Lego_Vik

A paean of praise for my wonderful DH

I just want to say how happy I am to be married to my DH. It's all the little things he does that are so nice that make me so happy... buying me flowers when I got back from my recent trip to San Francisco, spending hours talking to me last night about a geeky work-related issue I was trying to get my head round, planning nice cycling trips at the weekend (for Cambridge people I really recommend the ride to/around Nine Wells)... *happy sigh* I know it's sickening still to be so happy/couply/whatever after 5 years of marriage (Sunday was 7 years since we got engaged!) but I just can't help it. He's so lovely :-)
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Good for you! And it's not sickening at all.

How long a ride is it BTW? I'm still getting as many miles in as possible at the moment in practice for the London-Cambridge ride and it's nice to have hints about where to go!
The start of the ride is about 3 miles out of Cambridge (depending on where you start from :-)) just out past Addenbrookes along the Babraham road. From there it's a circular ride of about another 3 miles, plus a walk around the Nine Wells themselves. Although that doesn't sound very long, most of the ride is "off road" along mud/grass tracks through fields, so it's heavier going than road riding (and I had to get off and walk for part of it). DH found the details at the Cambridge Corner website at http://www.plcane.clara.net/cambridge/ (the specific one we did is http://www.plcane.clara.net/cambridge/ninewell.htm ). The directions are pretty good by and large but we did get very slightly lost on the last part of the circle :-)
Ah right, my bike just isn't built for offroading, so I'll have to give that one a miss. Shame, it sounds nice.
Awwwwww!
You are TOO cute, and no, I don't think it's sickening at all. :-) We make people want to gag all the time, and while we've been married only two years, we've been together for over seven (I think...) so I know what you mean. :-)