SC - I know it's easy to do, have you knocked the spin pause button by accident? I'm very good at taking washing machines apart (ask Solb). I'm very good at finding broken bits. It's the bit where you need to put it all back together, I knid of lose interest.
I have runned, got all hot and sweaty, can't believe how warm it was out, shorts and vest weather.
Need a bath and to decide what I'm going to wear this eve.
I wanted to take a photo of my bed this morn with all the cats asleep on it, a bit like hunt the thimble, try and find the spot where I slept.
To date, I have not had much problem with public transport. As a kid I remember standing at the bus stop with all the regulars and watching the bus sail past, taking the wrong route. It was the last bus, for me that meant a 5 mile walk home.
I need to get dressed, lift in an hr. xc race that I really don't want to do. I'm sure I'll enjoy it. (someone convince me of this please).
I love Cyberdog (club wear) I go out looking like a Disney character on acid. Still been hit by blind motorists. I've said it before, it doesn't matter what you wear, if people don't look, they won't see you.
Agree though, wearing all black with no reflective / hi viz is not clever. It's not difficult to add something reflective to your attire as you step out the door.
If they were old, just remember, you can probably run further and faster than they can. I think you did the best thing though.
I don't think all men realise how unpleasant it is to be ogled by them, or chatted up (badly). There are some stupid idiots out there who think it's harmless fun and don't appreciate how intimidating it is.
I've never worried too much about my safety, my biggest fear is falling and hurting myself such that I need help.