Sunday 9th April 2006
Last 14 hour day as the new physio sat in on the classes so she can take them over next week . Tonight was made even worse as the car wouldn't open when I got to it at 9.45 to drive it home. I thought it was probably the battery in the fob thing, so E had to drive up with another battery. I went back into the building and a light bulb exploded onto my head, fusing all the downstairs lights. I spent the time waiting for E hoovering up glass ( after feeling my way around to the fuse box to get the electricity back on). The fob still didn't work with a new battery, so it might be the car battery itself. The trouble is the alarm goes off if you open it with the key and you can only turn the alarm off with the fob (v.v.stupidly). I gave up and left the car there, it was just too much to try to sort ot out tonight!
Are you keeping that puppy off the nice carpets Paul?
6 miler on the treadie, not sure what Izzy made of it all.
The Dog whisperer gets the dogs to run on the treadmill to Paul. Maybe she could keep you company?
I was soo tired this morning I decided against my run, got a lift to work and ignored the car. Its still just sitting there...
A massive 3 mile cycle commute today. E sorted my car out so I got to drive it home. I'm glad as the wind has been vicious today!
I am sure Izzy will get use to the tready - she will have to won't she. The wind is vicious here as well - plenty of cyclists still out but its scary in traffic when you don't know which direction and how far you are going to be blowns
I have a re-occurance of the foot thing - just when the other one had gone away - physio again in a couple of weeks
I've been running
I got home in the light for the first time in ages so it inspired me to get out there. Just 2.5 miles around the block but its a start.
Let hope my February eunning mileage can beat my January total of 7!!!
Cold first thing but glorious to run in the sunshine - 14.3 miles done
No sunshine here, cloudy and windy, but a friend invited me to run with her and her friend who are training for marathons. They were doing 13 miles, past my house, so I joined them for part of it. I was enjoying myself so went a bit further than I planned and did 9.1 miles! Slow at over 10 minute miles, but its nearly doubled my year's total!
Good work phys, life in the old phys yet
A hilly 13.25 here today for me.
Oi Paul - less of the old!
Although I might well feel it when I try to get out of bed tomorrow....
Juat imagine how much fun you could have over 26.2 miles.
The fun starts to wear off at anything over 15 miles I find......
They don't have many events that are 15 miles.
I am planning at least one half marathon this year if that keeps you happy?
Evening. Horrible all day here, strong winds and now its trying to snow.
Hence I drove in. My legs felt suprisingly well after the sudden jump in mileage, but a rest day might well have done them some good.
Can you count an increase to 9 miles as a sudden jump?
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