19 September 2015

Project 365 2015 #38

It's been an up and down week of tiredness and emotions for week 38 of Project 365 2015.

Project 365 #38

Project 365 2015 day 256 - TomTom Runner // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 257 - Sloes // 76sunflowersProject 365 2015 day 258 - Packing // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 259 - Bath Rooftops // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 260 - Big School! // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 261 - Sloe gin // 76sunflowers
Project 365 2015 day 262 - Morning cobwebs // 76sunflowers

Day 256
The first run with my new TomTom runner and half marathon training gets underway so the week starts off on a high.
Day 257
The husband returned from his bike ride with 2lb worth of sloes in his bag - they are now in the freezer ready for the gin to be purchased.
Day 258
My girl is all packed ready to head off tomorrow on her Year 5 residential. She is growing up way too quick for my liking.
Day 259
A trip into Bath today on the train with my lovely class. It was very tiring but worth it - and the forecast downpours held off until 3:00 pm.
Day 260
I went to look around the local secondary school tonight. I was very impressed but lots of discussions to be had before any decisions need to be made. The night ended with me getting teary over the fact we are looking around secondary schools already for my girl.
Day 261
Friday! I had no guilt in ditching a planned run tonight as I was too knackered. Instead I dug out the sloe gin from 2013!
Day 262
Saturday started foggy with some beautiful cobwebs on the car first thing before they blew off on the drive to swimming lessons. I should have ran today but a negative mind and tired daughter led to staying in where I did a double dose of Davina Cardio Box and Pump instead to get the endorphins buzzing. I will get out tomorrow!
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