Todays lyrics: 'Born into a war and peace.'
The song appropriate for todays weather forecast !
Just finished watching Match of the Day
Saves LMH having to think up some more lyrics.
Morning. Less Just.
Just thought I'd dip in. Not been on the daily thread for a while, but just started an 18wk schedule, so a bit of renewed enthusiasm.
what: 9 mile, if I'm lucky enough to find time after work.why: General AerobicLast hard: LT run on Tuesday.Last Rest: yesterday. Needed it.lyrics: no
Yesterday's lyrics were From Here On Out by The Killers.
Thanks birks - was watching Match of the Day with you Mrs B's birthday treat
Stick around NN - may help with motivation.
Hope your ankles feel better today Alehouse and you can get out for your run.
If your forecast is anything like ours you'd have needed the early start chickadee. Forecast to be gusting above 40mph by the time I could get out - rising to 54mph. I shall be wussing out and running on the treadie.
What: short run with some effortsWhy: weather/taperLast hard: 13/10Last rest: 27/11
Lyrics - not sure.
Chick hope you survived the run. Weather forcast here is funny, they seem very concerned that schools, and more importantly the Christmas markets, are shut in some areas! Very calm here at the moment, but you know what they say, calm before the storm...
Hello Nose Nowt
What: nothingWhy: no time and leg feeling yesterday's excursionsLast hard: the cold yesterdayLast rest: will be todayLyrics: nope
Off to read back over the cricket.
Watching Match of the Day after Mrs B had watched her 6 recorded episodes of Judge Judy certainly was a treat !
Blowing a gale up her at the moment. Wind howling.
Tad windy here but nothing exceptional. No snow (but is forecast to come)
What: JS Group run followed by meal out with the group (10 miles drive out in country so we'll see how that goes ...)Why: ... tra la lal la lah
Lots of folk up through the nightLights going off and on here
Crossed the border yet Blisters
Burst pipe due to storm so no water here since about 7.45am.
hello all, belated birthday wishes to Mrs BLmH - physio first told me it was likely to be a strained ligament a few weeks back, not convinced my GP would do anything. I'll see how it is in a fortnight then take it from there.I did enter County XC champs on 4th Jan though so I have a target....what - U11 coachingWhy - keep me fitlast rest - yes oklast hard - hmmmlyric - nope
I'd hope the GP would refer you for physio Dustin.
Hope it doesn't take too long to get mended birks.
Blowing a hooley here now and raining. There are assorted bits of roofing felt blowing around the back garden but I have no idea where they've come from - and I'm not going out to look at the moment!
It's now snowing here !
LMH Thankfully the water was back on about 90mins ago.
lyrics familiar I think..
Back feeling a little easier just now, just back from a walk, don't want to speak to soon. Chick it was lower and according to massage mate either side of spine felt sore, for me it was mainly the right side though
yep some kind of storm is coming..
I also watched motd, and very happy I was..
what: track session later
why: fancy a change
last hard: Tuesday
last easy: yesterday
have a good day all
What: 10. Of the minutes variety! Why: just trying to loosen ankles so short (wet/windy/cold) run before stretches. Was going to run off road: started but the light was fading and I was struggling to see all the twigs, branches etc strewn across the route so quickly opted for the road.
Hope all are safe!
JS Christmas Nite Oot cancelled but undoubtably a sensible move!
Snow lying too ..and 0°C
Sounds like conditions over there are awful. It has been raining here but not cold.
What: 5km easy
Why: All I felt like
Mae doesn't like to go out when it rains. Daughter was out for 2 and a half hours walk/running but got badly chaffed because of the rain and heat, and had too much gear on. I'm very proud of her, she is really working hard on her fitness.
Lost power for a few hours this morning. Trees down in the grounds of the school.
Much calmer by the time I ran. Frozen pavements so had to run on roads. 4.24 miles, 32 minutes. Looking forward to more XC at the weekend.
Shame about your night out OH. Hope the snow doesn't come to anything.
Trees down here too - and slates off, fortunately not ours as far as I can tell. Think the worst has passed now though fortunately. Forecast to be cold tomorrow.
The snow has stayed on the ground here
donaldo: Were the kids sent home from your school today ? Miss B ' was not chuffed' that she wasn't sent home
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