Sunshine Snaily


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Posted: 27/02/2015 at 19:12
Hello from being absent

Sorry to jantastic peeps, ive not run at all this week, ive had work hell. Home office audit and 5, yes 5 investigatons. My week has been, work home eat sleep and repeat. I now have 3 days off and I refuse to think about it.

Starting with a glass of grape juice

Hope everyone is ok and if not have these (((( )))))

working at it slowly

Posted: 23/02/2015 at 17:48

evening

DL glad the matey is fine, and enjoy the teenage tantrums (shudders)

Happy 60th Spence!!!  hee hee

Vibes for Sluggie Friend. 

Labone, lots of good advice on here, and a lot more crazy stuff too.

I've had a crazy weekend, Friday went out after work for a few drinks, I came home slurring and flaked out on the bed (my bed I hasten to add!) Saturday was a bit delicate so helped bloke (and parents) pack up his flat ready for the move into his new house.  I got all the gossip from his mum about the ex 

Sunday didn't run as the weather was bloody pants, Whats going on with it.  We had a weather warning for floods and one of our local hospitals was on flood alert. Didn't sleep all night because of this HO audit, I'm really stressing out about it, so got in work super early this morning to get cracking.  Have to submit the report tomorrow ready for the face to face visit on wed.  I'm papping myself.

Normality should resume on Thursday.

Washing machine has been fixed, and I played the "im on my own" card and the bloke fitted it back for me.  Which isn't easy as there is no wiggle room, in fact the radiator had to come off to get the washer out!

Needless to say, when said washer was moved there was a dead mouse under it thanks to the Terrorist.  Bloke was shocked, where I thought nothing of it and thanked my lucky starts it wasn't a rabbit!

Right I'm still working so better crack on.

 

 

working at it slowly

Posted: 20/02/2015 at 10:30

Morning

Spring is certainly in the air.  Cant wait

Oh Daffs how exciting, but oh the pain of moving.  Good luck in choosing something.

Bloke has just bought a house, quite frankly its doing both our heads in!!!!  There is so much to organise and think about, and I'm only standing on the sidelines.  I seem to have been ropped into helping pack up his flat this weekend as he's rented it out.  Suddently our relationship has turned practical!!!!

Ooooooo whats Pippi been up too

Went to see 50 Shades on Wednesday (without bloke!), I fell asleep.  Very boring I thought, much prefer the books (if thats your thing)

 

working at it slowly

Posted: 18/02/2015 at 10:15

morning

Stressing about HO visit, but I have a list and I plan on actioning it!!!! 

This on top of a crap nights sleep, had a call from the neighbour at 11.30pm (I'd been in bed since 9.30!), 4 hoodie lads had ran down our path and come round the back of our houses.  Obviously now being on my own I absoultly shite myself, so much so, I didnt even dare to look out the window!   Anyway police were called and they had gone.  We have fields that lead to the YMCA so it seems they were on their way there.  However its given me thought that we need to fence off our alley way to give us a bit of extra secruity.  There are only 3 houses, hopeing they'll chip in, but for my own peace of mind I'll bloody pay for it myself!

 

 

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Posted: 17/02/2015 at 20:55
I lost my post

Congrats dragon and family. What a beaut

No pancakes here either. Can't be bothered to do them for myself!

The terrorist has an ingloo and he loves it. His little hidey-hole. And if you put your hand in then expect to get it bitten!!!!

I ran just under 4 miles this morning, it's my fave time of year for running. Start early in the dark and watch the sunrise. Amazing.

Well work is about to get a whole lot more stressful, thanks to a Home Office visit sprung on me next week. None compliance has serious consequences.


I'm having a hot CHOC and an early night. Is it the weekend yet

working at it slowly

Posted: 16/02/2015 at 18:16

The national grid have been on the line wondering what the power surge is down south, told them its the vibe machine for DL's pal.  Hope she gets the all clear.

Nogs.  Can imagine that op is a long recovery with a  lot of physio.  But it'll be worth it.

Good bargain on the Bose docker, I've been looking at them but cant justify the price.  I love my music though, and my tiny speaker doesn't cut it.

Spence, if half term had been last week it was really sunny then!!!

Glad Mr Daffs is ok, though a little grumpy, you should have put cat-nip in the cake, it helps make Harry sleepy, it might work on your noisy neighbours!!!

I'm hoping bloke isn't late in from work tonight because hes coming to help with the washer in favour for his tea being cooked!!!  I'm so bloody tired though, not sure I'll make it to 8pm.  I seem to have developed a sore throat through the day too.  grrrrr

 

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Posted: 16/02/2015 at 10:21

morning

Awwww great pics podds.  Why do dog lie with their head hanging off the bed!!!

Well done spence on the bumpy 10k. 

Teenagers (shivers)

Had a lazy weekend, really CBA to do much.  And I've broken the friggin washing machine, pushed the start button in and its broken.  Its 2 weeks out of warrenty so have to pay a call out fee, obviously they've talked me into a 12 month repair contract (which was only £20 more than the call out fee!!!) Anyway, the difficult bit is the washer cant come out of its hole without the radiator being taken off (its a very small kitchen)  So bloke will come in handy in other ways, because my DIY skills dont go that far.

And my Jantastic target was 5 miles this week, which was looking doubtful considering my CBA state.  Went out this morning on a very tired run, and thought "bugger it, lets just do it" so 5 miles in the bag 

 

Right, another busy week planned at work.  Enjoy half term (hope it pisses it down!)

working at it slowly

Posted: 15/02/2015 at 08:36
Oh yea!!

Gooooooooo spence

Ra ra ra

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Posted: 14/02/2015 at 23:13
What WAISTer meet?

working at it slowly

Posted: 14/02/2015 at 14:19

I always thought it was how quickly your heart rate returned to normal determines how fit you are????  I have a high heart rate too.  Not that I pay much attention to running via heart rate.

Well I've cleaned the house top to bottom waiting for the steam mop delivery.  Its still not here so I'm really annoyed now, I wanted to run, need to go supermarket, and I really need a shower.  Was planning a lazy morning tomorrow, looks like I'm gonna have to run grrrrrr

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