Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers. Hello friends, happy Sunday. How was your weekend?

Over the last couple of weeks, I have been enjoying getting back into running again. It has been really hard work and I have been worn out but enjoying it at the same time too.

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers:

Today I am sharing some fun photos from one of our runs in the rain last week, starting with some beautiful flowers that have been rained on. Love raindrops on flowers.

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Summer flowers
Pretty flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
flowers with rain drops
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
flowers in black and white
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Rained On Flowers

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers:

So many beautiful flower photos to be taken here but I was in a rush as I do not like to stop once I'm running. Just in case I can not start running again!! 
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
hill reps
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
hill reps
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers

Hill reps were hard work but I manage to do 6 so all was good!! Well, I think it was. I could not move my legs, I could not run very fast and I could not breathe at the top so I think I did my best. 

But as they say, What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger! Hopefully anyway😁😍🤩.

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers
Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers

Running In The Rain And Some Rained On Flowers: What I Wore:

On my morning run, we stopped for a few photos around this cool tree. (Does anyone else talk like a baby to their dog? Or is it just me?). .
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I said, "who look Mollie a butterfly" in the squeakiest baby voice you could ever imagine when I was walking to the tree and turn around and there was a park worker just walking by that I didn't see. 

He gave me a smile and nodded his head and gave me a sympathetic look. I felt so daft I wanted to disappear, lol. Oh well, it made me smile/cringe all day. Whoo, look Mollie a butterfly...

What I Wore: Top: Karrimor c/o Karrimor Ammbassodor | Leggings : Nike c/o JD Sports | Trainers: Nike

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75 comments

  1. wow all of your flowers are so pretty! That tree is super cool too. Glad you had a great week of running. Thanks for linking up with us

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    1. Thanks for hosting and stopping by Deborah :)

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  2. They're so crazy those flowers - south American?(the orange ones?) I'd love those in the garden!

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    1. Thanks Lydia. They are beautiful. I am not sure what they are called or where they are from but I'd love to have them in my garden too.

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  3. I love running in the rain. Welcome back to running!

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  4. Fabulous that you're getting back into running, well done! I love those flower shots and it looks so beautiful there, even in the rain. Visiting from #lifethisweek

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  5. Hills are always hard but you always feel so great after they are done!

    Love all the photos of the flowers along your run - so pretty!

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    1. Thanks :) I felt good even tough not as fast as I would have liked :)

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  6. I love noticing new things when I'm out for my walks. And a great range of flowers on your run! Hope you're recovering well from all those hill reps :)

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    1. Thank you. I can not help stopping to take photos along the way :)

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  7. Ugh I hate hills so well done! Gorgeous pics of the flowers and well done also for exercising in the rain. I finally went on a couple of walks this past week but used the rain as an excuse on a couple of days!

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    1. Thank you. I'm not good at getting out in the rain or hills so it was nice to get it done :)

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  8. Those are some amazing flowers! I run occasionally but am not a fan and hills are the worst!

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  9. Great pics - I recognised lupins and the orange spikey flowers are called 'red hot pokers' Looked like a lovely park - and yes I definitely talk to all my animals!

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    1. Hi Sharon, whoo thanks for telling me what these flowers are called, I would love some for my garden :)

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  10. Good for you with the runs! The flowers all look gorgeous and I love your new work out kit!

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  11. loving all the colourful flowers <3

    I have such a love-hate relationship with hills! I really hate that kind of workout but love how after a while it really helps improve my running. Well done!

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    1. Thanks Renee, yes me too. I try to keep away from them but when I run with my husband he always finds hills!!

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  12. All those flowers look so beautiful! I haven't done hill repeats (on a grassy hill) in a long time. I'm looking forward to adding those back in to my training now that all of my 5K time trials are done.

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    1. Thanks Kim. I am just getting back into hill reps at the minute :)

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  13. Ha ha ha, oh what the heck, who cares. As long as you had fun! Lovely flowers btw.

