There will be singing…

…not just in the gym.

I have been a little off topic this weekend.

This weekend turned out to be a full cross-training weekend. After the long hike on Saturday, we were off on Sunday to see Snow Patrol perform live at the O2 arena. There was dancing. There was singing. And without surprise, there was no voice today.

The run on the treadmill  – of course accompanied by Snow Patrol songs today – got glances from the runner on my left again. This time it wasn’t really my singing along as much as my crackling along with hardly any voice at all. But then he wasn’t there at the concert last night. So, I was the one throwing glances of forgiveness back…

We are listening
And we’re not blind
This is your life
This is your time

~ Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol in London at the O2 arena

Snow Patrol in London at the O2 arena

~ by tatjana on February 13, 2012.

2 Responses to “There will be singing…”

  1. Thanks for the Monday morning boost! Cheers and happy running today 🙂

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