Posted: 22/03/2016 at 17:50
Evening all - catching up after a few days away from the computer while we've been busy looking after our grand-daughters.
DBI - oops, sorry to hear Nemo messed you around during the exam but pleased to hear you managed to pass.
Red - no, you didn't mention your coccyx problem but pleased to hear MML sorted it out. Well done re that 32 miler (little jaunt?!). Sorry to hear about the blisters though
Columba - oops, my mistake re mixing up your PB with your course best. Hope your laptop's health-check goes okay - all being well, see you on the other side.
HS - sorry, had to smile to myself reading about all the races you've entered that you presumably weren't going to! I enjoy the 6 nations and have recently also discovered the Premiership coverage each week. Well done re the 21ml forest run. Glad to hear your new computer is up and running and loading of items is going okay. I've been leaving mine on overnight since installing Win 10 hoping it will catch up with any updates it decides it needs.
Unfortunately, no running been going on here for the last week but I should be at the club run tomorrow evening. The location was supposed to change this week but that has been postponed until next Wed which means I get another chance to run up the 'hill of doom'. I think I mentioned I'm doing the Westonbirt 10K in mid-May .. I'm hoping I can knuckle down to more regular training now and will see how close I can get to 60 mins on race day.
On a non-running note, our Bosch washing machine threw a wobbly (literally!) when the 'unbalanced load' sensor didn't work properly. The engineer has been to fix some parts inside that got broken by the out-of-control drum. The load sensor and motor control circuit board have had to be ordered from Germany and with Easter, the engineer won't be back to finish the repair until next Wed. So we may need to use the local launderette if the pile of dirty clothes gets too big.