Run Norwich 10k Tuesday – 44 miles on old faithful Norwich to Earsham Hall Saturday 38 miles Norwich to Old Buckingham More magic squares arrive for the quilt Advertisements
Well it’s been a while since the muse has taken me. In brief the last month has seen me walking 50 miles across the beautiful North Norfolk coastal path with my colleagues’ Janes, Anriette and Graeme. The weekend was blessed with sun,laughter and exhilarating landscapes peppered with pain and downright determination. Fatigue and pain worked… Continue reading Running like the clappers!
During this journey of 50 challenges I have received advice from those who are wiser and more experienced than me – usually freely given and well intentioned. However, I have a penchant for needing to come to my own conclusion and also a reluctance to spend unnecessarily on goods I don’t see the need for.… Continue reading Learning the hard way
Things seem to be happening apace! Last weekend I spent a lovely afternoon cycling with my friends Kevin and Chris and their extreme runner friend Lisa – they are all pretty impressive – running and cycling mileages I would only aspire to do in a car. They generously offered for me to join them on… Continue reading Enid, the Dojo, squares and cappuccino
Well a couple of weeks have gone by since the cake bonanza and I have made progress with another couple of challenges. The park run remains a constant challenge but I completed my 14th this last weekend – it’s going to be a long old haul to get to 50! My biggest pleasure over the… Continue reading The lady of the lake!
Saturday saw me starting the day with a park run – I have yet to regain my previous PB but am slowing moving towards it again – so all is well. After this now familiar start to the weekend I started to organise the cakes I had cooked and friends, family and colleagues had kindly… Continue reading 50 cakes – that’s not enough, lets sell 203 instead!
Well it must be 40 years ago when Miss Forbes wrote in my school report something like “Catherine’s cookery is tasty and competently made, but she really must spend more time and effort on its presentation” The words stung and stayed with me – I felt hurt and that I had been dealt an injustice.… Continue reading Homage to Miss Forbes