It seems that there has been a weekend of struggle, overcoming adversity (or a few hills and grumpiness) toward eventual success. Well, round your way - not mine! Hoorah, well done and faldereee all you runners and racers.
(((((Snaily))))) - You're another week closer to feeling free
I did read back, honest. It's the detail that escapes me.
FC3 leaves today and I'm off to Londinium town. Up and at 'em everyone. Sparkly new week out there waiting for you - have a good one
Sorry I didn't meet you for lunch Daffy. Due to weakness, obviously brought about by low blood sugar levels, I dropped my work phone on the kitchen floor. The screen shattered and even when covered in cling film it was in danger of rendering me a bit Van Gogh if I tried to make a call. When I contacted central services they said it would take a couple of hundred quid and about a week to get me a new handset. I took it to a local shop and for £40 and an hour later I had a lovely new screen. Job done.
I had a tuna sandwich for lunch - a nice fresh one. Sadly it's effects have now worn off
Welcome NR - however far you're running and however fast you're going you are running further and faster than some of us here.
M..eldy - if you're the definition of sane the rest of us need to be very worried.
Are you looking at the work through rose tinted glasses this morning Podds?
Working from home today as the social worker was supposed to be visiting - she's just cancelled.
However today is a new day, it is in fact green bin day, so I start with a feeling that I'm doing my bit to save the planet - just world peace to tackle now - onwards and upwards people. Or if that's too much for you how about a little side step and a shuffle to get us going?