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  Redhead
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10:04 15.03.2019
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Angelina is right, the judges this year preferred classic choreography. Last year it was contemporary. That was the reason. But it is not her last competition and not the first. It was her first choreography competition. This is a very hard one, cause she is 10 years old, Charles — 12 and they had to design their dance themselves from start to finish, choose the music, etc. It is very hard to be your own choreographer — from start to finish. It is not the same as dancing a pre prepared piece choreographed by someone else. This is very different. You have to use a lot of your own imagination, etc.
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10:07 15.03.2019
P. S. I am deleting that post, as it is quite personal.

Today I am the one needing luck. I have a charity running event and I feel completely unprepared. But already told our running team — I am in, not pulling out of it. It is a half marathon. Normally I would prepare for it, but this time with the new job — I haven't done any running at all, so — very nervous. But I am gonna go and do my best. I take these events very seriously you see. Have a great day).
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11:52 15.03.2019
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> Today I am the one needing luck. I have a charity running event and I feel completely unprepared. But already told our running team — I am in, not pulling out of it
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I wish you luck. I understand you quite well. When I went to a swimming pool after my birthday I realised that I can't do my regular routine (1 km half breaststroke/half front crawl). So I had to switch to breaststroke only
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> The pubs here are a lot more spectacular
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Well, there are a lot of spectacular pubs in Moscow too, but we deliberately went to a place where we can drink beer, watch football and shout something not very polite from time to time You can also play football related video games for free in that pub as well
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12:08 15.03.2019
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> Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
>> Today I am the one needing luck. I have a charity running event and I feel completely unprepared. But already told our running team — I am in, not pulling out of it
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>I wish you luck. I understand you quite well. When I went to a swimming pool after my birthday I realised that I can't do my regular routine (1 km half breaststroke/half front crawl). So I had to switch to breaststroke only
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I am completely unfit at the moment. But I have been involved in long distance running for 15 years now, so I will be able to do a half marathon — no problem. I am just scared of ripping a ligament on my left ankle which was injured before, the last thing I need is to go to work wearing an orthopaedic boot (I had to do it at one point a couple of years ago). The event is at 2 pm today.


Today is a huge charity day in the UK - it is called Red Nose Day. Comic Relief. All my kids went to school wearing red noses. I am wearing a red nose T shirt for my running event today. https://www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday
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12:12 15.03.2019
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> Well, there are a lot of spectacular pubs in Moscow too
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Your pubs in Moscow — no matter how spectacular are not proper English pubs, cause there is no history.



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12:17 15.03.2019
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> I wish you luck.
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Thank you.
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Your usual routine is 1 km of swimming? That's pathetic mate, honestly. I do at least 5 miles each time I run — at least!!! (on a good week it is usually 3 or 4 times a week), 5 miles is approx. 8 kilometres.
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13:32 15.03.2019
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>> I wish you luck.
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>Thank you.
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> When I went to a swimming pool after my birthday I realised that I can't do my regular routine (1 km half breaststroke/half front crawl). So I had to switch to breaststroke only
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>Your usual routine is 1 km of swimming? That's pathetic mate, honestly. I do at least 5 miles each time I run — at least!!! (on a good week it is usually 3 or 4 times a week), 5 miles is approx. 8 kilometres.
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I wish I could swim as fast as you run mate
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13:33 15.03.2019
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>> Well, there are a lot of spectacular pubs in Moscow too
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> Your pubs in Moscow — no matter how spectacular are not proper English pubs, cause there is no history.
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Sure, we have museums for dat
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13:43 15.03.2019
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> I wish I could swim as fast as you run mate
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I can run for a long time honestly. But I don't look that great after a run. This is me after a two hour run in the gym (I will delete the pic after you read this post) This is well after I injured my ankle for the first time — that was not in any running event, just running in the Battersea park
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13:50 15.03.2019
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>>> Well, there are a lot of spectacular pubs in Moscow too
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Yeah, but living in Britain is like living in one big museum you know. You know the furniture and paintings they have in the Vand A for instance (Victoria and Albert Museum) — my mother in law has more or less the same in her house. It is like Antique Road Show in her house and there are zillions of houses like this here and pubs and all that.



Anyway, I am off now — getting ready for the running event.
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13:50 15.03.2019
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> Anyway, I am off now — getting ready for the running event.
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See you
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21:55 15.03.2019
I have done it !!!! I did a half marathon. I will be totally paralyzed tomorrow, but who cares?
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> I have done it !!!! I did a half marathon. I will be totally paralyzed tomorrow, but who cares?
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Congrats and get well!)
I'm going to visit my godson and his parents. Have a nice day
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>> I have done it !!!! I did a half marathon. I will be totally paralyzed tomorrow, but who cares?
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>Congrats and get well!)
> I'm going to visit my godson and his parents. Have a nice day
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Good plan, Stan (sorry, this is just a silly saying we have here).
We are off to Sheffield for the day (also a family visit, not a good one — a family member died, the funeral is next week, but we are just gonna show our faces to support them), coming back to London tonight.
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