How do you get going again after pregnancy?
What are you doing up at 1am Tangt?!
Rf- am annoyed to have missed your debut! I have sky so could've watched it, just had too many relatives around to look on here and see what time it was, grrr. Maybe I can find it somewhere... wouldv'e loved to hear the singing
MM - sorry to hear reading didn't go as planned (although I'm assuming your time was still very fast to mere mortal like me!), but if you know it's because you have a bad cold then you mustn't beat yourself up. Rest up and you'll be raring to go again.
Even without my dodgy leg there's no way I could've done any running this weekend, my cold is naaasty! I sound hideous and the stuff coming out of my nose and chest is gross (sorry for tmi).
Sorry but have forgotten last page! Hoggle (()) for the funeral coming up. And glad to hear you are being less hard on yourself about work.
EF- still not telling...?!
CC- love the climbing pic on FB, that looks so awesome! You must get back into it. Especially now you can start taking the kids.
Survived the baptism! I had to completely ignore the fact I was ill (as us mummys always have to do anyway) and was making sandwiches etc in the morning whilst the girls destroyed any tidying I had done and hubby was at the hospital. He reappeared with MIL at about 10.30, who was fine! Had a bad drug reaction as had failed to tell the drs that she had also taken codeine (on top of her asthma meds, other painkillers, statins, bp tablets etc etc). She pottered off upstairs to straighten her hair and get ready. Hubby was really angry with her (but never says anything to her face), she didn't even apologise and can hardly remember what happened Saturday. Anyway, church service was lovely, even though Rosie screamed at the vicar and has puffy, gummy eyes in most photos. Lovely time afterwards at ours which everyone seemed to enjoy. No naps from Rosie or Maggie so they were shattered by the time everyone left. Got them in bad early, ate leftovers then I suddenly felt very ill and went to bed. Still rough today and am doing very little work.... All relatives now sent on various trains and we're all set to prepare for Maggies birthday and party this week now - which will be a breeze, 20 toddlers are far easier than a bunch of relatives
And when is spring arriving?
x-posts Vixo. Those are bloomin amazing splits!
Ooo, just found RFs show on the iplayer - if anyone hasn't found it yet you need to go to the regional area and you can find it there. Have downloaded it to watch on my phone on the way home. RF - you superstar you!
Sonya - 20 toddlers? Good luck with that. Hope you're feeling better soon too.
EF - so you're re-using the pink clothes right? Good luck trying to keep that secret, no way I'd be able to keep it to myself but we went for the suprise with all our 3 (although wasn't much of a surprise when girl number 3 came along, I'm sure hubby doesn't make the right swimmers to get boys!).
Hoggle - so sad to hear about your friends little boy, absolutely heart-breaking stuff. Hope they're holding up okay.
Vixo - great result on your race, well done. You'll be flying round your next proper race.
13 miles done yesterday but very nearly only did 10, last 4 miles were such a slog. Heart and lungs fine but legs just felt dead. Managed to average about 8.50mm though so still on course to do the half in under 2 hours although have given up all hope of getting a PB.
Right, best get back to work ...
Just came to say I found the adventure show too - only 6 days on i player so get watching!
TT - that's exactly what I've started to do now, with Tesco's finest strapping, just for longer runs, so will try it out on Thursdays 15ish miles.
20 toddlers - OMG, something out my worst nightmare!!
Well done on the racing Vixo - LOVE that last split, I never know how to pace 10kms and the like, to used to the longer stuff where it really doesn't matter too much. So what is next? Have never been to Calshott but parents discovered it the other week - think they went to the cafe there.
Good going Karen, esp if legs were not willing.
Just had a long rambling email response from Inverness Leisure - I wrote to give them feedback on my thoughts on their opening hours - OMG how much waffle about studies and reviews to maximise budgets (which I DO get), but why they can't have just one day a week when public could use wall in the morning ... oh no, only groups and clubs ... and apparently you can't have a ladies only session because of Sex Discrimination Legislation? WTF? Those type of sessions are run very successfully at other big climbing walls - sigh.
Speech therapy with S first thing, supermarket and then 7.7 miles for me round forest in 63 mins, legs feeling very sprightly which is a pleasant change . Is so muddy though where logging lorries are churning it all up.
Right, lots of jobs to be done in the next 50 minutes so best get ar*e in gear
I know Caro - that's why they are talking out of their *rse re descrimination!!! We have a harness too for ours. There seems to be no age restrictions for kids at the wall. There is a leisure centre down in Grantown, again v small with just evening sessions but is only 20-odd minutes drive so am going to investigate that next. Inverness solution for me was to 'rearrange my schedule to fit climbing in during the sessions they are open ...' - they were very polite though!!
I can't see a post from edingburghemma anywhere - am I missing something TTid?
Americans are obsessed with chopping winkies!
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