“Potential disruption due to snow and ice”

OK, a look out of the window speaks a thousand words or so the saying goes. The weather report warns me of snow and ice, but all I can see is blue sky and sun. What other kind of motivation do I need to out on my trainers and go out there. Plenty of runners out there (who obviously haven’t read the weather report) and I hear “good morning” all around. I haven’t seen that many smiles though in a few weeks. Let’s hope the weather disruption keeps on being delayed.

Smile on!

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~ by tatjana on January 6, 2012.

2 Responses to ““Potential disruption due to snow and ice””

  1. So, finally checked out your blog. I do support your “smile on!” and “weather disruption delay” until “never happens”… see you soon back in London

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