Yesterday's lyrics were Slip Sliding Away by Simon and Garfunkel.
Hope it continues to be good news Alehouse.
That doesn't sound like Radio 2 Tom!
I expect my what will depend on my day at work, it looks as though it could be a busy one so I'll either be more tired or want to destress.
What: either a swim or a restWhy: tired but like a swim to ease everything outLast hard: 2/12Last rest: 1/12
Lyrics - no.
What: not sure yet, depends what the doctor does...Why: going to see the specialist todayLyrics: nope
Ale sounds like the achillies is improving. How is it feeling today?
Have a good day all.
morning all, Great lyric Tom, I'll be singing this to myself for a while today. Yesterday for some strange reason I had the Beat's "Mirror in the Bathroom" going round my head. I had to you tube it, to see it done properly...What - hopefully a run at lunchtimeWhy - feel rubbish, sore throat, blocked nose etc etc. However a run in the cold usually helps clear the passages. We shall see.last rest - fridaylast hard - last week sometimehave a good day everyone
Should have got yesterday's lyrics....and probably should have got today's.
Emzap: hope you get some good adviceBlisters: hope the molar is sorted...and I don't know your lyrics either.
Nice speedy running RFJ (and junior) as well as postie LMH: good long running! I need to start that again. My longest runs at the mo are 11-12 miles. Not enough. On the other hand it's nice to be lazy from time to time ...Good luck at the doctors, emzap.what: nowtwhy: Monday is usually my rest daylast hard: too long agolyrics: no
Lyrics: Tom no, Blisters yes,What: Early morning core sesh in the gym possible mini plod later Why: It's Monday Last Hard: Yesterday's 8 Last rest: Thursday Lots of frost and ice today but beautiful clear sky. Great to be alive. Beginning to feel like Christmas AH hope all goes well at Physio today
Didn't see this thread, although I promise that I did look for it, and wondered why nobody was up before 8. With 4 posts it should have been visible.
Lyrics on mine were The tale of the Irish Rover, (what link say you?) by The Pogues (all say ahhhh).
Just overcast and damp
What: probably nothingWhy:Last Hard: SaturdayLast Rest: yesterdayLyrics: no
Maybe run tomorrow
I preferred your thread Blisters. I don't know the lyrics on this one!
Nice weekend run.
What - hope to do a slow 4 miler this evening.
Why - getting keen again.
Have a good week everyone.
Well back from doctors. She took a biospy (I am incredibly needle phobic and so embarrassed myself rather with the state I got into). I am now unable to walk properly and definitely unable to sit properly! I have to go back tomorrow to get the wound redressed and checked (no needles this time!). Feeling rather sick and dizzy now, so going to go and lie down and feel sorry for myself infront of the tv!
Sounds like fun, Emzap.
Physio was pleased, but everything must still proceed with caution: she did say I "could" run a little, but this would be very unwise as my calf is so weak. So I'm being a good boy and listening to her! Lots more exercises to do (and Tom, have been walking backwards with a slightly exagerated stretch. Not sure it counts as a lunge, but close!)
Had a long walk...well it seemed it as I went from shop to shop, and, indeed, around a number of them, pausing only to dish out great ollops of cash (well, credit card actually).
What 8 commuteWhy Fitting runs in when I canLyrics yes to both
Off on the school now so may be back later.
*delurk* Corr, I'm a student again! Lyrics: yes, but not till I got to the plastic chair bit.
Blisters Thought the link would be the lead singeers teeth!
Spent the day basking in glory at work after yesterday
Doesn't sound like fun emzap.
Nice progress Alehouse and good restraint being shown.
chickadeee - I know that I benefit from more longer runs before a marathon and am aware that I may lose a few planned ones if we end up with a couple of weeks of compacted snow and ice again, am also lazy as find it easier to keep what I have then to take a break and rebuild!
I just did a mile in the pool in the end, enough to ease out some kinks.
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