Juneathon day 17 – Take one. Take two. Take three!

Well. I was supposed to go for an interval run this morning and was all dressed and ready to go. Unfortunately my tummy had different plans and I had to abandon the run, knowing I wouldn’t have got very far without things going very bad indeed.

Oh well. I squeezed in 20 mins of stretching and core before work, thinking I would get the train to London Bridge and walk to Covent Garden from there. Unfortunately a broken down train in the New Cross area had other ideas, so that scuppered that.

Oh well. I got my walk in the end though, taking advantage of the beautiful afternoon to walk from my office to London Bridge. 

 Phew. I think that counts!


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Runner. Baker. Eater.

3 responses to “Juneathon day 17 – Take one. Take two. Take three!”

  1. winsometahn says :

    Ah tummies – usually best not to ignore them!!

  2. shazruns says :

    Oh I know that tummy feeling, sensible decision

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