I had a long run in mind for today, but the weather was so awful (very windy, heavy rain) that I just did my usual to-the-lake-once-round-and-home 4 and a bit miles.
That's really good news, Mick. And high time too that your heels started behaving themselves. I haven't got an android or a kindle; I got the Bernard Cornwell from the local library, and I am sure they will have others. He seems to have written a lot.
My "Member of the month" award on Fetch has "earned" me £60 to be spent on a specific website, which does compression gear and only compression gear. Never used it before, and don't know what to choose and why. Anyone got any good advice?
Glad you're still here, Aws. - Looking forward to the TOTNP.
TS - GKC didn't only write poems; there are the Father Brown stories, and The Man Who Was Thursday, and I think he wrote essays as well. Funny you should mention Bernard Cornwell, as I've just finished reading a book of his, - the only one I've read, indeed I hadn't even heard of him before someone recommended this particular book, "Gallows Thief". A good yarn, and indeed the historical detail was very convincing.
NZC, have you had a physio's opinion on your leg problem?
Didn't run today, didn't intend to, and thank goodness because the weather has been Most Unattractive.