That’s Hector, not me. We set out to gymnastics and, just as we headed up the hill, he fell asleep. I felt a bit lost and did try and wake him, knowing that he will be most annoyed at missing his class. He didn’t stir at all. So I ran on a bit and did a loop then, as I was quite near the knitting shop, I popped in and bought myself these little lovelies:
Some circular knitting needles so I can tackle the little hat pattern that Edward gave me. If football is featuring so highly in our house over the next month, even when England are not playing, then I will need something to keep me occupied!
I also ran across the brand new crossing near the park.
A seemingly uninteresting landmark, but it has taken a few years of campaigning to get this installed. Crazy when you consider that children have spent years risking life and limb to cross a very busy road at a bit of a blind corner corner. I enjoy slowing the cars down.
So far today we have spotted 51 England flags fluttering from vehicles. Seven of those were on one lorry!
Stats for Juneathon Day 15
Type of run: Pushing a running buggy
Time: 34 minutes 34 seconds
Distance: 3.05 miles
Average Pace: 11.20
Best Pace: 8.25
Sloooow, it was very windy!