Thursday, December 24, 2015

The Fairest Week In Review: 12/24

JENN: Merry Christmas Eve! And on that note: injury update! You first. How's the hip?

MOON: I think it's safe to say I'm good to go. I've run 3-4 times this week? I guess I won't know if it's completely good until I do a looooong run, but I figure it will take me enough time to build back up that it'll probably be fine by that point anyway.

JENN: Hey, if there's no pain so far, you're in good shape!

MOON: What about you?

JENN: Good, but also bad. The bad news is that I've decided to take the whole week off if an effort to heal my Achilles fully and completely. :/ This is bad because I hate not exercising and I have a marathon in less than a month, so the timing is not ideal.

The good news is that so far it seems to be working. As long as I stick to my guns and DO NOT give in to the temptation to run again prematurely, I think I'll be a-okay.

MOON: It sounds like a good plan!

JENN: I'll do some short runs after Christmas, and then some gentle medium runs the week after, and then WDW MARATHON TIME!

MOON: :D!

JENN: My finest thirtieth birthday present to myself.

MOON: It is definitely a well-suited gift.

JENN: Also well-suited? The roundup:

- Darlin' Rae ponders the reality of run streaking.
- Pink Elephant on Parade has tips on cramming all your Dopey needs into a single carryon.
- Mom's Magical Miles discovers the joys of Tom Sawyer Island. (Which is more than can be said for me. I'll try again someday...)
- The Main Street Gazette soaks in the holiday ambiance at Disney Springs.
- Walt Disney World for grownups offers some legit cute ways to propose at WDW.
- The Disney Tourist blog is offering a free Disney Christmas e-book.
- The Affordable Mouse points out some things that Disneyland has that WDW doesn't.
- Mouse on the MindAt Disney Again, and On the Go in MCO offer a retrospective of our nearly departed Osborne Lights.

Speaking of which: I want to end this post with a smattering of photos of the Osborne Lights. Farewell, dear friends. It was my pleasure to view you - and even run through you - on multiple wonderful occasions. Here's hoping you reappear elsewhere on property.




















Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

P.S. Don't forget my birthday is the day after Christmas. >.>

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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

In Which Jenn Receives An Influenster Vox Box

Wanna hear something weird? Influenster believes you are interested in my opinions! I can tell because, against all odds, they sent me their Spice Vox Box, full of stuff I did not pay for. I am nothing if not chock full of integrity, however, so you can be sure that the following thoughts are devoid of bias. You can tell because sometimes the things I say aren't complimentary; which is another way of saying this may be my last Vox Box. Time will tell!

So what was in this, my first and potentially final box? Well...



Good Health Veggie Stix - Made with broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, and the like, these are definitely a healthier alternative to potato chips. They're not a substitute texturally, and are strangely a little greasy, but if you're craving something salty it's not a bad pick. I wouldn't buy these on the regular but it would make a great road trip or airplane snack.

Not Your Mother's Whip It Up Mousse (FB) - This stuff comes out like whipped cream and smells like vanilla frosting. All major pros in my book but don't give it to your toddler unless you fancy a call to poison control. I've used it in my hair a couple times, applying it wet and then blowing dry, and it worked nicely enough, but I did not notice enough difference to label this a must-have or miracle product. I'd buy it on sale but not go out of my way for it.

Boots Botanics 81% Organic Hydrating Day Cream - I was skeptical of this product from the start, especially since my facial skin can be temperamental. The texture of this cream is thick in the jar but comes out on your fingers much thinner, which threw me off, and once soaked into my face I thought I detected a waxy residue. But having used it several days in a row, I found it really did leave my face looking pretty good, soft and even. And this next bit will be a love-or-hate thing for potential buyers: you can REALLY smell the rosehip oil. I loved the smell, which lingers on your face for a bit, but if you're sensitive to scents or prefer something more neutral, skip. Otherwise, give it a shot. Major bonus: cruelty-free!

Sinful Colors Nail Polish & Topcoat - I lasted painted my toenails... I want to say... two and a half years ago? And the last time I can actively remember painting my fingernails was in 8th grade. You could say I'm not the target market for this product, but I'll give them this: the deep, rich red they sent me ALMOST tempted me into trying it. Who knows; I might slap this on my toes someday. Further updates as events warrant, but until then I give this a hearty ???

Yogi Tea - I received two flavors, vanilla spice and tangerine. Neither are really in my wheelhouse (I'm a mint and/or green tea girl), but both did the job. I was not blown away by either flavor but the vanilla spice was excellent from a thematic perspective when I was wrapping Christmas presents. I recommend you add a little sugar to really bring out the vanilla notes.

Foot Petals Kill Kushionz - There were two models of shoe augmenters sent in these boxes, and of course I got the one I don't have much call to use: the one for heels. I don't wear heels much because a) I like to walk really fast and b) my boyfriend is max two inches taller than me and while neither of us care from a symbolic perspective if I'm taller it's not really conducive to good times if you're constantly addressing your words over your date's head, y'know? Next time I do bust out some heels, I'll let you know if these are worth the money. In the meantime, Foot Petals, if you want me to send those boot inserts, they would get a VERY THOROUGH REVIEW.

And now, saving the best for last...

Soapbox Soaps Coconut Shampoo & Conditioner - LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE. I'm not going to go into too much detail just yet because I'm trying to arrange a discount code or giveaway from the company earlyish next year, but suffice it to say you should buy some right now. It does nice things for my hair AND it's animal-safe, which is very important to me. Never looking back!

There you have it: a bunch o' opinions from me.

Have you tried any of these products? What did you think?

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Friday, December 18, 2015

Happy Friday: What, Like A Good Action Sequence Don't Belong In Christmas?

