lyrics for today: can you hear me? is this thing on?
Todays lyrics: Yes
Yesterdays lyrics: 'A good heart is hard to find' by Fergal Sharkey
What:45mins off road this morning. Warm, dullish, no wind
Why: Enjoying my new found off road routes.
Catch up time soon.
donaldo: Tut, Tut re 4x 100m relay. Typical Scottish athlete's 'refuelling' though
Is there just the one song that starts as above then?
birks - do you run with Geordie?
What: an hours easy runWhy: scheduleLast hard: 16/6Last rest: 27/4
Lyrics - unsure.
Another scorcher here. 25C at 6:30 this morning. Chick is it as hot where you are?
What: club run, 9 very slow km this eveningWhy: I found a friendly club and it's too hot for anything but slow...Last hard: sitting in a non airconditioned room with the windows shut as my colleagues think it's too noisy...
LMH I am trying to send weather your way, but it looks like rain!
Morning LMH: Yeah a fair bit now .I have done more running with him since started doing alot of off road running over last 3 months.
Warm and sunny here now.
LMH: No there's a few that start with todays lyrics.
tee hee but there's only one that I have in mind... all will be revealed tomorrow. Until then: 'emzap: yep, it is very hot. Not as bad as further South but forecast is for 32 degrees today and when I ran this morning it was 20 already. Very muggy too. Luckily I work in an airconditioned office.what: 6 mileswhy: every little helpslast hard: keeping my HR in check todaylast rest: Sunday
I was about to go for a run yesterday, when I discovered about (another) club mate who had an accident on her bike, on a club run. It was pretty bad to be honest, and she was barely alive. Wobbled, kerbed it, flipped, head butted the sign on the entry to a town and crashed flat on her back, on the kerb edge. -6 broken ribs at the back, shoulder blade, punctured lung, kidney, cardiac arrest, brain damage, internal bleeding. It's been two weeks now and she's been transferred back from specialist intensive care to our nearby major hospital intensive care.
This cycling stuff is a bit risky. After a lengthy phone call, I never went out. Sorry. However, here's wishing Shelly a complete recovery. Take your time luv.
(I've got my gear in the car today, I may need to clear my head).
Blisters oh bloody hell scuse my language Wishing Shelly all the best hope she'll be alright
What: 2.54 miles Why: Birthday run - do I need a reason Last Hard: yesterday
Meant to do 20 minutes had a route mapped out thought it might take a little over 20 minutes didn't know the exact distance but 27:46 nearly 30 minutes Hopefully keep it to 20 minutes next 2 days before my parkrun
Next week may alternate 20/30 minute runs see how it goes Do have weight to shift but that can weight till tomorrow
yes a spelling error but its apt
Happy Birthday Pammie.
Thanks birks - I wasn't sure if I was making things up but thought that I could think of a couple of likely tunes.
Sorry to hear about Shelley Blisters. Hope you get your run today.
Warm here at the moment - was 20+ when I went out for my run (only time available due to rearranged work and smt this afternoon). Unlike chickadee I found it difficult to raise my HR - residual tiredness from Sunday I imagine.
lyrics today no
pammie, lol I love your typo that's not a typo!
blisters, oh poor shelly, that sounds awful, it does worry you sometimes the with cycling
emzap glad you found a friendly club
cycled home last night, just under 23 miles, went indoors changed into running gear to go running club - Cleo and Jodie both looked at me as if I was mad, Cleo said nanna out no nanna in, no run!!! But I did, 4.25 miles and it was lovely although heavy legged at the start!
what: well nothing after all that
why: north downs 30k sunday, don't want to go too mad!
last hard: last night
last easy: sunday
have a good day all
Happy birthday Pammie,
Blisters sorry to hear about your club mate.
Happy birthday, Pammie Shocking news, Blisters . I hope your friend makes a full recovery. The internal bleeding and cardiac stuff sounds really scary ...
What 10ish low HRWhy engine buildingLyrics If it's about my (real) namesake then yes
Sorry to hear about your clubmate Blisters
Been rather warm and humid all day here to.
hiya, Blisters - sorry about yout clubmate. Even more reason for me not to ride a bike more than necessaryPammie - many happy returns, but sorry to hear about your ex colleagueDon - typival GB team baton changing then, you've been watching the pros...Wabo - well done, but you should be easing back nowwhat - 5 easy laterwhy - been at sports day for the girls - eldest seemed to enjoy being games captain (she's year 10) and her house just pipped into 2nd. She won her events though (LJ, TJ, hurdles, 300m & relay) and broke the school TJ record with 10.13. Youngest won her events too (800, HJ, 4x1 & 4x2 relays) and to keep up with her sister she set a new (school) record in the 800.lyric - possibly
That's an impressive triple jump for a young lass! School records for both - you must be a proud Dad!
My 100m yesterday has left my legs feeling jaded so just an easy 4 miler tonight, no time.
Talented children Dustin - well done to them both.
Well done little Dustins
Well hit 37C here today with 28C recorded in my office. Club run was, as predicted, slow, but 5.5 miles done and found some more friendly runners
Now desperately trying to keep cool. Thunderstorms predicted for tomorrow.
What: 15 mins easyWhy: should have been longer but legs didn't want to play. May have run too hard on Monday.
Sports day sounds good, Dustin!
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