Juneathon Day 5: the one I manage to lock myself out of my laptop

I’m a complete muppet. I’ve somehow managed to lock myself out of my laptop. This doesn’t bode well for Monday when I start a new job and will have to get to grips with a work laptop. I can’t reset my password until I get back to Four Oaks, so I’m trying to blog on my iPhone. It isn’t easy.

In other news… I actually pulled on my trainers and ran. It wasn’t fast, it wasn’t pretty but I ran.

I also had a slightly emotional leaving lunch at Home Sweet Home in Roke, attended my final Beer and Bants, and said TTFN to the Boathouse Pub. It’s a shame there was what I would describe as a slightly sexist man in the bar. In the end he was evicted by the police.

Random photos from Day 5 

Best thing spotted on the Internet on Day 5

If you don’t already, follow Russell’s running blog. It’s incredibly interesting seeing what it’s like being a runner at the front rather than the back of races.

Cumulative Juneathon Distance: 5km

Are you good or bad with technology? After working with some real Excel gurus, I’ve concluded that I’m a bit of a technophobe.

Do you ever blog on your phone rather than on a computer? I dread to think how many typos there are as I was struggling to type on my iPhone.

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2 thoughts on “Juneathon Day 5: the one I manage to lock myself out of my laptop

    • Emma says:

      Thanks Maria. I managed to unlock my laptop when I got home. I’ve now changed the password to something slightly more easy to remember and spell!

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