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Posted: Today at 10:51

morning all

and massive well done to Amandax  - but I recall you have done an accidental marathon before! and as to saying it's your last - well we all say that

I'm really pleased for Leicester even if Spurs didn't win yesterday (would have like Spurs to win the league for my Dad but 2nd place will have to do)

some fab running and cycling chaps

2 Ned miles again this morning - he got a PB  he seems to love it - starting this time of year is a bonus because we can do country lanes, he is learning all the time - when I tell him a car's coming he sits (in the hope of a treat but doesn't usually get one) and he sits for a treat when we cross a road - every day's a school day  

 

 

 

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Posted: 29/04/2016 at 11:17

morning all

early starts on Fridays for me from now on (I have been delegated a task from my Manager - joy! which involves being on a conference call all morning ) so no run or walk this morning - so it was the Littluns turn for Ned duties - first time on his own! But as Mr FF says - we're all in this together!

well said DL I'm sure you were very tactful

I need to catch up with Chuggs and Westie's videos

 

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Posted: 28/04/2016 at 11:42

he's 14 months Podds but he's just like a puppy he's been in kennels for a while poor chap. He loves going out - yesterday I walked him in the morning, Mr FF popped home at lunchtime and took him out, the Bigun took him out for his proper walk in the afternoon - then when I was getting ready to take Emmy I felt so guilty he got another walk! but I would rather take Emmy on her own because its a nightmare trying to manage them together

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Posted: 28/04/2016 at 09:37

morning all

your workplace sounds very jolly Daffers - not like mine

the celebrations sound fab Chuggy must have been cold if Mr C noticed his lack of coat

well this morning was a first -  I took Ned the dog jogging! I need to get him out in the morning because I don't think its fair on him to wait for his evening walk - which means I can't run til the evening so I went for it. He's a bit rubbish still at walking but he was pretty good at jogging along  I think its a more comfortable pace for him, slight issue when he finds something interesting and pulls me over but a great start - 2 miles of run/sniff 

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Posted: 27/04/2016 at 11:36

happy birthday Daffs

and Mr C

pass the choccy Podds

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Posted: 18/04/2016 at 13:52
((((((((Sue and HWMBT))))) xxx

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Posted: 18/04/2016 at 08:58

morning all

I'm off work today need to sort some admin out and see solicitor this afternoon

got decorators in today so took Ned out for a walk to calm him down a bit - it was the best he's been hardly pulling on the lead at all! mainly due I suppose because we didn't have an old dawdling dog with us but a bit of a breakthrough! I've had to send him to his bed though because the decorator was struggling with a big dog sitting on his feet

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Posted: 16/04/2016 at 21:41
((((((((Sue and HWMBT))))) xxx

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Posted: 16/04/2016 at 09:15
Happy 50th Daffs
Same here MC I like the idea of parkrun but cba to drive to run 5k shame there's not one nearby I would like to get a 5k time though
Happy walking Westie and cycling Melds
I will be running this morning - when I can drag myself out of bed...

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Posted: 14/04/2016 at 09:39

morning all

((Amandax)) oh dear you sound a bit stressed  thanks for the bounts thingy though - I shall give a it a go

well done to C2 sounds like great experience and getting paid is always a bonus!

supposed to be at an all day meeting today - which would actually have been a nice jolly but too much catching up still to do so I'm in the office

nice 3 miles plodded this morning and I even made a small effort  I'm now walking the 2 dogs together in the evenings - Ned needs all the exercise he can get (Bigun takes him out earlier) they don't seem to bother each other which is great but he pulls and she dawdles - good strength training?

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