MOON: So..... We're back, yeah.
JENN: It's cold here. I want to go back to Disneyland. :(
MOON: I want to burrow in a volcano.
JENN: That sounds delightful. You have always wanted to go to Hawaii.
MOON: I hate adjusting to life after a trip. Especially when the temperature difference is 75 degrees.
JENN: Indeed. I'm actually looking at hostel prices in various European countries in the hopes of further delaying the onset of real life.
MOON: If you could go to any COLD country right now, where would you go?
JENN: Cold? Norway. It's on my shortlist. The springs are hot, the men are tall, and the horses have mohawks.
|Sweet, sweet mohawks. (Source)|
JENN: I do. But Dublin would be cheaper and I like the cadence of their speech, so the jury's still out.
MOON: I'd be nearby in Denmark.
JENN: They do have Tivoli. I learned that in Number the Stars! Good book.
MOON: So, what of last week shall we discuss? We had a lot going onnnn.
JENN: We did! We'll have a race recap and Disneyland recaps later this week, of course.
MOON: Of course.
JENN: But now that we're back, have you been for a run since?
JENN: ME TOO!
MOON: I went for a short 5K the morning after we returned. Worked on speed, did well! It was cold.
JENN: Outside?! Lordy.
MOON: I didn't run outside, haha! But, I had to walk there from my apartment... >_>
JENN: Bad enough. I went for a run on Thursday and gave myself the option of stopping early... naturally I had a GREAT run.
JENN: It was awesome, but I was like WHERE WAS THIS ENERGY DURING THE RACE?!
MOON: Probably still sleeping.
JENN: This is a good point. The Wine and Dine Half in November will be at night. FINALLY, people start to do things in accordance with my internal clock.
MOON: Is this happening on a Saturday or a Sunday? I'll probably forget ANYWAY, BUT...
JENN: Haha, I'm pretty sure it'll be a Sunday as per usual. Any good music during your run?
MOON: I kept my playlist from the Tinker Bell Half going. I was hoping I could relive past glory to keep me motivated while running, cold, on the saaaad treadmill. It worked!
JENN: Nice! I listened to "Touch the Sky" from Brave for two hours/11.5 miles on loop. What can I say? I'm as strong as the sea is stormy.
MOON: Haaaa, very good! I believe we had a Twitter conversation going on about this.
JENN: Yes, you suggested that people dare us to try to run for X amount of time ONLY listening to Y song. I am intrigued. And a little scared... Let me just say right now that I DON'T DO LINKIN PARK.
MOON: Same, don't give me that. It's gotta be BALLSY, people, or we're not doing this!
JENN: So let's hear it, no doubt vast and untapped readership! Hit us in the comments!
And on that note: roundup. I am now EXTRA behind on my blog reading, so as always, if you have a post you'd think I'd like don't hesitate to comment with the link.
- The DisBroads discuss that age-old runDisney dilemma - PR or pictures?
- Over at Fairytales and Fitness, it's time to get organized!
- Pink Elephant on Parade considers the sobering fact that the Dopey Challenge is really expensive. And yet here I am, seriously pondering it...
- Prairie Princess Runners enumerate ways to avoid unhealthy snacking. Totally agree about #4.
- Elbowglitter has a wonderful story of running inclusiveness. I haven't tried much of his method, but everything I read about Jeff Galloway makes him seem pretty awesome.
- Running at Disney has the scoop on being a voluntEAR.
- Not to beat a dead movie, but The Disney Project has come out with a great podcast about Escape from Tomorrow. Spoiler alert: they didn't like it either.
Don't forget, you can follow us on Twitter @fairestrunofall. To see how our training is going, check out Jenn's dailymile here and Moon's dailymile here. If you have any questions for us, leave a comment or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See ya real soon!