Pippi LS

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working at it slowly

Posted: Today at 09:59

I think you had to be outside, looking in, Daffs. I only noticed coming home from parkrun. 

Today I am mostly going to be sorting out next half-term, on the basis that spending a day planning  will mean fewer headaches and stress later. That's the idea anyway.


working at it slowly

Posted: Yesterday at 20:52

Have some glue ((((meldy))))

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Posted: Yesterday at 17:39

Annoyingly, the official time was 30 seconds slower ... 

had a day out in Chester buying a few clothes which mr p can wrap up and give me in 2 months ...

it's a lovely day, but the sky was black looking north as we headed home. There is a huge dock fire in Liverpool , going on since last night. You can't smell smoke here, but it is definitely darke.

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Posted: Yesterday at 10:51

Yes, I've used buckwheat flour , but not for a while. I think I got it at Holland & Barret but a large supermarket could well have it (with gluten free stuff?)

still 40 odd seconds over 3o minutes ... but friends son won today's pakrun!

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Posted: 17/10/2016 at 22:46

You see what happened there, Spence? You come waltzing back after months with a shiny PB and before you know it we'd nearly all signed up to a Waister half! Close run thing ...

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Posted: 17/10/2016 at 19:46

Sorry Meldy, not that you won't be there ... It's a good route and not too far away ...

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Posted: 17/10/2016 at 19:38

That's almost enought to tempt me to try ... I'd have to stop bringing home piles of marking and planning and other paperwork as it weighs down my goood intentions.

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Posted: 15/10/2016 at 11:47

Have a good time, Westie. You do seem to get a few holidays in!

I did go to parkrun. It's ythe only running I'm doing! But I got round in 30:58 or something. In a daffyesque moment I did wonder how good I could get if I trained! Time! It was spitting as I left home and it rained, but not heavily, all round. Rather wish I'd worn gloves.

I've since spent an hour scrubbing away at the oven. Of course, if I cleaned it more often it wouldn't get so bad ...

enjoy the Colour run, Podds. Keep your mouth closed!


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Posted: 14/10/2016 at 17:15

You'll have to bunny hop everywhere,Chuggs! Perhaps it was sent to make you rest.

working at it slowly

Posted: 13/10/2016 at 21:55

zzzzzz is it nearly half term?

 Not been in, not been running ... although you may have seen I did a lovely walk on Sunday - a recce for one I'm leading next month near Kendal. Absolutley perfect autumn weather with  views over Morecambe Bay and the Cumbrian Fells.!

Today has not gone as planned. Started off at 8:15 when I supervise (not take!) an early morning fitness/dance club. Then we had an unexpectedly long assembly. Then I didn't get the visiting musicians in my class, but we did go to see another class perform their music! In this time we had done three sums and talked about what 'promise' meant. This afternoon was okay, until the after-school basketball club coach phoned in sick. The head decided instead of phoning parents to say it was cancelled, that I could take it! I know less about basketball than Iknow about many other things ... still it was okay. They told me the warm ups and the activities they often did, sorted out a quick game (I did say, I don't know the proper rules and I'm sorry if I get it wrong, but I've got the whistle so I'm in charge!)

Then photo club committee. Quick and painless so got home to see Mr P for the first time in about 48 hours.

Yesterday I went after school for tea with Pippette then to see King Lear live from Stratford at the pictures. Anthony Sher in the lead role. Fantastic!

But can I sleep yet?

((dogs, colds, revolving doors, etc))

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