Thanks Tom - they only seem to do the red for the men though, it's not fair!! Women get a pale pink or bright blue. The blue is OK, but not as fast as the red. Wondering how the men's size 6 is different to the women's size 6...
They sound good, very tempted. The upper sounds similar to the Ultra Boosts which I also have, which also feel very slipper like, but I don't think they are as light as the Bostons.Feeling comfortable is a always good sign and red is definitely a fast colour!
Big G - I hope you are feeling a bit better today. My OH had a similar thing, where he picked up another cold, just when he was recovering from a first one. Must be very annoying.
Ian - that's a great HM time for a hilly course. Must give you lots of confidence in your training.
Shades - how did the run go today? Are you able to follow the route on your Garmin after you've mapped it out or do you memorise it?
Cal - that's sounds a bit frustrating but well done for sticking to your pace. Richmond Park must be lovely to run around.
Parkrun yesterday - 20:17 - not run sub 20 since November, but pleased to be First Lady and got a similar time to last week and this week's course was trail. Set off to do 18 miles today. Got soaked to the skin so figured I may as well do 2 more miles to do my first 20 mile run of the year (as didn't have to rush back for football duties). Have been spending most of the afternoon eating