off to fire station later to help Gordon cook dinner for our mate and her fifteen firefighters.. its her birthday ... oh and then 20 miles in the morning - its going to be soooooo slow.... never mind... (new marathon virgins... they like to stop every so often bless them - and thats just fine... ) hope to be back before dark....
oh bacon and maple syrup, yet so right....
hope all are well, my runnign is picking up so I will soon feel almost like one of you again!
Scott ah gives very good advice
Racing tomorrow, hilly muddy 5 miles, you know I just love that
Excited because my niece has just gone into labour so my great nephew is on his way (number two) I already have two great nieces as well, god I feel old!
what is everyone up to this weekend?
I am working this week end, so not racing, shame as the great eastern run is on, which the ex wife is doing, and I would have loved to beat her!!!!!!! also, there is a full and half narathon that finishes here in sleaford, so I will be cheering them on passing my office!!
Didds/Susan- Dont be daft
Scott- Is that spires & steeples? Looks like a good run and no time pressure. On my maybe list. Are you still wanting to go for a run at some stage?
Me - All being well will be sorting Comrades this weekend. Doing it myself but very happy. 10 days this time fly a day before and booking a safari for after. Add to that my daughter is coming and at 19 will probably be the last holiday with her "old man" should be fantastiv O first run tonight since Sunday so SCOTT listen to AH
Good luck with the hilly 5-miler Wabo, glad that you're back running regularly again - and you're not old, just experienced like me
Great race report FRC, even if it did make me feel tired!
What am I up to tomorrow? OH off to see George Michael at Earls Court tomorrow night with a friend so home alone, then off to Shropshire on Sunday to see Shrewsbury vs Walsall (don't ask but it's live on Sky Sports if you can't get there in person!), then on to overnight stop in Manchester ready for all day work meeting there on Monday.
Rest of the week: back down south for work Tuesday, up to Northampton for work Tuesday evening, on leave Wednesday for OH's birthday (going to see Deacon Blue in Oxford), work London Thursday, work Andover Friday. Will meet myself coming the other way one day! No wonder I don't get much chance to run much of late.
Happy weekend all!
Slow, shuffling plod of 5.4 miles... all at 12 secs slower than each mile of last weeks Super Sunday.
Felt a bit like a non-runner to be honest...
dont be daft DTF, you are def a runner!!!
I just signed up to garmin connect, and have been going through my stats for last week, makes very interesting reading. I cant believe that I didnt get one sooner! best £130 I have spent on my running I would say. Any one that doesnt have one should get one.
Like the stats Scott - very steady pace you kept...
Must upgrade/replace my Garmin soon, which one did you get?
Hi Scott Live in Grantham
Plans well Going back to South Africa next year and running Comrades is at the top of the list. I ran it in 2010 which was the down run this year is the up. Training wise that means a big increase in miles from January so will have plenty of long runs available!
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