I'm with SJ - the only debate is which kind of jam. Good news on the interview and the running run.
Glad to hear that Gul is back on the road and raring to go.
Great XC'ing from OO and MsOO. How did she finish 9th with the 4th quickest time? Good luck to her in the National Schools XC (is that the one in Blackburn) - younger Lorenzito missed out on a place in the Surrey team by a couple of positions and about 15s.
9 commuting miles for me today - nothing special to report.
For those of you that are interested, entries for Abingdon (18 Oct) are now open.
MsE - sounds sensible to me if you don't run the HM tomorrow. I suspect you'll do more harm than good. Better to get an easy run in and try and shake it off before the Surrey Half.
On the subject of the Surrey Half, for both MsE and G-Dawg's benefit, elder Lorenzito is playing in one of the brass bands en route and I think that the band is still open to requests for pieces at requested times, so if you fancy running past to the sound of the Rocky theme let me know and I'll put in the request!!
Good parkrunning from PMJ - glad to hear that sensible head cut in!
GE - glad you enjoyed the Battersea Park run. I've done a 10 mile and 10K there on a Saturday morning and while it doesn't score highly for scenery, it's very well organised, a good standard and definitely has PB potential.
Long run all done and dusted this morning - I'd set my Jantastic target at 25 miles, but when I set off just after 6am I had the thought about a marathon plus run and tailored the route accordingly.
With a tough climb up the side of Leith Hill around the half way mark I started to regret the decision but having got back with just over 27 miles on the clock and then refuelled, I'm glad I pushed to get the extra couple of miles in.
Upshot is it's my longest ever training run on the back of my highest ever February mileage (213 miles) and takes me to just over 60 miles for the week so far. What's not to like about that? Suspect tomorrow will be a very gentle recovery run!
Good luck to Jools and anyone else running in Bath tomorrow.