It was a bit windy and snowy and icy and some trees came down, but it wasn't as bad as it was forecast in NE Scotland. It did wake us a 3am just from the sound of the wind, but I waited until day light to drive in to work and by then all of the trees had been cut up and moved from the roads.
blinkin' heckers, it's cold up here. The paths were really icy and where they weren't it was wet, slimey leaves. So I cut short my run. Which was a good thing as my ankles hurt, I think it was the odd way I was running, I was expecting the slip with each step.
ooohh... the met office has given out a weather warning for snow and strong winds on thursday and friday for my part of the world...so I'd better run tomorrow lunch time...and collect some hay for the ponies in the evening...I don't like running in a blizzard...and the ponies don't like to run out of food in a blizzard. I'll treat the hay bales as weight training...
As an aging hippy, I know that karma doesn't work by expecting a good thing to come from doing a good thing. I do a good thing because it is a good thing to do. It's nice to be nice and Marc Riley says.