Swittle, same for my sister who works in FE. I have her daughter for her this half term. I am in sixth form- nicer contracts..
Me- club league run tonight, 6 miles on road and trails. Pretty hilly course and i think my time was just under 52 minutes, which was OK, but could be better, and last year's was nearly a minute faster
After my half in a week and a half, I'm getting back to some speed training and focussing on shorter distances- 5 and 10k
Congratulations Cal! Sounds like a cracking run! I would have signed up to this one if I'd have spotted it... I've done a few races in that part of the world (Fuller's towpath 10 mile, Kingston HM, Kingston 16 mile) and it's so pretty. A huge medal always makes it worthwhile too
Strangely- sounds grim mate. I hope your knee feels better soon
Me- I'm on my own with the kids this weekend but mum took the small one to church with her this morning, so I found a short window whilst the large one was slobbing in front of the TV and did a lovely 6-7 miles mainly in the forest. Set me up for the day. In other news, the small one has *finally* learned how to ride her bike properly ( she is 7 and has been travelling on the back of the old man's bike since she was c. 7 months, so it is *very* long overdue). We spent two hours out cycling yesterday, and another hour this afternoon in the drizzle ("we cyclists don't mind a bit of rain mum"). She wants to go down to Walthamstow Marshes for a proper ride tomorrow, weather permitting. I see a summer ahead of much cycling
Me- did about 12.5 miles this morning on the road but fairly picturesque terrain in parts near the edges of the forest and hilly. Enjoyed it. I signed up for a HM. Two days after I'd done London Marathon. It is in two weeks. Kind of regret it cos i don't feel at all in a racing frame of mind ATM but it looks like a really pretty trail route, so I think I'll do it and just enjoy it, rather than thinking about times.