I’d like to wish you all the very best for 2017. I hope you enjoy celebrating the end of 2016 (it’s been quite a bitch) and look forward to a new year of new hope and new possibilities. Personally, I cannot wait for the new year to begin and look forward with anticipation and hope….
Bon Anniversaire! Paris put on a spectacular show, we enjoyed a delicious lunch at our favourite restaurant and it was Paris Pride 😃
I didn’t run first thing today as we had a very long day on Ronda yesterday and we both decided to have a lie in. I waited until after my siesta for it to cool down before heating the promenade. This was a very different one to what I am use to hear as…
Well nearly. I decided on todays run that I would ignore the intervals and simply run. I had the right mindset today as I pushed myself to go further and gave myself targets in my head which I kept moving. Unfortunately I just missed the target of 2K without stopping (by 0.2k!) but I am…
Happy Easter everyone. Have a cracking time 😉
2016 is going to be Absolutely Fabulous
For my birthday the team signed a card for me and marked the occassion with a chocolate cake. Now I remember a time when I was offered a piece of cake (for me this is still now) and I either politely accept or decline. But this sadly is not the case these days. There are…
Where? Ryanville that’s where!
Be happy, healthy, run wild and do whatever your heart desires in 2016. Above all, have fun! For more hunk themed fun why not subscribe to the Hunks magazine at Flipboard.
Merry Christmas to you all. Thanks for a great year filled with comments, laughs, updates and stories. I hope you’ve all been good boys and girls for Santa!
Hello readers, fellow runners, followers, commenters, stalkers (well maybe not so much you lot), cat lovers and horn dogs! I am writing this post to wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year. This is Tilly’s First Christmas and we are so pleased and humbled by how much she has grown since January….
It’s the day of the (main) office Christmas Party. This follows a traditional carol service and some festive fun from the children of our local primary school. Time to doth my party hat and put on my dancing shoes!