Redhead - you are truly amazing! I'm not surprised you're still on a high!
And well done TE, - 18th out of 70 in your age category, with you right at the "old" end of the category, is brilliant, - maybe you'll come first in category next year!
Off to Londinium tomorrow, to hold the fort at Elder Daughter's house while she has and recovers from a foot op. She's not supposed to walk on it for 5 days. And yes, she is the mother of my two little grand-daughters. Will be busy. Probably won't attempt to keep up with the RW threads. Back home in time for the election, though.
Some wonderful running going on, from all parts of the country, not to say world. TS, enjoy Crete, - I dare say you don't want it too hot, and it doesn't sound as though it will be.
Ceal - reading the bedtime story is one job I probably shall be doing; last week when I was there, Alice opted to have grandma read her bedtime story every night. I love reading children's stories, so happy to do that.
Red - that is brilliant, how do you do it! You must have your metabolism totally under control. I won't attempt more than a short run before breakfast - once did a rather demanding hill rep session, and came over very dizzy on the way home. Good luck with tomorrow's.
TE - happy tapering. I hadn't realised sheep ticks could carry such alarming infections.
Didn't run along the sea front at Aber, but did rather better, - asked permission to use the Uni's running track (permission was granted) and did my speed session on it, which meant that all distances were exactly measured. 8 x (200m fastish, 200m jog recovery). Plus warm-up and cool-down.