Being made to sit in a cool, dark room with a continuous rattling noise might have been a punishment, but since this is work I consider it pleasant. There are 5 minute gaps between the times I need to take readings, so can perform some of the stretches prescribed for me by the physio.
And write short blogposts.
My right knee (the main complainer) is definitely better to run, but still hurts at other times. A quick check after a couple of minutes stretching suggests things are less crunchy-clicky than sometimes, though I suspect tomorrow morning will tell a different story. Whatever, young Caitlin at Pea Green has done a remarkable job getting me to run faster. Plus over time with more running I've been aware of becoming less flexible and with decreased mobility in joints, and her (occasionally bruising) efforts to push things back in place seems to be beneficial to that too.
Had a good Skype conversation with our friends in Bos-herz last night about the trip for the run, and rather looking forwards to it now.
Note to self - DO NOT assume that posts from the phone look the same when live. :p