A Christmas Day Run

A Christmas Day Run

Merry Christmas!

This morning, @TheWelshWookie and I have been for a run around the harbour. Santa brought me a new Ron Hill Vizion top and my brother in law and sister in law gave us new Ron Hill gloves and beanies, so I had lots of new gear to try out!

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We had a good run: it was cold, and very quiet. There were hailstones as we walked home, too!

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We’re now home, opening presents and feeling very lucky and spoiled while tucking into our scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and champagne.

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For dinner, we’re having rib eye and proper chips instead of turkey. Yum!

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My plan for the rest of the day is to watch Doctor Who, Downton Abbey and other festive treats, wearing my onesie, my new jammies and my new slippers 🙂

I hope you all have a lovely day planned: was Santa good to you? Did you run today?

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14 thoughts on “A Christmas Day Run

  1. I got a new running hat with the hole for my pony tail. If the temperature wasnt 4 today, and if my throat wasnt swollen shut, I would have thought of trying out a run myself! Merry Christmas my friend! 🙂

      1. I thought it was pretty good, but for a Moffat episode, it didn’t have that “wow” factor I usually sense from him. I thought it was a bit slow-moving for his farewell episode and then his regeneration was SUPER fast, like BOOM – I’m Peter Capaldi now. LOL Still loved it though…always love my Who. I’ll really miss Matt Smith though. He was the first Doctor I ever saw (God Complex was my first episode) and he made me go back and start with #9.

      2. Totally agree, it wasn’t as pacy as expected, and it was a very quick regeneration scene- pretty old school! Tom Baker and Peter Davidson were my childhood Doctors 😉

  2. Oh wow – salmon, pajamas, and TV watching. That sounds like a pretty awesome Christmas to me! Glad you enjoyed. I did get to run! Perfect day, no traffic to get hit by or dodge.

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