Dr Daffs

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Posted: Yesterday at 07:42

you sweeping with an ordinary yard brush noggs?? might be there a while!


happy anniversary to all the gorgeous waister couples, what is it with this time of year?? everyone getting all spring like and frisky??


i'm at the station, keeping an eye out for DL



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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 10:40

Brill Jenni, sounds like you had an ace day  

I did enjoy Chester Nicky (perhaps more *afterwards* than during...) Did it with my sister - took us just under 7 hours (!) and we were dead last...  Aiming for under 5 hours this year!!

3 mile run and a sploosh in the swimming pool before starting work this morning 

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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 08:02

Excellent work Paul, and 11 minutes is *pretty* near a sub 5, especially with all those crowds and dressed as an apple! Is there a photo??

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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 08:01

Morning pals, and I meant to say welcome back to NickyNoo yesterday! I did indeed do the Chester marathon (full, not half!) in October 2012 - is it really 18 months since you've been here?? Crikey! Signed up for this year's too if you're around

Back on the eating properly and exercise wagon today after, er, 3 weeks worth of eating pretty much nothing but cakes Run and swim this morning, best get me arse into gear as I'll also have to start work at some point!

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 22:45

crikey, well done the pair of you, excellent work!

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 22:41

ha podds! yes, stopping fpr a pint might take a few mins!

well done indeed to mathschick, excellent performance and fabby report, so proud of you waisterpal excellent work

good-o too to scott, speedy work there lad.

and far far! sounds like you did a grand job too, race report on meldy's desk 9am!



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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 12:12

Also, just been looking down my predicted half marathon times based on my training runs - the only ones that predicted me quicker than my actual time were about 2 miles long

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 12:09

Just been updating my Fetch page - it seems the Livepool Half meant I've now done more miles so far this year than I did the whole of last year

(not difficult since I had most of the year off and didn't run at all til October). Still, I only ran 230 miles in the year running up to my last marathon, and have already done 140 this year, so it's looking good

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 11:55

Ooh, 8.5 miles on the bike in just under an hour Had a great time, although did make myself laugh when I realised I was cycling more slowly than the folks are running in the marathon

Still, boinging around now Trying to calm down with a cuppa watching the end of the elite marathons, very exciting!

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 11:51

Ooh, hope friend's son wasn't still in the loo queue Amandax!

Just been out for an 8 mile bike ride Love cycling Did laugh that for most of it I was going slower than some of the folks are RUNNING the marathon Got home in time to catch the last couple of minutes of the women's race - and then got banished to another room cos I was bouncing round all excitable like spence after my bike ride

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