Weekend Tonic 06.06.16

Monday, June 6, 2016

 

one PT client
seven minutes of the FHF challenge
one hundred and thirty two bar over wall-balls
two fancy brunches
one hellish trip to Meadowhall
two wedding outfits
one box of Thorntons chocolates
The Hateful 8
one sofa nap
one lie-in
five miles walked
three gritstone routes climbed

This weekend was amazingly sunny and therefore we could get out and about into the Peak District on our doorstep that we know and love! Saturday started with a little work as I headed to the gym to train a client and then participate in a little in-house competition. After a quick shower and cuppa I grabbed the boy and we stopped on our way to Meadowhall for a relaxing Saturday Brunch at Grind Café and a nosey at the new build houses in the area. The less said about Meadowhall the better in my opinion, but nevertheless two wedding outfits found and purchased for next weekend. The Boy treated us to a homecooked asparagus risotto with Cava for dinner and I promptly then fell asleep on the sofa whilst he watched the Hateful 8. I woke up to snak on a couple of the Thornton's chocolates he brought home on Friday though!

Sunday started bright and sunny and after a small lie-in we took a wander around our neighborhood in search of properties to whet our 'feeling-like-grown-ups' appetite but settled for a fancy coffee in a local café.  After a good brunch of left-over risotto, eggs and avocado we then drove out into the Peak via our favourite outdoor shop for some new hardware, and hit the crags. I was climbing much better than my last trip and enjoyed some shorter routes on a different style of rock. We called it a day at three and drove home singing along to Radio 6 and their hip-hop hour. A dinner of salmon, potato salad and veggies followed as we crashed out on the sofa whilst I planned this week's training programmes. 

3 comments :

  1. Those are some beyond gorgeous blue skies. This time of year, when it starts to feel like winter will never ever darken our doorways again, is just lovely. Chuck in some risotto and a nap and you're onto a winner.
    M x

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  2. Those are some beyond gorgeous blue skies. This time of year, when it starts to feel like winter will never ever darken our doorways again, is just lovely. Chuck in some risotto and a nap and you're onto a winner.
    M x

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  3. This sounds like a great weekend for you guys.
    I spent mine looking after my nan (who has decided she is going to die this summer.......do not get me started on her), buying carpets and trying to clear our mess of a garden! No where near as much fun!

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