Project 365 – Week 7

This week has mainly been about the Team Honk relay, with a little injured wrist thrown in and an awful lot of rain (nothing new there then).

So this is what we’ve been up to this week…

Day 40 – Sunday 9th February – my last training run before my Team Honk Relay. I took a screen shot of my split times, which I was rather pleased with!

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Day 41 – Monday 10th February – it’s my daughter’s birthday in a few weeks, so she decided to get organised! Among other things she made a birthday countdown chart.

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Day 42 – Tuesday 11th February – the Team Honk baton finally arrived in Gloucestershire! I went to meet Julie from Julie’s Notebook and her lovely dog Freya as she set off on her walk.

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Day 43 – Wednesday 12th February -my daughter stuck the birthday countdown chart on her bedroom door. She injured her wrist, so she ticked it off with her left hand.

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Day 44 – Thursday 13th February – finally it was my turn to run the Team Honk relay! I met up with Joy aka Pink Oddy aka Mr Blobby at the end of my 10 and a bit miles.

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Day 45 – Friday 14th January – another day of torrential rain and strong wind. I tried to capture it with this photo from my garden – you can see the raindrops sparkling!
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Day 46 – Saturday 15th February – the bathroom fitter wasn’t able to come this week so, instead of my traditional Saturday bathroom progress photo, here’s my daughter and her poorly wrist.
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Linking up with Project 365 at TheBoyandMe. Pop over to see what others have been doing and photographing this week.

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Author: Sarah Mummy

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29 Comments

  1. Well done on the Team Honk relay Sarah, what an amazing achievement. You must be super proud. Joy looked hilarious in her Mr Blobby outfit! Your poor daughter with her wrist, I hope she’s on the mend 🙂

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  2. What a week. Well done on your leg of Team Honk, what a brilliant achievement for a brill cause. Hope little girls wrist gets better very soon and your bathroom guy comes soon! x

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  3. Thanks very much, ladies 🙂 I absolutely loved doing Team Honk. My daughter’s wrist seems a lot better all of a sudden this evening, which is a real relief! x

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  4. So sorry to hear of your girlie’d poorly wrist, do hope it gets better soon. Well done on your Team Honk effort – go Team Gloucester! x

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  5. Lovely bokeh in that nature shot!

    Thanks for linking up to Project 365.

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  6. Well done on your teamhonk, it seems to be whizzing round to my turn really quickly!

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  7. I’m no expert but those split times look great! Well done on the team honk relay. 🙂

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  8. Well done on your leg of the Team Honk relay! Loving the photo of Joy as Mr Blobby 🙂 Glad it hear your daughters wrist is getting better x

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  9. Don’t children just love counting down until their birthdays?!
    Congratulations on your run!

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  10. Joy as Mr Blobby just cracks me up!!! your running times look good to me as someone who does not run but wishes she could/would! your daughter is very organised with her birthday countdown!!! x

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  11. awwww no i am sorry she has a poorly wrist honey and massive well done to you for your team honk leg honey x

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  12. Well done on Team Honk – 10 (and a bit) miles is very impressive. Hope your daughters wrist feels better soon xxx

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  13. Well done on Team Honk. Very impressed with how even your splits are. I do think someone is missing a trick by not selling a birthday countdown calendar like an advent one.

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  14. Very well done on Team Honk. I’m sorry, I didn’t realise you were in the area or would have come and supported you all. Hope your daughters wrist gets better soon x

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  15. Well done on the team honk relay! I can’t wait to do my section. I love the birthday countdown list, if I showed that to my daughter she would make on straight away, love it!

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  16. well done on team honk, just love how the blogging community has come together and pulled off such an amazing relay x

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  17. Well done getting so involved with the Team Honk Relay, i didnt hear about it until it was too late so didnt get involved this year. Hope your daughters wrist is better soon x

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  18. Well done on the team honk relay! Hope your daughters wrist gets better soon…love her chart! That nature shot of the rain is very cool!

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  19. Well done for the Team Honk relay! I love the birthday countdown, birthdays are so exciting as a child #project365

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  20. Well done on your Team Honk Relay! Such a worthy cause. Bless your daughter with her countdown, my 2 are the same for their birthdays and we’ve 3 months to wait for those LOL

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  21. Great pictures Sarah. Well done on your relay section. And so hope girl’s wrist is soon better. What a groovy cast! xx

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  22. Congratulations on completing your leg of Team Honk – bet is was great fun running with Mr Blobby!

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  23. Great weekly round up and congratulations on Team Honk – I love the strapping for your daughter’s wrist – and hope of course that she gets well soon

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  24. Thanks very much, everyone, I did really enjoy doing that Team Honk run! I was pretty pleased with my splits too, Erica. I’m sure someone should cash in on the birthday advent calendar!
    The wrist got better very quickly, I’m pleased to say. It wasn’t broken and made a miraculous recovery after about 72 hours, which was a real relief. x

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  25. We had a birthday countdown chart for A’s birthday too; must be a girl thing. Loving the Team Honk photos and well done on your leg, really amazing. I’m glad the wrist is better.

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  26. Thanks very much, Nikki, I absolutely loved doing Team Honk. It’s certainly a relief about the wrist. On Friday she was totally miserable with it and not herself at all, but she was back to doing handstands by Saturday evening!

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