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11-07-2019, 09:58   #5311
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Waiting to go for my interview... really tired so trying to keep perky! Wish I liked coffee!!
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I'd a brilliant backpack run around Portmarnock (and the beach) in the pissing rain last night, went home and died a death.

So just up from a brilliant sleep (I'd still be asleep if Richo hadn't wanted to jump into bed beside me).

Day 4 without coffee, I'd LOVE a cup but I'll hold out.. So, porridge and since I've taken a few days leave with nothing to do I might head down to the beach with Richo for a stroll.



I love the tough runs when they're of my choosing.
It's good to sweat, would you listen to music while running?
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11-07-2019, 10:25   #5313
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It's good to sweat, would you listen to music while running?
Yup, depending on the type of run I'll listen to anything from house to metal.

Last night was going to be a longer slow run so it was 50 Cent.

I hate running without music, cycling is the same. I listen to music cycling too.
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Having a coffee in a lovely little cafe in my mums hometown in Mayo and listening to Dermot Kennedy. Came to visit her grave, put down some lovely lillies and just tidied it up a bit.

Heading home soon and gotta start packing for my holliers.

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Having a coffee in a lovely little cafe in my mums hometown in Mayo and listening to Dermot Kennedy. Came to visit her grave, put down some lovely roses and just tidied it up a bit.

Heading home soon and gotta start packing for my holliers.
Some people don't get grave visiting but I find it the most peaceful thing to do. I get great pleasure from visiting my dad's grave - just wish I could visit it more often.
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Having a coffee in a lovely little cafe in my mums hometown in Mayo and listening to Dermot Kennedy. Came to visit her grave, put down some lovely roses and just tidied it up a bit.

Heading home soon and gotta start packing for my holliers.
Some people don't get grave visiting but I find it the most peaceful thing to do. I get great pleasure from visiting my dad's grave - just wish I could visit it more often.
I visit my mothers grave at least twice a week for a little chat.I live close by so it's easier...it's a beautiful spot..
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Having a beer in a place called Mojstrana, Slovenia, came to rent a bicycle, all sold out..and I passed loads of places in the place I am staying, booked another nights accomadation, one less headache..
I got up early and did a long off road run (Tamarju in Planica) stunning..no wonder the beer is gone to my head..
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Yup, depending on the type of run I'll listen to anything from house to metal.

Last night was going to be a longer slow run so it was 50 Cent.

I hate running without music, cycling is the same. I listen to music cycling too.
You might like this,

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Waiting to go for my interview... really tired so trying to keep perky! Wish I liked coffee!!
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I’m in the kitchen, just off the phone from the engineer who was inspecting the car. Few small issues but nothing major. He said for the price I probably wouldn’t get much better which I’m happy enough to hear
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Feeling sad. Just found out a girl I was friends with in school died. Haven't seen her in a few years but she was so lovely.

Her poor husband lost his first wife, a toddler daughter, mother-in-law and his unborn twins in the Omagh bombing and my friend was Stepmom to his other children.

Just hard to fathom how someone survives something like that. Those poor kids have lost 2 mammies.
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Feeling sad. Just found out a girl I was friends with in school died. Haven't seen her in a few years but she was so lovely.

Her poor husband lost his first wife, a toddler daughter, mother-in-law and his unborn twins in the Omagh bombing and my friend was Stepmom to his other children.

Just hard to fathom how someone survives something like that. Those poor kids have lost 2 mammies.
Sorry to hear about your friend, that's awful.

And the poor man & his children, and those two ugly words 'Omagh bombing' will forever send chills through anyone who remembers those days.

Thankfully we're more resilient than we give ourselves credit for and your friend will get through this and hopefully find love and companionship again.

I'm not in the least bit religious but I'll certainly give that poor man and his children some thoughts from beautiful Portmarnock beach or Howth summit when I'm training later.

Not forgetting you either.
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Feeling sad. Just found out a girl I was friends with in school died. Haven't seen her in a few years but she was so lovely.

Her poor husband lost his first wife, a toddler daughter, mother-in-law and his unborn twins in the Omagh bombing and my friend was Stepmom to his other children.

Just hard to fathom how someone survives something like that. Those poor kids have lost 2 mammies.
I have to admit it. I’m crying. It’s a cruel world sometimes. Take care everyone.
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