Lyrics: Whoah and I know a man, he came from my home time
Happy Birthday OH - hope you have a great day.
Anyone racing today?
I'm hoping that I shan't do too much of what the title of this song suggests as I attempt my longest run since Abingdon this morning though looking at the weather forecast the wind is more likely to be an issue.
What: LSRWhy: don't want to lose all my enduranceLast hard: 2/12Last rest: 1/12
Morning!Welcome to the new age group OH: have a good day!
What: I may go for a walk later, but I am not going out whilst the rain remains horizontal. Would never stop me running, but its not quite the same when its a slow plod.
Happy Birthday OH Well raced, emzap and Tinselcelt LMH: Germans aren't keen on xmas pudding I think. They are probably too stuffed with goose to face much afterwards. There are sweets for afters but they can be anything from roast apples to ice cream (usually winter flavours like cinnamon or gingerbread) or even cake. My 10k went ahead, but without me. We had lots of fresh snow this morning and couldn't face a drive that would easily take twice as long as normally. None of the roads had been cleared yet. Conditions would have meant a mediocre time anyway and seemed not worth the effort. Enjoy your Sunday
Morning all and happy birthday OHYesterday's lyrics: Alone by HeartToday's lyrics yes if time = town otherwise noWhat: either 6 miles by the Monnow or * by the Wye ecisionsWhy: need to "Run out" yesterday's plodLast Hard: FridayLast Rest: ThursdayDull, dreich day ion Wales brightened by our Christmas Tree. Lights are on, it's watered and fressh, yet to be decorated but looking good.Come on AH...man upHappy running, walking, stretching all
You're spot on SC - sorry - lyrics should read 'my hometown' and I was doing a fair bit of it along the muddy canal path. Still, 17 miles run and I'm happy with that for now.
chickadeee - sounds like a sensible decision with the 10k.
Alehouse - the rain didn't start until I was already out but the wind was the worse part, of course it stopped raining and the wind dropped when I was about a mile from home.
I take it you're no longer in London then Tom?
Hi LMH...ditto, river path v.muddy. Just 8.5 for me. legs tired and heavy today but enjoyed the run back, which despite being downriver is mainly undulating up! Tom, must be an epidemic of fayres. Town gridlocked and market square echoing to brass band playing carols! Was thinking of driving to craft centre in the forest but not sure how long it'd take to get back home through the traffic
What: a hik through the snow Why: there is a lot of snow!
Forest looks like a winter wonderland, it's stunning. Cold but so beautiful.
Chicka good call not going out, the drive would not be nice in this!Tom good luck with the Santa hatOH happy birthday
Have a good one all.
What Santa dash (2 miles)Why official start to ChristmasLyrics no
Happy Birthday OH
Bagged my first ever win marked by a seasonal choclate orange and maybe a photo in the local rag tomorrow. There were a few sporty looking students who went out fast but were burnt out after a mile. Mrs PP was dead chuffed for me.
Well done Postie
39:09 at Andy Reading Memorial 10k, wanted sub 39 but the wind was not good esp at 4k and 8k on the open road and on the Airfield, top 70 finish (69th) Jnr was in 49th with 37:50 and a nice new PB for him. Good to meet up with old friends from Alchester Running Club. Managed a negative split 19:47 / 19:22 so that was a bonus.
Plus some warm up miles
Congratulations postie - enjoy your winnings!
Thanks for birthday wishes.Largely a quiet one at homeWell done to Postie and RFJ
happy Birthday OH (whats left of it!!)well raced Postie, Emzap, TinselC & RFJ. Nice long run LmHlyric - not surewhat - 5m speedy (36.11)why - all i had time for - kids xc this morning, xmas stuff to sort out this afternoonlast rest - fridaylast hard - Thursday?
Oh: Happy Birthday
Rest day today for me.
Busy weekend so need to actch up.
Evening! Well won Postie! Well run, RFJ (and Junior)!
Walk: just over a kilometre only, on hilly ground, deliberately. Coped well with the uphill; downhill was not good though. Too jarring I suspect. Phys tomorrow morning.
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