As discussed on previous threads, have started this one so we can organise two/three and sometimes four conversations into one discussion thread.
And thanks for following us over the past few months... Really appriciate it.
Hi Emmy: Feeling good now thanks. You? The medoc: not a chance, but off to a lodge type place for a holiday this year instead. Oh well, Brighton is on for next year instead.
I'm in to say hello. Big run this afternoon at 4pm as busy weekend on. Need to do 21 eeekkkkk getting twitchy........
All men are of the same mould, but some are mouldier than others.
Yea, gathering the gang again! 'Ello Sleepy
Good luck on the run tonight MCS.
short for Au Revoir i presume?
There's a time and place for grammar and spelling pedantry - this is not it! We know what you mean Bo so don't worry!
Go mcs Go! Happy daydreaming in the latter stages - hope you've got some goodies for your pocket?
I'm a happy bunny as I've just had a new kit delivery - mine's all in the wash and unlikely to dry in the rain but thanks to postie - Cinderella shall go to the parkrun! Yay!
Off to do my second treadmill sesh now - decided to split today into 2 to keep boredom at bay. I shall save my drenchings for tomorrow and Sunday by which point I will have dry kit (not that there's much point as it'll just get wet again LOL)
Happy Friday everyone ...
Hiya Bo Duke - that's a shame - next year? I'm doing well - completed London and now have a colleague trying to convince me to run Paris - would you recommend it?
How has your recovery been? Are you still out running?
Hello everyone, this is a great idea BD, I shall hang around here now if that's OK. I think the speling error is in keeping and glad it's there .
Scuba Trooper, yep I would recomend, the course is flat, apart fromt he dreaded under passes, of which there are 4 in quick succesion at about miles 16-17 (correct me if I'm wrong as I was lacking faculties by that stage), the wind made it trickier, however I ran a 10min PB so it suggests it's not slow.
Just completed my first hardish session since Paris 12 x 19sec strides followed by 500m at 5km pace...there is some pace left but it was tricky. Rain was fun felt like I was a duck at times especially as the wey has burst it's banks so running on the flood plain is out...is it treadmills now or are others braving the rain too?
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