Elf and Safety
Absolutely no connection with Elfs, just thought I'd post it.
Just bottoms or tops-and-bottoms?
Can somebody put the hottie bottle on my side please. I'm just putting Dawg out for a wee and then I need a nice snuggly bed to fall in to.
14th - it may have been a robin once but now it looks like that strange one eyed phallic thing that was our olympic mascot. I suspect my advent calendar was stored next to Santa's radiator before being delivered and that all my chocolate characters melted a bit. There's been absolutely no sign of something that was once a reindeer though and that is disappointment beyond bearing.
Hope your Fridays have started more satisfactorily than mine
Elf in ell Limper a mutant Robin.....
9 Sleeps to go till hug time.
Quack (did someone mention bottoms)
Uni run tomorrow to pick up younger Eaglet for Xmas break.
Can we just go straight to the hugging bit and not bother with having to waddle 26 miles first?
It's floody flooded down here today. It's been raining all day and everything is swampland. Not looking forward to my morning of field work tomorrow.
I'm not totally convinced Tippy. You're going to have to try harder.
I'm due to be at the scene of next weeks hugathon tomorrow actually. Dressed in a humungous swathe of red felt, I will be doing the Santa Dash (10k).
Hope you have a safe journey Eagle. The limpette isn't due home until next weekend and has to make her own way. Let's hope the public transport system hasn't been washed away again by then.
I spent two hours 'cross training' in the swamp this morning. My hosses will be asking Santa for a rubber dinghy and a life bouy at this rate.
Speedy - you are like a little lucky charm!!! I read your post then opened my calendar and..... my first rudolph of the season!!! Woohooo
As your reward I will educate you on coming down the stairs on your dodgy knee...Use a stick or crutch. Put it down the step first, then your weakest leg, then your other leg - all onto the same step. Only ever one step at a time. Do the opposite going up (good, bad, stick). Take your painkillers as a preventative every four hours. You will not become addicted! (Hopefully. Fingers and toes crossed. And eyes).
How's the family doing?
Crikey Speedy. You could write a book. Hope you are coping.
Is the eaglet safely back in the nest?I wish my baby could come home this weekend. It's been a long long term.
So Tippy, you've had all day to think... what more can offer as an incentive for me to rendevouz with you next weekend? Hmmm?
Tippy - do I read your post to mean that you are offering me your OH as an incentive?I'll take it!!!!
The smallest limpette has requested excessive Tippy-hugs please. She's a good hugger, you won't be disappointed! She'll only come up to your knees though - ask the Eagle... she makes him look tall!!
I'm about to dress up as Santa and waddle around Portsmouth. Think of me!(I'll stop off at the shops and collect Speedy's new metal detector while I'm out. She'll be thrilled!).
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