Mick - lol - all you have to do now is survive the party! Interesting account of how to reduce leg stiffness in the elderly. I shall take due note, - I imagine it applies just as much to women as to men.
NZC - well done your daughter! What distance did she do in her 2 and a half hours run/walk?
Tracey - surely you wouldn't be the "slow bird at the back"?
TS - was all that 4.5 miles (with all the instructions to remember) more-or-less pain-free?
Did another of those gruelling hill rep session today. Don't seem to be getting any faster, but maybe that's not the point.
Mick - hope that man cold clears up quickly, though as you say the enforced rest is leaving your legs feeling good. If you and Mrs. Mick6 decide on a cottage in Wales, give me a wave and a shout.
Tracey - if it's parkruns maybe you could do them frequently and take pleasure in seeing your speed increasing gradually towards 9mm?
Swimming this morning. Was very windy here (though BBC's forecast concentrated on Scotland and the eastern side of the country, didn't mention Wales at all); bits of twig and small branch all over the roads, so thick in places one had to slow right down to negotiate them. Calmed down a bit as the day went on.
Wondering whether JJ and TS are now going to get competitive about losing that extra 14 lbs they both claim to be carrying.