Todays lyrics: You'll remember me when the west wind moves. Upon the fields of barley.
What: easy 35mins off road.
Why: Just got out after dropping sis in law and niece off at airport.
Catch up time
Thanks birks - couldn't come up with any lyrics.
What: OW swim/LSRWhy: it's not in my headLast hard: decision makingLast rest: 4/8
Lyrics - yes.
No probs you've been starting this thread a lot recently.
Yesterday's lyrics were: "Have a Nice Day", Stereophonics.
What: something laterWhy: see how I feel when I get my aching body moving!
Today's lyrics: no
Have a nice day!
Today there will be rest
As tomorrow I race the best
I'll swim the Liffey
Get out in a Jiffey
Then spin and run in me vest
morning all, Lyric - nope, RFJ - ahh that makes sense re jnr, a great set of results then after those problems. No wonder you're so proud! Good luck at the football.what - something easywhy - legs a little tired still, and hope to get a lsr done tomorrowlast rest - 2 weekslast hard - Thursdayhave a great day
What: play in the breakers, wedding dance tonight otherwise rest day Why: Planned no run today after yesterday's long runLast hard: yesterdayLast rest ThursdayLyrics: no
Good night last night and rib no worse today
What: Wroclaw parkrunWhy: I'm here and it would be rude not to go along!Last hard: the last km of thatLast rest: FridayLyrics: yes
Glad rib is ok OH.LMH decision made yet?
parkrun was on for a pb at 3 km, then my legs stopped working. Finished in about 25 mins, so not too bad
Have a good one all.
Good news OH - don't go too mad tonight
birks - what is 'havering' as in the Proclaimers song?
emzap - I'm waiting for a response to an email that I sent to the organisers to see if they're happy to have me participating in the circumstances. Today if they say yes I shall start but that may change tomorrow..............
Have a good one Paddy - looking forward to reading all about it.
3.8k (possibly a little more) swam and two hours ran - all in the dry contrary to the forecast. Just hope it holds for the next couple of days.
OH, Nice edit!
Paddy, that's definitely tapir madness, don't give up the day job.
LMH, Not a bad little session, considering that you're benched IIRC.
For me, 52 miles biked with group 2. Heck of a work out though. On one of the little hills I stood up for, my bike went clunk. I had to stop and realised that my left crank had rotated through 90 degrees. That took a good 10 miunutes to fix (it had come loose since the bike shop had worked on it). Later in the ride someone else had a puncture. Overall, not a far distance ride, but the in between bits certainly had me working out.
Garden camping tonight.
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