"like minded folk"... are you a bit of a nutter then Amy?
Chris - LOL at being wolf whistled. Thanks for the stuff on the editing software - looks good, tempted to get my wallet out. It looks similar (but better) to the free software that you get with the gopro camera. The music link is ace. That's helped me out enormously, thanks.
Well I was going to go out after work, but as more and more people came and disturbed me in the office it got later and later and the rain got heavier so I came home and had a lovely glass of single malt!
Jo - yeah after a 12 hour day I am exhausted so an extra rest day it is!
Amy - welcome
Chris - lol at the wolfwhistle
just seen the forecast for the morning - might be a turbo session instead of the run
London seemed less broken today, even got home in time for a sneaky spin glass before opening the red wine. Welcome along Amy.
Thanks for the warm welcome
PSC, I would consider myself a perfectly normal and rational person. Unfortunately I think everyone who knows me strongly disagrees. Getting up early to take part in a organised morning run whilst at a music festival did not help me to persuade them otherwise
I am definitely normal
Morning - T25 for me, because prancing around in my garage at 4.45am is normal.
another sleepless night but went for a run anyway - 5.6 miles for me - and managed to dodge the rain
thank goodness it is nearly the weekend
We are all normal - I'm sure the looks my hubby gives me for running SOC is normal too!!
However just gym work for me at the mo, still waiting on the calf to heal properly.
Bad news Gobi, Wokingham half cancelled I hear?
Morning you lot
4.5 M Steady Cold, dry
NW: 1 owl, 2 cats, 2 dogs, 1 cyclist.
Catch up time
Morning psc: Not it's not a word we use very often up here in Scotland either !
However 'Cold' is a different matter !
haven't been outside yet, OH told me to have a lie in - 8:30 was the latest I could manage to stay in bed but after a rubbish week I needed it
Gobi - bad news about the half
dry and windy here at the moment. We are starting to get pretty flooded round here now, but to be fair I think this area of the country hasn't had it nearly as bad as other areas, and in my town they had spent time digging the ditches and making sure the rivers and dykes were cleared out - I think that it is just householders getting together to do that rather than the council though - last summer lots of people had property damaged by flooding because the rivers and dykes were all choked up with rubbish and debris, although I think the trent has burst it banks and the road to the next town will soon be closed
will be swimming later and I need to get some kind of bike/turbo session done
kids staying at in-laws so we are going for a quiet meal
Day off to give the legs a rest before the Punchbowl Marathon. More rain here now after a dry start and gales later so will be dodging floods and fallen trees tomorrow!
Morning all - run, swim, spin done, T25 and hot yoga later. It looks like I'm headed down to Brighton to run a marathon tomorrow, not an official one but one of my tri research group is running one a month for charity so I thought I'd lend some support. If I don't get blown away to sea. MC our town is still flooded, the river burst it's banks on Christmas Day and continues to do so, pretty miserable for those folks living nearby with many evacuated. The perks of living on a hill for me, much as I complain when I cycle up it. So Emmy will be on her way to marathon 3 of 4 this morning, very impressive.
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