Last night saw a soiree at the recently revised Sutton residence for a game of poker in the “Orangerie”, as Mark liked to call it! Most of you would know it as a conservatory. It’s a good job my running form is not following my poker form. I can’t remember the last time I won with my mates, or my work colleagues for that matter. Oh well, it was a cracking night and I apologise to Ian and Sarah whom I left to it at 1am while they battled it heads up for the win!
After a lay in, the rest of the morning was filled with some pre-holiday chores and Father’s Day duties (although my Dad was out playing Golf and The Wife’s Dad was out for a walk).
Today’s Juneathon effort was going to be a short run, given that I did my long run yesterday. So I opted to my quick 3km loop, but at a relaxed pace. It turns out that, thanks to Juneathon, my new relaxed pace still brought me home in under 15 minutes!
It’s now time to get packed for a few days staying with my Aunt, Uncle and cousins in Cornwall (and my Gran who also lives down there). Looking forward to it for so many reasons. A break is always good, it’s my birthday tomorrow, I’ll get to do some decent hill work in and around St Ives and I’ll get some artistic inspiration & tuition for the latest project I’ve signed up to: The Sketchbook Project 2012 – a massive international art project founded by Art House Co-op & Brooklyn Art Library. The advantages of having a real artist in the family!
Before heading upstairs to help The Wife finish packing there’s just enough time to think…
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