A deceiving blue sky at rugby made me think it was warmer than it was. Two hours and a few frozen fingers later it was back home to homemade sausage rolls for lunch.
A gorgeous day for the walk to school. The daffodils at the end of the lane are now fully out.
Back to training again, for May's half marathon, following a relaxed week of running. Today I ran from home along the canal to Devizes which finished with a nice incline up the famous Caen Hill Locks. Ten chilled out miles not worrying about times so I stopped to take photos - and it felt good.
Back home from work and the husband is making plans at the end of the garden.
A lazy day. My daffodils, given to me by one of my boys at work, were in full bloom and the latest edition of the Simple Things arrived.
Good Friday and a beautiful one at that. We headed over to Avebury to meet the Grandparents for the Easter Egg trail and a wander around the stones. It was lovely to see the kiddos working together to find all the clues and they even carried on the good relationships back home whilst playing in the garden and den building rather than sitting in front of a screen. The sunshine is doing them good!
Rubbish weather today so I obviously took myself out on a run. 5 miles today and my mind was filled with thoughts about getting in a marathon run before I turn 40. I'm feeling inspired by Ben, who is running 401 marathons in 401 days, and the day before I turn 40 he is not that far away from me!
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