Monthly Archives: February 2011

A bang not a whimper

Today did not go well.  To begin with, it involved trying to book an emergency service for my car that has decided to pick the only week when I will actually need it to light up its dashboard warning lights … Continue reading

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An impulse decision

I signed up for the Windsor half-marathon today.  An impulse decision in response to a throw-away comment from an old schoolfriend (“why don’t you join me?”).  So now, if I don’t get a place in the Royal Parks half-marathon, I still … Continue reading

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March Madness

My Bedfont Lakes parkrun this morning completes my original goal for February, which was to do a parkrun every Saturday, keeping the chance of a 50 t-shirt by next Janathon alive. Looking ahead to March, I have a couple of … Continue reading

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Febtathlon – rule five

Time for a new rule.  Because today I didn’t run and I didn’t cycle, and I have no intention of moving from the sofa for the rest of the evening.  But what will win the coveted title ‘Febtathlon – rule five‘? … Continue reading

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Pah!

What a pathetic day!  I managed a whole 1km run this morning, and then cycled the short way home because I wanted to avoid a rise so slight that to call it a hill is to ask for ridicule. On … Continue reading

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Chicken or egg?

Which comes first?  Speed or endurance?  At the end of May, I want to be running 10km in 70mins.  Today, I ran 7.25km in 56mins.  Which would equate to 10km in 77mins.  Should I concentrate on building up my distance and … Continue reading

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Aaaargh! Too much clutter!

I can’t see my desk at work because of all the clutter.  I can’t see the dining room table at home because of all the clutter.  Actually, I can’t see the bedroom floor, the dining room table, the coffee table, … Continue reading

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