Iron Min v Soup Dragon
I keep forgetting about the hills!!
I've been very lucky in that Far Far & XB have sacrificed their times to get me round my maras & Ashby Far Far & I have done other distances together but it's been a case of see her on the start line and then watch her butt disappear from view !!
*sticks fingers in ears*
nooo, I don't want to know about hills!!!!! Had enough of them Sunday.
10 miles, 5 easy (1:01:06), 5 at MP (54:35) Felt gooooood out there.
Although I have got it into my head that MP is much faster than Easy, so the first half mile MP was down in the 10:30s, rather than over 11, where it ought to be.
Oh you all put me to shame. I should have done a run to work this morning but by the time I'd done faffing it was too late. I shall try again in the morning. Even Saffers got up and ran before work.
I've got to get my running better for September cos Ealing (my home town) is having a half marathon!! <bounce, bounce>
I beg your pudding !!
You're seriously telling me that it's the pizza that is the main attraction, not a meeting with me and the Far Far.....and possibly Soupy.....and possibly Helen ! ?
yes, shocked and hurt in equal measures !!
*joins Spence in being shocked & hurt*
Oh I'm completely up for pizza if you lot are prepared to let me join you. I can see that might be a worrying idea, but I'm housetrained and not at all scary.
<flounces that DL prefers pizza>
I fink I'm travelling up to Ashby in the car. Mr SD might be running but either way I will be going but may not be running the actual race. If I could do a 12 min/mile pace and keep up with the back markers for half way it would be fun but if I'm on my own plodding 13.5min/mile to heart rate then I'll be dispirited and its a waste of £20 or whatever. I could just map my own 10m or even 12 mile route instead for free then see you all the finish for pizza.
Poor Podds still has a red cross for a picture. It does't seem right. I mean, how can I know I'm talking to the real Podds. The real Podds wouldn't suggest not running and just eating pizza.
Or then again...............
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