I got none either Caro but out of sheer determination I got the badminton on the third wave then we've had loads of folk from down South at work emailing trying to sell their extras so I picked up Sunday afternoon athletics that way.
Didn't know about Rosie and peanuts either- that's a mare. Hope it's just mild if at all.
Oh and Sonya I know a c section sounds inconvenient but remember (a) you'll know a precise day (b) you can go to the dr earlier than 6 weeks and get the OK to drive again and (c) I still say that having done both I'd take a section any day. Not that I am, ever again, comments above notwithstanding.
Am feeling a bit blobby at the mo - not been eating well - just the whole hospital, death, funeral, now house sorting and executry dealing combined with holiday and general lethargy. Need to sort myself out as did so well but can feel the slippery slope. Got the Glasgow half in October theoretically so need to start training for that anyway.
Was thinking about Brookie the other day? ARe you there Brookie? Are you OK?
My mum is doing almost all my childcare for Louise these holidays and she's gone and got cited for jury duty. FFS! She'd better not get picked.
Commonwealth Games starts tomorrow. I'm already totally over the travel - though tonight's mare was caused by Celtic playing Champions League and this morning's chaos was due to a body on the line- never good - but it's going to go a bit mental and my commute is 2h each way as it is. But I'm seriously excited about seeing Mo on Sunday and looking forward to the badminton too. The opening ceremony I'm not sure I am going to like. Apparently there's Subo and Scottie Dogs. Jeez that's just the image we like to project of Scotland. Tho goodness knows that's better than the ruddy irn bru gaudiness of the athlete's parade uniform!