How do you get going again after pregnancy?
Sonya - sorry to hear you're still out of action, that's such bad luck . So is that Stratford in E London you're going to stay in? That's just down the road from me and Caro - Discovery Centre in Stratford is good for kids if you're looking for something to do while you're there.
I'd love to do a 1.45 half but I only really have one gear so don't think the race time will be much quicker than training. Also, when I ran the route yesterday I stopped my watch every time I had to wait for traffic when crossing the road and reckon that if I hadn't it would have added at least another 4 minutes to my time. Plan is just to enjoy it anyway as there's about a dozen parents from the school all doing it and getting sponsored so it should be a fun day.
This weather is absolutely bonkers! Can't believe it's snowing again and it's nearly April! It's not even fun snow, as not settling here so kids don't want to go out and are driving us potty because they really need to get out and do something. I'm escaping myself for a bit though - heading out layered up now for a slow recovery 4 in it. Bbbbbrrrrrr
EF - yep, this crappy weather is all your fault . Have a good time at Centre Parks.
I had Martha up at 4am the night before last - she was excited about an impending play date. If she tries that again future play dates might go on hold for a while!
Hubby has gone to Texas for a week, very jealous as its 25c there. I need some sun!
At least the snow didn't settle today! Lotte - shame about the boat, the cancelled the major distance men's rowing race of the year on the Thames that was meant to happen today, must be said I think its probably the first time its snowed for the race although I do remember one year where it was scorching hot!
Sonya - hope the injury improves quickly, lugging heavy babies around it def not good, B is over 10kg already!
Ouch EF - I got those when i was pregnant too. Bit of bonjela?
I bought Loulou some trousers from Debenhams a week or so ago - lovely green cotton ones and a pair of jeans. Age 7. She's just 5.5!
Don't know about that Camlo, my lot are titchy too. The twins are a day older than Vixo's Isabelle but Lewis is 101cm and Cameron is 104cm. And Reece who is 7.5 years old is only 117cm. Sophie is the titchiest in the secondary school. Emily and Dylan are a more 'normal' height compared to their classmates!Reece has also only lost one tooth so far, and their are kids the twins age losing teeth!
So the swimming trip was cancelled but the athletics trip went (soph, Dylan and Hubby) but after a bumpy trip down the boat is currently off Aberdeen harbour (usually docks at 7am) unable to get in. If they aren't off the boat by 10am they will miss the comp... fingers crossed.
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World
Runner's World is a publication of Hearst Magazines UK which is the trading name of The National Magazine Company Ltd, 72 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 9EP. Registered in England 112955. All rights reserved.
Website powered by: Immediate Media Company Ltd. | © Runner's World 2002-2013 |