I'll patch it all up and wear longer socks.
Oh - Jjunior had a good day yesterday! Not only was she asked out by a chap she's really fancied for ages (she's only recently single again), but shortly after that she was made much of at work because - she'd actually saved a colleague's life last week! He'd collapsed and bashed his head, so she did the usual staunching of blood flow and questions about why, and history and stuff. She didn't like his colour, and despite his protestations (he refused 999 point blank) she made him an emergency GP appointment, explained the situation, and MADE him go to his 4:10 appointment. At 4:15, in the surgery, he had a major heart attack for which he received the right treatment immediately and is now recovering. The doc said "that first aider's actions saved your life."
'rah for Jjjunior- on both counts.
Nice to hear the First Aid courses work There is no room on my sofa as it is full of a collection of brass monkeys
*plays with balls*
thanks FeFe. And yes, first aid courses really are fab. It's given her confidence, and a few weeks ago she was working alongside some overworked paramedics outside a local nightclub - they sussed that she was a) sober and b) sensible, and let her help with a frightening number of extremely drunk/stoned freshers, several of whom seemed to be bleeding and/or unconscious. *shakes head*
I hope everyone's being careful in the ice and fog. *fret*
I might need to be more than half awake at 5.30 in the morning but I am sure that defrosting the car will wake me up
I am feckin freezing sat here .. it cant get much worseIts going to rain come Friday anyway !!
I havebaking DOMSHave you tried getting butter & sugar 'light and fluffy' when the kitchen is so cold that the fridge stops working?I gave up and settled for the consistency of anchor spreadable and mashed the eggs in ....I went swimming today and thought my arms were going to drop offOh, and dont try 15 x 100m reps with 15 secs rest cos its not fun
I'm going to bed at Seren o'clock cos I am cold
Always remember that we have a sofa in a room with an excellent heater. x
Jj great news about junior Jj
I am cold today and its not even that cold out this morning.need toget on the bike for this training malarky but can't seem to gte myself going..resting HR is up 10 the last few days..not sure if 10 is significant or just rised by the sore throat coughy thing i have
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