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Posted: 28/08/2014 at 09:35
Great riding Noggs. Your cycling really has come on this year. You should feel right pleased indeed

Glad to see that Chuggs is feeling more like her self.

And that the DG is healing well.

Welcome Roger.

The weather forecast said it would be a nice day here today. So why has it been persisting down ever since I got up??

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Posted: 26/08/2014 at 09:16

Its good to see the DG has his appetite back again Podds. 

Well done C1 and C3 for a slow thaw. I hope I got that the right way round .(if not, you know who I mean)

working at it slowly

Posted: 26/08/2014 at 09:07


A Very Happy Birthday Sluggie, hope you have a great day.

More rain Here, - damn and blast. Its that DL's fault, no doubt.

Sorry I am so far away from you Meldy/. You know I would otherwise.............

Onesie - I am also trying to decide if I can get out of the squats today. My legs are aching from yesterday's kettlebell session but I know I really should grit my teef and get on with it!

Westie - how lovely for you and Scott.

Well done Yums - a run in the rain is character building! .....but I have wimped out this morning. I may have a short trot on the dreadmill instead. 

Chuggy - glad to see you are beginning to feel better now. A 2 year old can find anything a plaything that you don't want it to. Better move all the breakables just in case ! 

Happy Tuesdays everyone. Even in the rain


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Posted: 23/08/2014 at 13:35

Bliddy hell, Parkrun results says I got 2nd in my age category. The others must have been very slow!!

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Posted: 23/08/2014 at 13:33

Just read back a bit. Congratulations are in order for Miniyums!  Well done to him and to you both.

I am going to do some gardening for a bit. 


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Posted: 23/08/2014 at 13:23

So many going/away on holibobs. Have fun and send us a postcard!

Daffs - fab running indeed. Well done you.

And the same for you Coco, 30 minutes straight is an achievement and i hope the Yoga continues to improve things too. 

And well done to Yums and Myself!! We parkrunned in approx 42 minutes, run/walking at chatting pace. And we were not last!! I thought we would be. I had a great time and so pleased not only to be running again but with my mate too.

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Posted: 20/08/2014 at 16:30
Apologies. My tablet appears to display question marks instead of smilies. Grrrr

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Posted: 20/08/2014 at 16:27
Good afters????

Do tell Cheesy. I am intrigued now. Well done on being sensible about your DNF. Fructose is an evil invention in my book so I think you did very well indeed to persevere in the circumstances. You are obviously fit for the task as your recovery shows so you will learn from this and beat the ba@tar& next time around.

(((((Chuggys toof)))))))

Podds. So glad the DG is getting on well with his recovery.

As I haven't posted or looked in much for a few days I will leave these (((((((((win))))))))) as I have missed much it seems.

As Yums hinted, we have a plan. There appears to be a parkrun for us this Saturday. I can't wait. Its been far too long since our last jolly. Its a *fun* run definitely as its the 100th one and some people will be in fancy dress. Bring it on. !! I will be run/walking as my rehab is still ongoing and that's just fine with me. Essex girls run again ????????

I had acupuncture yesterday along with massage and assisted stretching. Feeling pleased with the way its all going so far ????

Noggs, its so good to hear the wedding was successful and Amelia was there and you all had a lovely day

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Posted: 13/08/2014 at 11:01

Nice to see Monty is behaving so well and that you are enjoying being with him Chuggs.

Good news about the cat settling in Coco. First present of many, I would guess.

Westie - its good to see you. Your jaunts are amazing and love hearing/seeing pictures about them, so keep popping in here so see us.

Onsie - well runned. and a happy birthday to the 21 year old

Nice running Jff/ Its a great start to the day

Still x training in the shed Meldy - that's Mr L's excuse for hiding away. Good to hear about your running club exploits.

Yums - 5k time trial, I bet you breezed that. Its good to hear you enjoying the running so much.

Nice holiday Pippi, shame about the camera. Hope you have it back soon. 

I am going to take Ozz walkies now. A late start for me today but it  doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things. 

working at it slowly

Posted: 13/08/2014 at 10:46


A Very Happy Birthday Cushtie We and Ozzy send you hugs and cakes.


I haven't read back yet but did see that the DG is doing well so what a relief that must be for you Podds. Gret news indeed. 

I went swimming yesterday evening. I really enjoyed myself once I got relaxed and into a rhythm. I got out of the pool with some energy left for showering and driving home. 900 metres. And I strengthened legs and core in the morning. Well pleased with that, though I did oversleep by 1 1/2 hours this morning!!  I ran/walked the day before that. 2 hours in the wild wind here and after lunch I put the tv on to watch some triathlon and fell asleep!! But feeling so good, WAISting. 


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