Saturday, 6 June 2015

#FitReaders Check-In: June 5, 2015 and DNFs


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Sat, 1,5 h bike
Sun, 1 h walk
Mon, 4 km bike, 1 h walk
Tue, 8 km bike, 1 h workout class
Wed, 4 km bike, 30 min walk
Thu, 4 km bike
Fri, 1 h walk, 4 km bike

Getting back on track. I wish I could bike more cos that would be better for my foot, but omg the winds never stop.

Sat bikeride

Sun

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More Dnfs, I love them, why? Why read crap?! You are not supposed to suffer while you read :)


Kiss an Angel:
The whole premise of this one just made me groan in despair. her father orders her to marry, she does it. She is a virgin. He is in a circus, I DNFed

Bond of darkness:
Meh

The conqueror:
Griffyn "Pagan" Sauvage, son of Christian Sauvage. Seriously, that alone was enough. But it got to be even more silly and I just could not.

All the queen's players:
I thought this was historical romance, but it was historical fiction. And hey I love both. But if I am to read historical fiction it needs to be good. This has a boring heroine, who was a follower, and I was all who cares.

Unchained:
Dnf, jos cos


32 comments:

  1. DNFs...grr! Beautiful places to walk and bike, though.

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  2. Love the pics. You had some nice workouts. I think we've had the same wind but its easy for me to walk than bike. Hope you can increase the bike time this week.

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    1. The wind has been so evil. I would have loved to bike more but when you can not even walk at times...

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  3. True, don't suffer while you read. Your bike ride route is beautiful.

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  4. Love that photo of the barn! What keeps you from biking more?

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    1. It turned out perfectly :)

      Oh my foot, chronic inflammation

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  5. Beautiful pictures and sorry the books didn't work for you

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  6. As always I love the photos from your bike rides and hikes. Bummer about all those DNFs. Have a lovely week

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  7. Great photos as always and 'why read crap' is one of my mottos.
    Enjoy your week.

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    1. LOL, I am glad I am not alone. So many struggle through book and then say they did not like them. Then why read them?

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  8. I totally forgot about my post this week. SO busy did overtime all week. Oh well.

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  9. I wanna ride with you your path for Sat

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  10. Wow, those pics are amazing!!! I wanna come (even though I can't quite stay on a bike... Last time I sprained my ankle during the fall!) Your exercising .... I have no words. You go, Linda! :D Sorry about the DNFs :\

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    1. Thank you :D

      Oh, that is bad, you need those kiddie wheels :)

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  11. Bummer on the reads. Not tried any of those. Such pretty pictures from your bike rides!

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  12. Good job on the exercising. Love the pictures! I'm sorry about all those DNFs, though.

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  13. Love the photos ... the red thatched house/barn looks cute. You're absolutely right, you should not suffer while reading :)

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    1. It turned out perfectly :D

      Totes!

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  14. Wow good job. And love those pics. :)

    I liked Kiss an Angel. Susan E.Philips always has those ridiculous plots that you have to read with tongue in cheek. But I loved the side characters from circus here. Especially the animals.

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    1. I think it would have worked better for me years go, now I was all COME ON

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  15. lol. Always enjoy the fun with the DNFs. Have a great week this week exercising!

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