Morning from a very wet West of Scotland.
Pouring down, soaked.
nw: 1 owl, 1 Kingsmill Van,1 Morrisons Van, Lots of blue recycle bin bags
Morning psc.Certainly not dry here. Enjoy your rest day.
I've been a very poor SOCer lately although did gt up at 7am Sat and Sun for parkrun and early morning swim. Does that count as it was the weekend? I agree with nottsgriff that running when the sun comes up is great. Gets me out of bed if I know the sunrise is going to be a good one so a bit of a weather geek.
rest day, not that I have a lot to rest from, but I am still going to have one
nottsgriff and becky - welcome
physio again later, housework needs to be done though. Going back to work this week - hopefully my knee will cope with me standing/pacing around the classroom the 6 hours a day again. Not back till Thursday though
Morning all, NOC day for me today. Finished the week yesterday with a 14 miler in bright, sunny but frosty conditions. It still was when I finished and it still is this morning, though I can see clouds starting to cover the sky now. Lots of other runners out yesterday.
Welcome nottsgriff and becky. Have a good week all.
I'm an early morning runner: by 4:30am I'm usually out and putting in the miles but today was different - I'm guessing the winter blues is setting in because even though I woke up on time this morning I couldn't for the life of me drag myself out of bed to run. OMG! Now I owe 3 miles!!!
Have a wonderful week everyone.
Morning all - SOC yoga, then a coached session, tonight NOC gym, spin and run, day off today so I am making the most of it. Becky and NR, you still qualify, the weekends are allowed to be later, and as long as normal people consider it to be a stupid o clock time to me out it counts in my book. Rusty seems to be settling in well Chris, any deer legs yet? Birky, keep the rain up there, lovely morning again here. Good luck at the physio MC.
Good morning all
6 miles this very wet and windy morning. A pity it was so cloudy as I missed the chance to see the International.Space Station go over head.
Nw 2 cats and 1 mouse lucky for the mouse not all in the same place.
My mothers 75th birthday today well more like a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
Third party have sent me a cheque for my bike( write off) they are not being clear what the amount is for exactly, so before cashing and running out to get a new one my insurers and I are going to ask for a bit more clarification.
Welcome to the mad house Ini,Notts,Becky.
Birky, A big one tonight but I'll be on birthday dutiesso might miss it.
Morning, dry here today
Welcome to nottsgriff and Becky
valis: it sure is mate. Booked my place in front of TV Happy Birthday to your mum
NW: 1 owl, 2 llamas, 2 cats, 1 Kingsmill Van, 1 Morrisons Van
Welcome Ini too, missed you out.
Part two of the come back
4 miles in the wind and rain this morning, but it is very mild out.
NW 1 fox.
After last weeks one and only run,( I was ill the rest of the week), I am deterined to get back on the road to full fitness by the end of the month.
Morning Tommy: All the best with your comeback.
happy birthday to your mum valis
well, physio told me to go for a fast walk yesterday, so I did, 2.4 miles covered in just over 30 mins almost as fast as my slow run pace
will be biking (inside) and swimming today
Morning psc and maths
Maths: Thats good fast walking
PSC - I am going to do what the physio says religiously
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