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working at it slowly

Posted: Today at 08:39
Welcome home Slugsta - I'm one of the newbies intrigued by your "trial". Hope all goes well and looking forward to getting to know you.

M...eldy what is the complicated project you're avoiding? Glad to hear there's another stitcher here. Planning to dig mine out again this evening - I've not touched it since I got back from holiday at the end of August and if I want to give it as a Christmas present I'd better get a wiggle on although realistically speaking it looks like it might be for sister in law's birthday (next September!)

Thanks for the explanation of the contraption POdds - what have you done to yourself that you need the Cryocuff? Cake shopping sounds like fun!

I've remembered the right trainers this morning so will be trying a gentle 3 miles home - yay!

Hope you survived the green fug Yums!

Morning Kieran and Spence!

Hope you're ok today SS

Mums Running Club

Posted: Yesterday at 15:50
Just jumping in to say see you there Caro - I'm number 4 this year! Must have been late entering! Let's hope the weather's better this year!

working at it slowly

Posted: Yesterday at 15:43
Hey Gentle Chugger a kindred spirit - FANTASTIC! The ladies in the office laughed when I told them where I'm going. They think I'm very sad! I have more than one project on the go but the one that I'm trying to concentrate on at the moment is a present for my sister in law who loves Audrey Hepburn. Hope this link works

By the way no place in VLM next year for me! Oh well, more time to stitch.

London Marathon 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 15:14
No place for me!

working at it slowly

Posted: Yesterday at 08:51
Wow I'm still struggling to get to know everyone here - could take some time!

Lots of excitement on other threads about the VLM magazine reaching households. Anyone on here entered? I did but am subsequently in self enforced retirement having not enjoyed the long runs for some while. Was due to run River Thames HM this Sunday but am currently trying to sell the place. What's the betting that now that I'm in two minds about running that I get a place.

Am trying to get out on a school trip next week to the Knitting and Stitching Show at Ally Pally - for my sins one of my other loves apart from running and reading is cross stitch. I just have to sweet talk my Head but as I'm his PA and make the tea it shouldn't be too difficult!

Hope you all have great days. Yesterday's run didn't happen - I'd packed my kit but forgotten the trainers and the ones that I walk in aren't the ones that I run in doh!

River Thames Half Marathon 5 October 2014

Posted: Yesterday at 06:49
I've answered!

working at it slowly

Posted: 30/09/2014 at 07:00
Morning all!

Snaily that must have been a tough decision after 20 years - hope all works well for you. My diet seems to have gone pear shaped too! 9lbs over my target weight and I'm not in the right frame of mind to shift it at the moment!

Meldy I love the idea of the wall of death! I once had a cat that used to run around the archway between two rooms - wallpaper never stood a chance. You must be relieved that he's on the way back to fitness though.

That's a huge crane GC!

Westie those are amazing times! You must be very proud of Scot.

Kieran hope that the foot and mouth stays away from your door!

Gentle 3 or so miles home for me tonight.

River Thames Half Marathon 5 October 2014

Posted: 29/09/2014 at 10:33
I have a place that I'm no longer going to use - anyone interested? The entry can be legitimately transferred so just pm me for costings. Many thanks and good luck!

working at it slowly

Posted: 29/09/2014 at 08:37
Thanks Keiran - the race didn't start until 12 noon by which time the sun was well and truly out - lovely countryside to run through though .

Have checked the results and I came 154th out of 485 runners which puts me inside the top third finishers so a lot happier now!

working at it slowly

Posted: 29/09/2014 at 07:01
Morning all - wow what a lot of posts to catch up on!

The results from the 10k are in and I didn't break the hour barrier - 1:00:20 how frustrating is that! Have another 10k on 19 October and that's pancake flat so should whoop that time!

Jerry the pacemaker - love that!

Sorry to hear that you lost a pet FP - was Bear a dog or a cat? Always very upsetting A thrift festival sounds really interesting - have never heard of one before.
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