Hello blog lovers.
Yesterday was a cycling day again for me, more of my loops! I am determined to get fit as the proverbial! So as soon as I could I was out of the door in my lycra before I could even think about sitting in front of the tv.! I really love Hollyoaks, I would've watched it. In fact I can't remember the last time I saw Hollyoaks, I am not sure if that's a good thing or bad thing! Just an hour, that's all I needed to cycle for, the hills will be doing me good.
Again I sat on the saddle and it still felt like I was sitting on pebbles! I am sure I will find my saddle ass soon! Off to do my loops, I had a song in my head, I don't know what it was, but the Old Boy had played a clip of a film, Southern Comfort, where they were all having some sort of barn dance! I don't know what the song was called, but it's in French I think! I had the tune rolling around my head as I pedalled along to the start of my loops.
I did the first one and I felt quite good, and then I saw J.J. just getting home from work. I stopped my Garmin to have a chat with her! Well, I am on a mission! I only chatted for a few minutes and I even resisted the invitation to go back for a quick drink! Three more loops to do and then back home. The second one went well too, maybe it was because I had that few minutes break! So now there is no break, it's straight up for the third and fourth loop!
I was very warm, I really don't know how I did it, but determination to do well does work. I was annoyed on the way home about how much traffic there was going along Tudor way, it will severely affect my time! Eventually I got across the round about and made my way home! I turned my Garmin off and then chatted to the neighbours who were in their garden. I didn't actually look at my geeky stats until after I got back into my house and and settled down for the evening!
I was quite pleased with it, 2 minutes quicker that the last time! Yup, I will have that!
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