Sunday, October 07, 2007

Motivation for fatcats.

15k in the bag. A steady neddy run on another beautiful and unnatrually warm october morning.
You know what else is unnatural? Running on Sunday morning, having been in bed from midnight the night before, and after a breakfast of banana, a yoghurt, grapes and a cup of tea.
I swear to his noodly greatness, as soon as this marathon is over I'm dusting off my highest heels and slithering into my slinkiest dress, having my hair done, and then I'm going out to drink rum until I hallucinate and dance until my feet refuse to take another step. I am going to revert back to spending Sundays gobbling painkillers and shaking over the papers, perhaps indulging in alcoholic cures.
Country Gay is quite right, this is cardigan behaviour.



Blogger Medbh said...

I see you are one of the devotees of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, FMC. Makes sense for a runner to worship carbs.
You've earned a big sloppy bender.

3:13 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Indeed I do-for who could resist his noodly appendages, and indeed I have. Ghastly business this non being trashed on a Sunday. Next I'll be suggesting we start going to Garden Centres and DIY shops or- my biggest fear- suggesting we go for a Sunday drive.

4:19 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

Oooooh, similar strange behavior for a Sunday this side of the Atlantic as well. Nice long workout this morning, before using the 'cool-down' time to do freelance work.

I must be ill.

4:36 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

Hah! Just read your post on Weldon and faking it.
Paramour is very funny.

4:41 p.m.  
Blogger Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

The Sunday Drive? Surely things haven't gone that far! Look, I commend all this running about stuff, I really do, and I will support you all the way with it but things are getting out of hand here!!

Try eating your healthy breakfasts with your killer heels on. That might slow down these perverse urges for a bit. Stay away from all travelling rug-like objects lest you feel the need to take them in the car to cover your knees.

You need an intervention, fmc. I wish I was nearer to help stage one for you.

Have you tried calling The Lilac One? She should make you want a drink again quick smart. Get help woman; the Sunday drive...Jesus.

4:47 p.m.  
Blogger Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

On the other hand, think how fabulous you're going to look in your slinky dress after all this exercise and toning.


You'll have a hard time giving up all that exercise, though. That runner's high is no myth. I haven't felt it for a while no myself, but I remember my body demanding I exercise it and not being able to do much but obey.

You're an inspiration, darling. I feel guilty every time I read what you've been up to with the running.

4:53 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Andraste, it's like a filthy creeping virus this fitness lark. However I am just in from Smurf's where I believe having sank 4-count 'em- pints of Carlsberg, I am back sliding a tad. I am now about to climb into jammies so that I can watch Match of the day in comfort. Yes I am that lame, Sam, that will no doubt make funny tears of nostalgia for Des Lynham sprout from your delightful ducts. Medbh, you'll just go-'thank god I"m not that bloated.'
And you would be correct.

7:37 p.m.  
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