no appointment necessary!
i was meldy.............i did just over 4 miles and my average heart rate was 139 instead of 176 on the weekend
Morning all (except for Meldy who qualifies for a belated good night),
Wabbs, I shall save your post and cut and paste it after my start of term pilates on Thursday.
Top swimming Mouse.
Hope- grin and bear it I think is the expression, very apt for your line of business.
Tadworth 10 for me at the weekend, I finished about 12 minutes behind Garr (had he been at the event), this years memento was a mini-picnic bag- they do something different every year so there's an incentive to keep entering to see what this years will be.
Fefe, I was right behind you at Tadworth yesterday (at the start anyhow). The hooter went and everyone charged off just as I was about to say hello
morning managed my swim hour in 2 sessions.onlymmanaged 40 mins very slowly at 8 am this morning.............went back in the pool after yoga at 12 and managed a very fast 20 mins.............strange........was dying in the pool earlier...........still session done even if a tad un conventional.........
rest this afternoon and then squash tonight....i think my hubby will finally get to win for a chance
Evening allMy sleep was interrupted AGAIN by Southern Gas showing off their pneumatic drills outside my window. Heads will roll22 mins run and 18 mins warm up/down and nothing fell off
I can think of worse ways to spend a birthday
Happy Birthday Wifey xx
Many happy returns of the day Debbo, hope the heating man doesn't keep you hanging about for long. Enjoy dinner.
In other news, the thing I've spent most of last week changing needs changing again
Hoppy burpday Debbo. Have a good and special one!
In other news....... Yes I can confirm my triceps still feel like they are bruised....... From SATURDAY's workout....!
In even more exciting news..... Have I told you my bod aches?
I suspect you might need a BtS or a Buddha on this one Mouse, my understanding is that it's less of an issue these days with Apples as the Intel based ones can run windows emulators to allow you to use PC software.
Will this be a home computer or work based one and if the former will it need to talk to any other computers in your house? The networking if you have 'some and some' is a little more complex (as I understand it) but can be done.
If portability is not an issue I'd generally go for desktop over laptop as you have more options regarding things like graphics cards and upgrades, but that said computers are becoming more of a throw away thing so whether you'd need to get into the upgrade path depends on your requirements (i.e. are you a PC gaming enthusiast who would need to be able to stick in the latest graphics boards).
Lawks what a ramble.
Really not feeling a lot of love for the pool tonight but mostly down to an unexplained shortness of breath- masters session tomorrow so hoping for a bright brave new day.
sorry no idea Mouse.....
i am all dressed to go out on the bike....i have sorted the household duties out and it is sunny and dry out.....so why am i sat here stalling for time............i need to just get ouit there and do it.........
yes i do and i will in a minute
its colder out hough so not sure if i need more clothing...........might get a cold core
Mouse if you plug a 2 button mouse into a Mac you suddenly get right click! It's not identical to the windows right click in applications but it's close enough for most.
Even my ardent mac enthusiast video eidtors use 2 button mice with them.
How long are your laptops lasting you? If it's a business one then I'd expect 3 years if it's a home one I'd expect 18 months.
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