12 September 2015

Project 365 2015 #37

Week 37 of Project 365 for 2015 saw the first full week back to work with a full class - but not full days yet!
Tiredness has set in already but a birthday at the end of the week kept me going.

Project 365 #38

Project 365 2015 day 249 - Parklife // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 250 - Running & Yoga // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 251 - Sam's Kitchen, Bath // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 252 - Evening run // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 253 - Vegetarian Haribos // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 254 - Birthday presents // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 255 - Glastonbury graffiti // 76sunflowers

Day 249
Time for some local parklife today in a nearby town. The weather was beautiful, we grabbed a coffee and played some rugby with the bandstand brass band for background music.
Day 250
Half marathon training officially started today! Not having run regularly all summer it was a tough 5k and the yoga was much needed afterwards.
Day 251
A rare morning and lunch in Bath at Sam's Kitchen with the husband where I picked out my birthday present.
Day 252
Work Wednesday was ended off with a much better 5k on my evening run.
Day 253
Tonight I baked and prepped for cake day tomorrow at work. I also bought vegetarian Haribos - which were a bit different.
Day 254
Birthday! I am now VERY close to the big four zero. My lovely TAs spoilt me and I opened my, already picked out but much wanted, birthday present TomTom running watch.
Day 255
Following swimming lessons and morning chores we packed a picnic and headed over to Glastonbury for a walk up the Tor and a wander around the town. I love the hidden alleyways and shops in the town and all the colours in the wall art graffiti that brightens up the place just perfectly. I think my local town could take note.

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