Morning from a wet West of Scotland.
Todays lyricson't start me talking.I could talk all night
Yesterdays lyrics: Sloop John B by The Beach Boys.
What: 4 Easy Miles.
Why: Just a wee plod
Blisters - training is over rated but fresh pasta stands you apart from other men.
What's next for you race wise DD?
Off darn sarf for pre-xmas socialising and present swapping this morning so exercise opportunities will be limited and the weather doesn't look conducive to running.
What: probably nothing.Why: see aboveLast hard: 2/12Last rest: 14/12
Lyrics - yes.
happy friday everyoneAle- thats a real bummer, my thoughts are with youreally mild darn sarf today LmH, didn't even need a coat walking to the station this morningwhat - 5 easy at lunchtimewhy - clear the head (again), fortunately yesterday was the last of the work related socialslast rest - a week agolast hard - Tuesdaylyric - I think I do
Ale sorry to hear about your friend.DD wow, great run last week!Blisters fresh pasta, surely that is training, just cooking training?
What: attempt at a few miles in the snow hopefullyWhy: I haven't been out since last Monday due to biopsy and wound dressing. It's still on, but much smaller and easier to handle.Last hard: the last 10 days of nothing.Lyrics: Don't think so.
Christmas tree is up, snow is falling, definitely got a Christmassy feeling round here. Best news is, now I'm off antibiotics I can go drink the gluhwein at the Christmas Market
Have a good one all.
AH..tough times, thoughts with you.50 miles on the bike DD, I find that bad enough in a car!!Lyrics: UnsureWhat: Haven't a clue, Why: Waiting for update on Paddington trains from son (Returning to Wales for Christmas)Last rest: YesterdayLast hard: Week past SundayLast day at work today so get some training in from now until 28th then off to Rome
What: 3k walked in 31 minutes, off road, although I was also naughty!Why: included 4 x 60 (metres, not minutes or miles) very slowly run. Not allowed yet so don't tell the phys! The very slowly run bit actually seemed easier than walking very fast, but I won't be overdoing this and will have to judge any reaction to the calf, rather than the Achilles.
That sounds more promising, Emzap.
Lyrics - No
What - 9.25m with a club mateWhy - Off on leave and its glorious out there todayLast hard - Last SatLast Rest - Weds
What: enjoying my daughters' companyWhy: they're only home until 28thLast rest: yesterdayLyrics - kicking myself for not getting yesterday's
lyrics yes and I love the artist's stuff!
well I did not get a vlm club place bit gutted but hey ho!
OH sounds lovely, cant wait to do the same..
emzap enjoy the gluhwein!
lmh enjoy yourself dahn 'ere!
what: some sort of gym
why: be nice I guess
last hard: tuesday, been lazy this week!
last easy: this week
have a good day all
Sorry to hear that Wabo.
Alehouse - don't go undoing all your good work so far
OH - sounds good.
emzap - being able to drink gluhwein is definitely progress.
Dustin - you're right, we had blue skies and even a glimpse of a strange yellow thing on the drive down however heavy rain forecast for all day tomorrow so I may take advantage and nip out for a short run once lunch has settled.
Tom - don't push it if you have a steaming cold!
TC - hope he's soon home safe.
Tom: cold or is it the dreaded man-flu? Tinselcelt: enjoy the trip to RomeI got beaten by the CNBA fairy this morning. Bitterly cold north-easterly winds were rattling at the house and I couldn't face going out there . Tomorrow is another day or maybe I feel brave enough to face the cold when I get home.
LMH: I'll be careful! It was a very gentle experiment and won't be repeated until Christmas day at the latest! Not sure what a blue sky with a strange yellow thing is? Apart from when I walked it has rained all day. I walked part of one of the local parkruns: I say part because the rest of it was flooded too deep to venture into.
Alehouse - the river had been over its banks at home too but it seems somewhat drier here - though it did manage to rain for a little while whilst I was waiting for lunch to settle.
chickadeee - you're allowed the odd day off
Just five miles for me - but more than I was expecting for today. Just hope I can find a window to get out in tomorrow.
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