I just got an email headed "Success - london marathon ballot"
The contents read:
Thank you for entering the ballot for the 2010 Virgin London Marathon - we’d like to wish you the best of luck. We’ll send you a confirmation email shortly.
We’ll contact you in early October to let you know if you’ve got a place in the 2010 Virgin London Marathon. If you’re selected we’ll ask you to sign in and pay your race entry fee.
If you’d like to ask us something in the meantime, or your contact details change, please call us on 020 7902 0200 and quote your reference number VLM10-144518.
Kick-start your training
When it comes to starting your training, there’s no time like the present. If you don’t secure a place in the 2010 Virgin London Marathon, there are lots of other great races and events taking place throughout the year.
If this is the first time you’ve entered for a place in a marathon, we recommend the official Virgin London Marathon training aids <http://www.virginlondonmarathon.com/training-centre/training-advice/training-aids/>. These guides contain everything you need to know, including a 24 week day-by-day training plan.
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What does it mean!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sounds like you should have had that back in April, lol.
Ooops! I know what I've done - I looked in my Running folder by mistake and found that old email, which was recording success in entering the ballot! I thought I was looking at my Inbox and that had just arrived and I had got in!
I feel very silly now.
I have the greatest postman in the world, but feel he is unlikely to knock me up, as
a) Im fairly unattractive
b) i'm fairly old
c) oh and he's gay
Wouldnt swop him for any other postman, he's a first class mail (im leaving now.................)
"the lead in your pencil is impressive for this time in the morning"
HTF - you're obviously feeling chirpier you naughty little minx!!!!
How will I get my nooo red jacket out of the computer if they email it
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