Tag Archives: juneathon
I rounded off Juneathon with an inaugural parkrun, the “noticeably undulating” Gladstone parkrun in North West London. I’ve come to expect a sea of familiar faces at London inaugurals, in fact, that was what got me hooked on inaugural events in … Continue reading
Yesterday’s leaden legs have revived somewhat and despite the heat, my run home from work was fairly comfortable. At least in the legs department. I had, however, promised to pop out at lunchtime to pick up something for supper, forgetting … Continue reading
I was severely tempted to skip my run this evening, but I resisted, and managed a token run around the block. On legs that have apparently been filled with lead. Roll on rest-day-Monday!
This morning,when the alarm went off at silly o’clock, I leaped* out of bed, bright eyed and bushy tailed**, and sped off*** to Lydiard Park for the Swindon parkrun. Swindon parkrun has been on my to do list for ages, … Continue reading
Cooking is not my forte. Left to my own devices*, tinned tomatoes on toast is my meal of choice, or it would be if I had any bread. Having exhausted the leftovers in the fridge, I turned in desperation to … Continue reading
There’s nothing nicer than coming home from a long day at work to find that one of the males in your life has brought you a gift “just because”. Unless of course the male in question is your cat and … Continue reading
I had to go into central London after work for an OU tutorial. Were I Jovial Gnome, Run Tezza, Six Pack or Shaz Runs, this would have posed no great threat to Juneathon greatness, as I would merely have set … Continue reading
It was week two of the “speed up your 10km” club sessions this week. I did go, but I only managed three of the five efforts before I called it a night. On the plus side, the efforts that I … Continue reading
Cycled to work. Cycled home. Ran around the block. Tried to think of a single interesting thing to blog about. Failed miserably. So I shall just share with you this snippet from Robert Colvile in The Daily Telegraph: A great … Continue reading
…but it was a close run thing. I remembered at 7.56pm, dragged on yesterday’s skanky running kit, dashed out for a run around the block, and then called it a day.