Would have enjoyed a run this morning - lovely crisp winters morning in Sussex. But no running today as took daughtrers to school and then straight to work.
byeck-Hope Moo gets sorted and you get out for a run this evening.
Chilli-Well done on your family swim yesterday.
Loula- I hope your house situation gets sorted- must be a tad worrying.You don't deserve what you have been through recently.
Take care everyone.
Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr very icy and crisp this morning.
Gym morning for me...no running...just crosstraining,core and weights.And Chico walking...he was funny bounding about on the snow up in the hills...lol
Loula....Sorry about the pole sis.... really thought I had it....Hope you find somewhere soon...and em whats wrong wiv a flat my sis.....?????? The Chemist up the road is looking for a pharmacist part time...i reckon you should up sticks and come and live up in chilleeeeeeeeeeeeeee Scotland then you can run with all the ultra nutters in my running club....
AF..aw shame you never had time for a run....work should be banned...lol How is your ankle...all better now ???
Chili..hope yopu get out your bike ride.
MC...wise choice to do turbo if its icy...don't want you getting anymore injuries.
By'eck...hope little Miss does not get anymore nosebleeds..she is having a bad time of it as is Moo and you coz you can't get out your running...Sending you ((((((HUGS))))))))
Ecky...Have you been out training with trevor yet????
Hope everone else is having good day.Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Very cold here but no ice on the ground so went out for my bike ride. Did 16 miles. It was so cold the water in my drinks bottle froze!
Byeck - so sorry about you missy. Hugs to you.
Sounds good training Franny
I'm reading 0 degrees right now - so today's gonna be my first ever officially 'freezing' run.
enjoy it RR a good baselayer and a hat are the essentials for running in the cold. Well I don't have a hat, I wear a fleecey headband thing to cover my ears (northface ear gear I think it is called) as it is only my ears that get cold.
can't run on all the ice that is around though, still have compacted snow on the ground here that is just really icy
Yuck! I feel like a wimp cos I stayed home instead of going outside for circuits in the wind, and it's about 18 degrees here
I promise I'll do some weights and stuff here in the warmth at home
Franny-My injury appears to have recovered- fingers crossed. Going to keep it starpped up when I run over the next few days (as per physios instructions).
Chilli-Well done on your bike ride.
5.9k at a bit over 6mph average - and completely ache-free as well. I'm not going to do any hills at all for a while, and when I do I'll be doing them at a steady pace - not chugging up them, but not racing up them either because my knee doesn't seem to want to go there. I guess your legs still get a decent workout even if you don't dash up them.
It's odd isn't it - once you get going, you don't feel cold even when it's reading 0 degrees.
Good news about the injury, AF.
glad your injury staying away boss thats good news
franny sis- i dont thnk id survive in edinburgh cold climate !! - my nip tassles would be sticking out waaaaayyyy too far in fact- theyd drop off!!
RR yes it really isnt that bad once you get going in the cold-just dont stop!!!!!
I would rather run in the cold than the wet or wind.
yeah, the cold isn't too bad
it is the ice that is stopping me at the moment though
anyway, swimming tonight
boss/RR good to hear that injury is at bay. My knee has been improving, thank goodness!
Edinburgh is lovely, although OH has proposed holidaying in the highlands in 2014 instead of abroad, and my heart did fall a bit - it is just the unpredictable weather, and right up in the highlands (he is talking about Ullapool) summer temp is about 12 degrees. It is lovely, and walking/running etc is good, but not the same as going abroad
loulabell wrote (see)
glad your injury staying away boss thats good news franny sis- i dont thnk id survive in edinburgh cold climate !! - my nip tassles would be sticking out waaaaayyyy too far in fact- theyd drop off!! RR yes it really isnt that bad once you get going in the cold-just dont stop!!!!!
Loula... ooo errr missus...
And yeah, it's fine when you're running along but when you stop... aiiiyeeee, it's cold!
Alistair Fitzgerald wrote (see)
I would rather run in the cold than the wet or wind. LLB-Naughty talk!
Damn straight, AF!
of course its norteeee talk- what else do i do?
by eck - how are you and the kids today?
The lovely norteeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Loula is back...that made me smile bout the tassles.... you had better bring about 3 layers up in May sis...lol although we had our hottest day on Mara day last year...am hoping its not going to be again this year so bring your fleecy
MC...Oooooooooooo don't think i would be brave enough to holiday in the scottish highlands although it is stunning scenery...erm Ullapool gets a bad reputation for rainfall I like my heat for my hols and the sunshine...it keeps me going all year. In fact we have our hols booked again for this year just got to save the money up now.
8.83 miles for me today Going to visit Mum in Dunbar before the snow arrives in style.
Have a good day everyone
Well done on your run Franny
It's very, very cold this morning. Think I might just be content with my pilates class.
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