Saturday, 12 June 2010

Every year..

I suck at Juneathon. And yet every year I keep coming back for more. It is the great unfinished race for me. The blot on my landscape.

I keep 'doing stuff' (summarised below) but life keeps taking the sodding piss and distracting me. No kidding.

However Wednesday:
2.2m dog walk
And I'm pretty sure I went to the gym and ran 5K. How flaky is that - I can't even remember... but I'm sure I did...
Thursday: a shocking 1.5m dog walk.
Friday: Improvement - a 2m dog walk then in the gym a hilly 2m run in 17.48; then the fully tummy series and the full arms series. (Proper exercise!)

So really, I'm not doing that badly, but I'm also not doing too well. Will try and get better - but life is v hectic.

Although, despite the Juneathon thing it is nice to be back in the habit of blogging. Even if it's just drivel. Even if I'm not running far enough and I have to get into training for the Coll Half marathon. Bugger - should start planning that now. Eeek.

3 comments:

The Professor said...

Well it is nice to have you back blogging. Godamn it woman, I have a routine and your not blogging was disrupting it.... ;P

Hannah said...

Hello,

Good luck with Juneathon!

I work for Oxfam. We currently have places for the famous Great North Run, beautiful Royal Parks Half Marathon and unique Run to the Beat Event.

At Oxfam we treat our runners like the heroes they are. We support you every step of the way and cheer you over the finishing line.

What’s more, run with Oxfam and know your footsteps are echoing around the world, helping passionate, determined people like yourself.

Determination is everything. Run for Oxfam.

Would you consider putting a link to our site on your blog? We would be very grateful!

Here is the html code for adding a link:

Open in same window:

Run the Royal Parks Half Marathon for Oxfam

Run in Run to the Beat for Oxfam

Run in the Great North Run for Oxfam

Thank you!

Hannah and the Oxfam Running Team
Oxfam – official charity for the London Marathon 2011
The Edinburgh Marathon festival 2011 is in association with Oxfam

keens said...

Good to see you with juneathon....
Good luck on your planning for the Coll Half marathon.