Monthly Archives: June 2015
Well the young hen who laid one of the biggest eggs I have ever seen decided to have a break from laying for a bit, (I don’t blame her).
She has resumed laying but has taken a step forward for chicken emancipation and decided I can only have tiny little minuscule eggs from now on.
They are so cute though, not sure how many I’d need to make a cake. Any guesses?
Myles’s Dad had always talked about a secret beach that was on the Gower. It was never busy as you had to walk a fair distance to reach it.
We had one failed attempt walking over the cliffs from Pennard but turned back.
So today on Father’s Day we walked from Caswell Bay along the coastal path and found Grandpa’s beach.
It didn’t disappoint. Happy Father’s Day.
…run 13.1 miles in two hours and thirty two minutes! It was quite a warm sunny day for Swansea so I’m very happy with my first attempt at a half marathon! Having Myles and the whole family shouting for me at the finish line was very emotional and lovely!
Thank you for all the messages of support, I carried them round with me with my little stash of jelly beans and water.
Thank you to all who kindly donated, it means so much, off to hobble over to the kitchen to make packed lunches for tomorrow now.
For the past few months I have been training hard for my very first half marathon.
I’ll be running the Swansea Half Marathon on the 14th June in memory of our Grandpa and Myles’ Dad, Ernie Stevens who recently passed away.
I’ll be running for Cancer Research and I’ll have Doodlemum written on my vest, so if you see me, give me a thumbs up, as I’ll need it! So far I’ve ran twelve miles in my training so I’m hoping I can bag my first ever half marathon at aged 41. Here’s my link if you’re interested in sponsoring me. www.virginmoneygiving.com/AngieStevens
Not sure if I’ll take my sketchbook with me yet though…