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Posted: 19/04/2014 at 14:55

Glad to see all is well again Podds. Its so worrying when they are under the weather isn't it? However, it seems you put your time to good use. Cooking indeed !! 


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Posted: 19/04/2014 at 14:42

Holly brought with her at Christmas some Marmite fudge from the IOW. It was actually nice. I wasn't keen on the Blue Cheese version though. I love Marmite but don't think I could eat it on a hot x bun.

Rather an energetic way to get a fake tan DL? 


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Posted: 19/04/2014 at 14:36

I love red shoes  So glad you are feeling better today.

Well runned Yums asnd Daffs.

I am amazed and delighted that I am reading 8.30 min miling for you Daffs , however briefly. You are doing so well with your training. How different from the days when you would stop and shop during a race. LOL 

The beach was nice , if a tad chilly and breezy. Ozzy and Mr L are snoozing in front if the F1 practice now.

I am a bit tired today. But its ok as I know this is normal, like other people feel sometimes, and it will pass with some rest. 

Noggs is our RocknRoller? Bring it on!


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Posted: 19/04/2014 at 09:52


A lovely day here so far too. We are taking Ozzy for a walk on the beach. He is good with other dogs so it should be a fun morning.

Have a great plod Yums. 

And Chuggs, that sounds like a hectic weekend for you. I Hope you enjoy it all.

12th? I am definitely busy then


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Posted: 18/04/2014 at 19:58

Hi all


(((((Coco)))))) I know how you feel. After years of dodgy knees and other illness I am now doing run/walk 1 minute intervals. Its keeping me going more or less pain free for now and I am really enjoying being able to get out there again. I hope, as has already been said, the Galloway method, or something like that, can help you too. Keep positive, it will get better. 


Podds - I do hope it isn't bloat and that its just a stomach upset. I have everything crossed for you both. 

I have played outside as planned today, and I now have aching feet and legs. But is was soooooooo good.

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Posted: 17/04/2014 at 18:33


Sad news about Parrdu. 

Its been a full-on day for me. Now I am chilling and planning what to do tomorrow. It will involve getting out in the sunshine for a while and I am not sure where to go or how far but I am looking forward to it. 


Exploring castles sounds fun Mathschick.

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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 20:05



A good night to everyone. May the sunshine on you all tomorrow x

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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 19:30

Pippi - I can't see the picture


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Posted: 14/04/2014 at 19:12


Chuckles at Yums with inside-out shorts 

Thanks Sluggie - it really is good at the moment to be able to enjoy going out again. I really didn't know if I would ever be able to again. I put this down to Yums. She put me in touch with her friend who helped me by doing Neuro Linguistic Programming (I think that's how it's spelt) and it't been amazing. Its taken a year to get this far and I still have things I can't manage yet but I feel I am going in the right direction. I have hope for the future again and can make some plans, which is in itself a delight and not to be taken for granted.

Nicky - well done for persevering with the swimming. Its great to hear you are still able to keep fit and healthy even through all that and having the little noos to run around after,.

Far-Far - Well done. Terrific running . Another one in two weeks should be easy peasy for you to do

We have taken Ozzy to the woods this morning and taken some photos. It was such a lovely day. Then I cleaned out the greenhouse this afternoon. Now I am pooped. But it feels good. 

And I went to the doctor about my manky toenail, caused by a poorly fitting shoe, which used to fit ok 4 years ago.  OK , yes I should replace them but I really can't afford to right now and they haven't had that much wear as I have been off running and sick for so long.  A tube of antibiotic cream should make it smell a lot better. - Hope no one is eating dinner!! 

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Posted: 13/04/2014 at 21:20

Beachy and Lochness sound wonderful. Of course, I do have unfinished business at Beachy. 

Well done Mathschick!! A fab report and ouch at all the stairs. Hope you get a good rest tonight

Hi Nickynoo. Good to see you .

I won't get back in here until tomorrow  so I will have to wait for FFar's report until then. Well done to you!!! 

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