I was a bit wobbly for a few minutes and needed a rest while the pain in my finger started to make itself known and I checked over for any cuts. No bleeding, just a bit of scuffing on one elbow and a skinned, bruised and swollen finger, which still looks a bit on the deformed side 12 hours later. My bike time to work was a healthy 42 minutes even including falling off and dusting down for a bit, so no worries there either.
It was bound to happen at some point, and in the grand scheme of things it was pretty innocuous. Yes, I'm a bit tired after the extra adrenaline rush and following wobbliness and ohboy did I need lots of tea when I got to work, but a bumped finger and lightly scraped elbow is a good get-away. Oh and my bike seat got knocked out of alignment, which took 15 seconds and a couple of twists with an Allen key to fix. No harm done at all.
I'd like to thank the bus driver for being a gentleman and Mr TOTKat for dusting me down and making sure I was OK.
Otherwise, today was pretty uneventful so I decided to tack an extra 5km onto the journey home as the weather was nice...
B - MP Total Breakfast with frozen blueberries and skimmed milk
S - greek yogurt with strawberries and Dorset Cereals muesli
S - banana
L - lettuce, sweet pepper, cherry tomatoes, celery, chicken breast and avocado with lemon juice and black pepper
S -Starbucks skinny Caramel Macchiato
S - cottage cheese with Dr Karg crispbread
D - beef chilli with baked beans and a couple of glasses of wine
|Calories (kcal) |
[kcals to maintain weight (inc. exercise)
|Protein (g)||175.7 (32.9%)|
|Carbohydrate (g)||214.4 (37.7%)|
|Fat (g)||44.8 (18.9%)|
|Fruit & Veg||13.2|
Glad your ok! I guess it is a bit of a hazard when cycling to work, I suppose it helps you to be better prepared if anything happens again, although hopefully not. Good that the driver was nice, they can be arseholes at times! - you should have seen me cycling when I was on my holidays I kept falling off all the time trying to avoid stupid people walking on the cycle paths!ReplyDelete