12TH JULY 2005
Good luck Seren. Sounds like you are having a proper make over in your house.
Boffin - amazing what you find in your own home!!
Tracey - nothing like home cooking.
Mouse - hope the pummelling went well!
Tadge on the damp side out there this morning - pity we are not ducks!
It turned into a stunning day here.
The weather forecast for next week looks pretty good at the mo.
Everyone sleeping so a chance to type stuff.
Boffin, I think the back may well take far longer than 4 months to get right if mine was anything to go by. Just don't give up and keep at it.
Mouse, how great to hear from you and your arse. You have a point about numbers in Cardiff. I am going to do the FoD half next spring. Great run. Missed Dale with a bad back this year too which was a shame.
Jones, I am lucky you are not doing any mara I am doing as you'd slaughter me. I keep blowing up. Anyone got Lance's doctors phone number ?
Snowdon will be fun. All I can think to do is to eat for victory !
morning.i think i am going to try the cross country today.haven't tried a big event and no doubt it will be full of fast runners,....but i think our ladies team is short...........I haven't run for a few weeks now so i will either be refreshed or my legs won'twork..........
good job i don't tun with my back, shoulders and arms as they are knackered from the painting
Hmmm painting... looks like kitchen is a go-er, suppose I will have to decorate in there too. Don't really have time for this. Speaking of which, better go and do some work...
Lovely morning for a cross country - Got to be better than painting?
New kitchen has to be good news in the long run - bit of chaos in the interim... I have a lovely caravan you can move into if you like!!
I think you have a point Alex - maybe if I tell myself expected full recovery will take 5 years then I will stop being so focused on the coming days and weeks? Realistically I get around better every day
Its a beautiful day, hey hey ....
Seren, how do you plan to make your ladies team taller ?
Enjoy XC Seren.
WA - I'm sure that Snowdon will be fine.
All good here, life is still going at 100mph and my running at 5mph is a welcome break!!
Afternoon all Alex you could blow up, recover, finish, have a pie and still watch me drag myself over the line
23.23 miles done this morning found it very very hard this morning, luckily the Gower scenery is enough to drag you around on a day like today
Steve, I feel your time is coming. When I have seen you running of late you are no longer 'identifiably slow' and have on occasion been going better than me when we pass. With the trainining for such a hard race you will have improved in spades. You are defo one to watch. Moreover Mrs J is going like a train whenever I see her.
Kev, I am surprised you are still speaking to us mere mortals now you are in First Class !
RK - glad to hear life is good with you.
Jones - the scenery over there is fab. Always love running by the sea. I ran along the beach early this morning, not too much pounding on these old legs of mine!
morning it was gorgeous at teh cross country...saw alex and chris running well in their race.there is a high standard at these events isn't there
back to the painting now
Weather forecast for Llanberis is good for this Saturday so far. Reckon you lot are due a good one after the last few years!
I hope so Tracey.i will be out a long time and so hopefully will stop to enjoy the views
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