Look at me - all bright and shiny!

Well the badge is, anyway. I couldn't apply for it on Friday, when I did THE run, because I was away on a camp-site with no internet access (hence the sad tale of the awful route). We went on THursday, I ran on Friday before driving to see my Dad, then Saturday (the main reason for the trip) my stepson's wedding, and Sunday an after-wedding party in his mother's garden. Today I did my first post-grad run (on a much better route which I discovered over the weekend) and then we packed up and came home. Work tomorrow and a board meeting... All go :) So - next challenge?? I'm looking for a suitably dated Race for Life, then onwards and upwards to 10K, I think. After all, it's not so long since I thought I couldn't run for 5 minutes!!!


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  • Oh yes ! Looks very good on you. Well done!

  • Congratulations, nice badge :)

  • It's a beautiful thing the (graduation badge) Congratulations on graduating. Why not aim for 10k as your next goal.

  • That badge certainly suits you. :)

  • Fantastic.

  • And it looks good, too ;)

  • congratulations ! well done :-)

  • Very well done on your graduation achievement! :-) The badge does suit you and looks most shiny. Great feeling, isn't it? Congratulations! Now the fun really starts! :-)

  • Thank you, everyone - graduates and graduates-to-be (if I can do it, believe me, you can). Watch this space - I might even dare to put a photo up soon.... Next goal - Race for Life; then 10K; after that [perhaps not so] Impossible Dream - London Marathon and Stonehenge to Avebury............

  • Ooh look at you with your lovely new badge.....well done, big congratulations from me.

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