Swimming against the tide.

Just got in from last night’s party and sleepover – great night out J

Managed to get out after ice skating yesterday and put in 10 miles.

I packed my running gear in-case I would manage to get out this morning, and I did. We went to bed about 2.00pm (no all nighter after all) and I got up about 8.30 – 9.00 and went for a run. We had stopped over at a friends place in Derby so I ran through the city centre and out for a 9 mile loop.

The interesting thing was that when I started out they were in the process of setting up a 10k race. When I lopped the circuit to head for home lots of runners were on the other side of the road, heading out the other way all looking at me as if I was lost. It reminded me of that scence in planes, trains and automobiles when the dude shouts at John Candy “You’re going the wrong way”.

Time for a quick blog – then Salsa, I’m going to need a sleeeeppppppp soon.


~ by joggerblogger on April 29, 2007.

7 Responses to “Swimming against the tide.”

  1. So did you pretend you were in the race to get a free t-shirt? 🙂

  2. Oh, and don’t forget the pizza 🙂

  3. planes, trains and automobiles one of the best movies of the 80’s 🙂

  4. That was me again signing in as the wife but she has started a blog herself so shameless plug anyway.

  5. 🙂

    No pizza today :-/ way tired…

  6. But I’ve been waiting all day to see the pic of a pizza 😦

  7. Checked out your pictures and scribbles with my son.

    He said awesome. I think the pictures are really amazing and show a great sense of vision/composition. I love the way you can caputure the design within the everday object. Quite lovely indeed.

    And the scribbles are also marvelous. A little dark, but with a playful twist. You’re quite a talented fellow. Wonder if you do something artistic for your job.

    – Kate

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