Lyrics - Winter comes around, And he knows he is homeward bound, His heartbeat is the only sound he's known,
Welcome back emzap - hope the beds aren't too lumpy and the turkey runs out soon!
What: LSR (though not very long)Why: time and opportunity - if I can find a non-flooded routeLast hard: realising how quickly my holiday is disappearingLast rest: 22/12
Morning! Was just about to submit my thread, LMH, when I thought I'd double check to see if it had been started...and whilst it has, I don't know the lyrics.
Yesterday's lyrics were: Another Day, Paul McCartney, 1970. His first single as a non-Beatle, I believe.
What: a walk
Not aware of any reaction to yesterday's "run".
Well done on the parkrun Emzap.
Lyrics - well got to be from one of my favourite singers, Kate Rusby with Wandering Soul!
What: nothing - having to go into work so the LSR postponed until tomorrow morning.
Instead - 10 minute walk to work
Last run - yesterday 4miles
Hope everyone has a good day
Hi M! Long time no see! Hope all is well (and looking at the length of your run the running side of things is going well!)
Davey: you are not the first one to make a mistake with the lyrics!! The idea is that someone posts them and then everyone says whether they know them or not. They are then revealed the next day! You'll get the hang of it! (What do you mean, Oh no he won't!)
Sun is out! That means it will rain shortly!
Welcome back M
What: just under 5 kmWhy: it's a beautiful sunny dayLyrics: no
Run was a bit on road, then did the rest off road on trails. Incredibly muddy (I nearly lost my shoe at one point) but also fun. For a 5km, it was a killer though. No doubt I'll feel it tomorrow.
LMH bed still lumpy, turkey seems to have stopped for the moment though!Ale glad you didn't have a reaction to yesterday's run
Have a good one all
Oh god, so sorry Little M.iss happy. Thanks for putting me right Alehouse
I'll get it right eventually - must be too much panto addling my brain!
Have a good day
Welcome Davey P and Hello M
Been away up in Yorkshire tha last few days, now home, but did have a great York Parkrun yesterday, coming home in 8th 1 place and only 10 secs behind Jnr, with a nice 18:57.
A far cry from my aborted run on the friday when I just felt awful... amazing how 24 hours can make all the difference.
Mara Training starts tomorrow again....
No idea with the lyrics
Welcome back M.
God news there was no adverse reaction Alehouse. When are you back at the physio?
No worries Davey - it's not a big deal - and it's nice that someone else likes Kate, I hadn't heard this one until I saw her in November and she played it which led to me buying '20'. Love it, though it's also a little sad.
14 miles run. A little blustery in places - and the background wind isn't great, lost 20 secs/mile running in to the wind - but apart from some strange navigation when faced with flooded roads an enjoyable run.
hiya everyone, lyric - well I do now, but still none the wiser...Good stuff RFJ with the park run, and another decent mileage run LmHand welcome back M, its been a very long time!!!what - Cross Country race. Muddy and wet is a gross understatement. Had a pretty decent run, not enough to be a club scorer but was just behind a group of guys who normally leave me trailing. Club 1st overall, so all in all a good day.Legs mashed now.why - what else is ther to do on a Sunday morning?last rest - 16 dayslast hard - getting the mud off today
I had a rest day today, although having raced twice this week, it's probably for the best.
Doubt I'll do anything tomorrow, it's my 32nd birthday, so the aim will be to not earn too much of a hangover so I'm good for a planned trail race (fittingly named the hangover hobble) on Tuesday.
Hope everyone has had a good weekend.
What 17.65Why long soggy runLyrics I'm with Dustin
The weather looked quite promising when i started out but after 1/2 a mile the rain started quickly followed by intense hail for the next 3 to 4 miles. This then turned to rain again and then gradualy dried up.
Hope for a drier run tomorrow.
Lyrics, no idea, despite the strong clue. Never heard of it.
LMH, nice MEDIUM runPostie almost into the long category, just needed 0.35 miles.M is posting 2:15, I suppose that counts as the long run, being more than 2 hours.( I think that Scrouge has re-appeared)Alehouse, a steady progress.Emz, Dustin, the muddy XC is a killer session. Sweep, happy birthday, youth. My car was 8 years old when you were born.
Anyway. 8+ miles on the rolling course, knocked out at a very pleasing 7:40m/m. The legs knew about that one. I think that we'll call it a lactate threshold session. I had to be home for lunch.
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