I’m still locked out of my laptop so this will be another short post. I’m also rapidly running out of time and haven’t even started to pack up my belongings. Day 6 of Juneathon was a roller coaster of emotions; I’ve never been very good at saying goodbye to people. I’m not looking forward to leaving Wallingford for good tomorrow.
Day 6 of Juneathon got off to a great start, I just about managed to squeeze in a full English breakfast. If they handed out gold medals for eating I’d be near the top of the list. I’m npt looking forward to stepping on the scales when I get home on Friday.
My penultimate day in the office felt a little strange. I managed to complete a couple of slightly overdue pieces of work and kept myself busy. I remembered to print out some bits and pieces to read on Monday when I’ll be waiting for my new work laptop to arrive.
After work I popped into to the Old Post Office for a couple of pints with a colleague and then headed back to my lodgings. After a quick sit down, I found myself heading next door for some wine, nibbles and impromptu karaoke. I’d like to say that our karaoke singing was amazing but I have a feeling that we irritated quite a few people.
Random photos from Day 6
Regular readers of my Juneathon waffle will notice that my ‘random’ photos have a bit of a theme…food and Howbery Park. I haven’t included photos of my colleagues as I wouldn’t want to appear in my blog without permission 🙂
Best thing spotted on the Internet on Day 6
Another random tweet and I’m aware that quite a few people don’t agree with women’s only races. I think they are great as they get women running and racing.
Cumulative Juneathon distance: 5km 😦
Do you have a favourite karaoke song? I’m not sure that my attempts at This Used to be my Playground were very successful. Sorry Madonna.