No, not my run this morning (though I still haven't mapped it on Map my Run as the site mapping tool doesn't want to auto follow the roads at the moment). That went fine, just hard work, I didn't even think of running up the last bit, just started walking at the bottom of the hill.
No, not that, the garmin stuff. You may have read fatgirlruns' question 'To Garmin or not too', scroll down all the way to the bottom and you'll find a conversation between me and Phil72 about Garmins and Tesco (Clubcard tokens, Garmin on Tesco direct, Garmin in double clubcard exchange thingy).
This morning I headed toTesco website, put a bright pink Forerunner 10 in my basket, doubled up £45 of Tescos vouchers to £90, proceeded to enter the voucher codes only to get to the last one and it not accept it!
The contents of your basket must equal or be more than the vouchers, so basically you need to spend more and not get any change. So I can't use £90 of vouchers to buy a £89 Garmin. (I have to use £80 and pay the other £9, not what I wanted to do!)
OK, I'll get a cheap t-shirt, or knickers, or something to take me over the £90 so I only pay a couple of quid not £9. Found a bra for £3, put it in the basket, hit checkout. Garmins and bras don't go in the same basket so that didn't work! One comes from Tesco direct, the other from Tesco clothing.
So what else can I buy? There's a heading saying 'Party'. Party bags, napkins etc, they're cheap, I'll add a packet of those. Wrapping paper, yes, I'll definitely use that. A roll for £1? Just what I need, add. Total of basket £90, total of vouchers £90, done! Garmin free delivery on click and collect, wrapping paper delivery on click and collect £3.95. WHAT?!?!?!?!?!
Remove wrapping paper, head back to Tesco Direct, department leisure and hobbies (or something like that) thinking if there's a cheap Garmin accessory or some running related thing then I'll add that. So I went to the gardening (yep, attention span of a goldfish) section, added a £2.75 trowel (which I don't need, but may come in handy at some point), then spotted the 'camping' section and went and had a look.
So to cut a long story short (or at least shorter than it could have been) I came away with a bright pink Garmin Forerunner 10, 4 fluorescent guy lines, 4 LED tent pegs (the mind boggles, but at least we'll be able to find the tent in the dark) and a tent peg remover for the grand total of £45 in vouchers (doubled to £90) and £5 in cash. Now all I need to do is to wait patiently until after 4pm tomorrow and go and collect!