12TH JULY 2005
Every cloud has a silver lining Tracey. Enjoy the downtime.
Second day in new job today. Nothing like a change
It is astonishing to consider the amount of time devoted to eating; it's a wonder we ever got out of the caves!
Nice that you are enjoying your new job Nutty
Did I say I was enjoying?!!!
Today was a bit grim, it didn't brighten up at all
today is better .....
hopefully we will have some sun today which always makes things seem better.......i'm banking on it being dry as i have scheduled a long bike this morning
Yes, yesterday was so depressing wasn't it? But spring is just around the corner, I've already seen the first article in the Evening Post about outrageously precocious daffodils.
Kitchen continues apace. The cupboards are pretty much there now, electrics and plumbing next.
I am sure you are enjoying work really Nutty - you will be telling me next that you would rather be still relaxing on holiday with good food, good comapny and training whenever you like...
Are we having a pie fest kitchen warming then Tracey?
How you feeling Jones? Hope you have recovered.
Great news about kitchen Tracey.
Any work is bettert than no work Boffin
Sounds like a good plan RK. How is the job going?@
Morning all feeling much better thanks Clare running is going surprisingly well, not sure how that happened
Hoping to do 10 miles tonight
such a lovely day yesterday i stayed out on my bike and did 72 miles
Well done Seren - it was a lovely day yesterday... made a nice change from the weather of late.
Evening all well done Seren, don't think I'd be able to walk for a week if I cycled 72 miles at the moment
9.3 miles tonight, its absolutely lovely out there tonight for running
yes it was nice....i thought that we would be running in rain but it easd off just in time.
What a difference not drinking made last night. Usually when staying away with work colleagues we hog the bar 'til midnight! Then get through the next day and travel home in the evening. By the time I get home about 7pm I'm usually good for nothing. Tonight however, I got my planned run in at 8pm! Just had tea (pasta, tomato sauce, rocket and chorizo) and am feeling great!
Seren - those numbers still amaze me! 72 miles is a massive distance.
Amazing what you can fit in to a day RK. You too Seren.
Bit duller today but nice for running
When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.
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