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    1. Ha, you can see my embarrassment in my photos near the tree :)

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  14. Wow! You were doing hill reps??? Good for you. Beast mode (and I mean that in the best way possible)! I love running in the rain. Something about the air during a rainstorm. I draw the line, however, at running during a thunderstorm. Thanks for sharing the beautiful flower pics!

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    1. Thank you. I am slowly adding a few hills into my runs. I've a long way to go yet before I add them in regularly :)

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  15. Loving those flowers - especially in the dull light the colours are so vibrant. I'm not a runner but I do enjoy walking in the rain.

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    1. Thank you. I miss taking lots of photos with lockdown but can't wait to start traveling again to get more photos :)

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  16. Gorgeous flowers! We don't have anything like those in Florida. I love those tree trunk carvings too.

    I speak to my dogs like babies, too. I wouldn't have been embarrassed in the least.

    Great job!

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  17. That tree with the butterfly carved into it is incredible!

    Most of the time I don't talk to the dogs as if they were babies. There's a lot more "leave it, Lola" (I swear she thinks that's her name), and "stop pushing Lola, Bandit" going on, LOL!

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  18. Those cone looking flowers 🌸 🌹 💐 (don't know what they are called) are so pretty!

    I like your hair all different ways. It's nice to change it up at times.

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    1. Beautiful flowers, aren't they. I would love these in my garden :)

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  19. Glad you have been able to get back into running! All those flowers are so pretty. Hill repeats are no joke- great job!

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  20. Wow, to the photos and all you are doing fitness-wise. I hope, when you link up again to my Life This Week link up you get a chance to comment on my post too. Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek and I look forward to seeing you again next Monday when the optional prompt is 26/51 Best Time Of Day. 29.6.2020 Take care, Denyse.

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  21. I could look at those gorgeous flowers all day! Well done on getting back into running!

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  22. Ilove all the flowers! So pretty. I think the rain makes them even prettier. Great job getting back to running! I do know that it's hard!

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  23. Hi Claire,

    Nice to get to know you <3 I don't know where you live, but those Kniphofia plantings stole my heart. They are seldom seen in Finland, imported as cutflowers for florist use. Congratuletions on your running. Tough job, but afterwards you feel so good! Have a pleasant weekend.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I live in Nottingham-shire :)

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  24. Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 13, open June 1 to 26. All party entries shared if social media buttons installed.

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  25. Beautiful flower photos!It's great how you run and see everything there is in the area!
    Greetings Elke

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  26. Gosh, I wish I could find the energy to run! Great flower photos #KCACOLS

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  27. Flowers and being able to run are certainly things to be thankful for! Thanks for linking up to the Ten Things of Thankful blog hop this week! (www.tenthingsofthankful.blogspot.com)

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    1. Thanks for hosting and stopping by Kristi :)

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  28. Well done for getting back into it. I keep telling myself to do the same. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.

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  29. The flowers are gorgeous, but I hate to see all the carvings on the trees. I have a deep affection for trees and always feel sad when I see them damaged or dying or cut down.
    Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/06/sink-drink.html

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  30. The flowers are really beautiful! I'm thinkin' that running in the rain beats running in 90 degree weather, at least it would be for me! Hoping you have aa grand week!

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  31. Lovely flowers, great place for a jog.

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  32. Beautiful flowers! I have started running again a little bit now that my leg is better. And walking more!
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    1. Thank lovely. Aww I hurt my knee at Christmas so I am only just getting back into running too.

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    1. I agree. It makes me feel loads better once I had a run :)

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  34. Well done on getting out there and running - I wish I had your energy! Your photographs are beautiful, stunning vibrant colours in the flowers. Really lovely! #KCACOLS

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  35. That's a great British word daft! Love the flowers it looks like you run in a gorgeous part of the world!
    Gotta run!
    Wren x

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  36. lovely photos! im not a runner at all but walk a lot. during lockdown we've created a rainbow grid over on instagram -so merging through all the colours that we've spotted locally! it's been fun and made us open our eyes to what is right in front ! #kcacols

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