RFJ: I always sleep with 2 pillows under my bottom sheet on bed sorry to hear about your foot hope you are back on the road soon.
OH: those shortbread sounds lovely as does Chick's cookies
LMH: Hope you manage to stay dryish
What: Looks like a windy run
Why: Summer Smiles
Last hard: getting out of bed
Lyrics yesterday were House of the rising sun by the Animals it was no 1 in the charts the day I was born
Blisters:Great news on staying dry and for baring your soul to the choir.
LMH: I hope run has gone well
Oliver: Enjoy your parkrun
OH: That sound like improvement with your back but leaves you with limited choices you either have to move around or lie down
No run for me even though I got out there......I was sick so came back I had felt out of sorts lots of gurgling noises can be heard in my tum!!
More of this O word and Mince pies will not be leaving this great land
Runners usually have poor Bottom muscles 1 of my exercises from my physio is to get my LHS glute firing which is my Achilles side.
we still have a cupboard full of CD's along with Singles and LP's
We have had heavy rain since 6am and will have the same tomorrow for long run
Chocolate cake in oven
I may join in next year OH
I am glad to see so many record players in action
Oliver: Enjoy your rest day you sure earned it and glad to see you are not so young in your music taste .
6 miles done and dusted but the road was busier than normal then I twigged Black Friday there was a huge tailback..........it is madness
I am doing things gradually I am a Consistent consistency,gradual progression is my middle name
That hill session sounds tough!
I don't like streaks ..........
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