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Mar 2013
8:44am, 20 Mar 2013
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A lifting of the hibernation fog induced by the long, dark winter months. When the evenings are light I have so much more motivation and energy.
Mar 2013
8:59am, 20 Mar 2013
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it's snowing
Mar 2013
9:36am, 20 Mar 2013
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Little Nemo - slightly broken
I normally never look forward to BST, you lose an hour when the clocks change and I'm not a big of summer as it's too hot. But this year as it's been so cold and grey for so long I am actually looking forward to the lighter evenings. And I wouldn't mind a bit of sunshine and heat for once either!

I'm not running at the moment (stupid knee!) but it will be easier cycling in daylight and my walks home can be a bit more varied now I won't be doing them in the dark.

Huzzah \0/
Mar 2013
10:49am, 20 Mar 2013
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I'm looking forward to leaving work in the daylight and getting home in the daylight and not having to wear my hi-vis jacket when I leave for a run.

Being able to see the actual path I am running on is also good so I don't trip or fall.

Being able to run in local parks. I won't do that in the dark as you never know who might be lurking in the dark.

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