12TH JULY 2005
Morning all, happy indigestionmass!
Well, a thoroughly lovely time was had by all. Just off for a short and gentle plod, don't know how this is going to go, feel rather like I've been poisoned at the mo!
Boff... I'm suspicious of how familiar you seem to be with "the children's" pudding...
Morning all. Hope all are well and are enjoying the festive season?
Ospreys - v - Scarlets todau - promises to be a cracker.
glad I went out early for a relaxed 10 miler as it started raining not long after i got back and hasn't stopped
Seem to have timed it well then Seren; now you can feel smugly satisfied.
Tracey - indeed I do have a confession; the children's pudding looked far too nice not to be sampled - went well with traditional Chrostams pud!
Well in to the left over food phase now, fantastic; ridges full of food - no need to cook anything!
I do enjoy Foodmas
Tracey - hope you enjoyed your run.
Boffin - its Christmas. You can cake for supper, chocolate for breakfast. Its allowed!!
Seren - you were wise going out early.
Glynneath 5 was very wet and cold. Good to catch up with lots of people though. Got 2nd lady, first vet and a pb for the course
Adam has asked
"Why did Santa deliver loads of crap presents up Mama's and not things I wanted like he delivered down here"
"Well Adam, because he thought you might want something different up there"
"That's what Mama said"
... so he has obviously put the same question to his grandmother !
Adam has been doing toy reviews too. All done in one take, all his own words. Not scripted or anything.
Anyway, Glynneath 5 for me today. Not really been running fast enough recently and I could tell. Needed to knock out a few 5:30 miles for the downhill bit of the course and managed 5:45 / 6:13. Was actually faster on the way back as I find it easier to run up hill than down.
Glynneath was wet, it hammered down for 15 mins before the start and despite trying to warm up I was freezing setting off. Soon warmed up though.
Hope Christmas has gone well for everyone. I don't kmow how RK copes with all his parties,
A star in the making there Alex
Shouldn't be too surprised Glynneath was wet - everywhere else is too! Miserable standing around in the rain waiting for the start, not so bad once you get going - from what I remember about it!
These days I seem to spend all my time in a raincoat and hat!
looking dry at the moment. our running club will be meeting up this afternoon for a run and then chips and a pint...................
Nutty good running to get a PB in that weather.....
WA - one to keep for when wa grows up
Boffin - it always seems to rain these days although this afternoon it eased up a bit.
Seren - hope you enjoyed your run and chip butty.
Glynneath is a great social event. The weather was grim but always good to get out on Boxing Day after days of over indulging
Another day of socialising and overeating. Starting to pall now I must say.
That time of year Tracey! Soon be back to normal
Another delightful day outside
Got luckly last night, went out at 6pm. No rain and wind had dropped to a whisper. Had a very civilized 5 miles.
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