Janathon, day 7 – weariness and wine

Didn’t get around to blogging yesterday evening; I was drinking wine and eating curry. Was also feeling quite weary – mentally after all of four days of work; and physically after the onslaught of exercise that my poor body is not really used to. Nevertheless, I had extended my very wet walking commute with another […]

New links

I don’t very often publish a list of new sites for readers to have a  look at, but these ones are worth a peep if you’re still stuffing your face with sausage rolls and need some inspiration to face the drizzle: Oscar Mike – Phil’s new Posterous site, AKA “On the Move”. See what he […]

Colours of day

I’m not much of a churchgoer these days, but I used to sing in my local church choir, and I do love hymns. I was reminded of Colours of Day when out running among the autumn leaves yesterday: Colours of day dawn into the mind, The sun has come up, the night is behind. Go […]

Independent woman

Phil and I are having a trial separation. From running. I can’t get away from the fact that I’m not enjoying running with him at the moment. Even at a relatively slow pace, he seems so much more comfortable and I’m really really not. So time for me to go back to running solo. He […]

Juneathon (aborted)

As regular readers might have gathered, I failed in my Juneathon mission mid-way through the month. After the chav-spotting escapade on day 13, I did follow up with two back-to-back British Military Fitness sessions on days 14 and 15. However, it was game over after that. Friends in need, pressure of work – there are […]