Hi there! Jenn here. I considered throwing another Disney Christmas carol at you for our final Happy Friday of the year. After all, it would be thematically appropriate in more ways than one. Instead, my heart won out over my head, and I am presenting you with a video that is unrelated to Disney, running, or anything else directly relevant aside from the holiday season. It may be wildly tangential, but it is also magnificent. So: grab hold of your socks and read on, Joel Robinson!


How long before it becomes a standard?

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Thursday, December 17, 2015

In Which Jenn Has The Loneliest Magic Band

Ever wonder what it looks like when you receive exactly one Magic Band? Well, it looks like this:


C'mon, Disney. You could at least throw some Mickey confetti in there, cheer up us lonely hearts. (Although actually I'm super excited and it's going to be a great race! Best self-birthday present ever!!!!)

SEE YOU AT THE WDW MARATHON. HOPE MY ACHILLES HOLDS UP.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Fairest Week In Review: 12/15

JENN: All right! What's the latest on your hip? Is it treating you better?

MOON: I tried running again last night! It only mildly hurts today. So I figure I don't run today, maybe try again tomorrow!

JENN: Seems like a wise plan. Not bothering you in every day life, then?

MOON: Only when moving quickly. XD And sleeping on that side is still really uncomfortable.

How's your Achilles tendon?

JENN: Eh. I mean, it's kinda better. It doesn't bother me much if at all when walking. Running or - God forbid - trying to take a ballet class, though...

I'm getting a little worried; the WDW Marathon is less than a month away now. If I don't see marked improvement soon I may have to just stop exercising beyond walking at ALL for a week or so and see if that does it. Which I know I maybe should have done already, but not exercising gives me anxiety. O.o

MOON: Yeah, I hear you. Yikes. What's the longest run you've had since it started bothering you?

JENN: Haha. Um. 13 miles. It was supposed to be 18, okay? I CUT BACK.

MOON: Ha! Well, the bright side is this: You've got PLENTY of time to finish the WDW Marathon. Worst thing to happen? You have to walk a portion of it.

JENN: This is 100% true. (Mostly.) But I don't WANT to. :/

MOON: I knnnnnow. What about your winter show? Has that happened yet?

JENN: The ballet show? Yeah, that was last month. It was fine. I danced through it. Been cutting back since then, though, as ballet as pretty demanding on the foot/ankle. I haven't been doing any jumps or rises on my right foot. There's no ballet for two weeks during winter break, so that'll help with the resting thing.

Dancing is very demanding.

Anyone have any advice for an angry Achilles?

Other than that, all I can do is distract myself with the roundup:

- The Runner's Guide to WDW considers proper recovery post-runDisney race.
- We Run Disney knows what's up when it comes to holiday eating.
- The Disney Blog visits The Ganachery in Disney Springs. I may need to stop by...
- Davelandblog highlights some weird vintage Disneyland promotional material.
- The Disney Tourist Blog recaps the most recent iteration of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party.

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Friday, December 11, 2015

The Fairest Trip Report Of All: Brown Derby Lounge Review

Last post of the trip report. :( Commentary from Elizabeth provided in red. Click here to read all the posts in this report. Onward!

Brown Derby Lounge, I hope you don't mind me telling you this, but: you were an accident.

Elizabeth and I were hot and tired that afternoon in Disney's Hollywood Studios. We were just looking for a bar that wasn't crowded. You - the little outdoor bar space attached to the Hollywood Brown Derby - had a line, but by that point we had given up. Turns out the line was just for the bar itself to grab a to-go drink, and when we saw a couple put their name down on a list for a table, we did the same.

ELIZABETH: I think that was the day after we had been in the park until 3am, and I'm pretty sure I was running on about 4.5 hours of sleep, so anything involving sitting was awesome. :)

Ten minutes later there we were at a hightop, perusing the menu. What happened to your champagne flight, Brown Derby Lounge? I really wanted to try it, but our server informed us that you didn't have it anymore. They did have a champagne cocktail, but it was awfully expensive for what I suspected would constitute a meager number of sips. So instead I went with the margarita flight.


It was a pretty good substitute, I'll give you that. The margaritas in question were classic (salt rim), pomegranate , and mango (sugar rims), and they were all good and had a decent kick - although I think you could've had a slightly heavier hand with the tequila, you know? A more than decent kick would be very welcome. I would order this again if I were in a sugary mood... but I might just get a full size classic margarita. I do love me some salt.

Elizabeth got a Manhattan, which I'm sure she will tell you all about here.

ELIZABETH: I didn't feel like getting something sweet, and I associate Manhattans with classy old film noirs, which seemed appropriate for Hollywood Studios. That being said, it was a little on the strong side for the my personal taste, but this was more the result of me wanting to get a drink I'd only sipped once before and not a fault of the bartender's. If you like whiskey, it's a good choice!

We supplemented our drinks with the charcuterie plate, which the menu did not describe in any detail but we knew we were at the very least getting meat and cheese, and what more do you really need? We wound up with the assortment below, including hard, soft, and strong cheeses, an interesting assortment of cured meats, mustard, pickles, an unknown pate, and accompanying hard bread (I want to say it was garlic?). It was by no means exotic fare, being comprised primarily of exactly what you would expect on a charcuterie plate that you might assemble yourself at home - but I enjoyed it. The cheese in particular was great; the strong blue variety grew on me.


ELIZABETH: Yes, I thought they had a good variety, though I do wish they'd provided a list of everything on the plate. That being said, we could have asked the waiter, and trying to figure out what kind of pate we were eating was fun! Also, I'm pretty sure I remember there being olives, which I love and are necessary for any decent charcuterie plate, in my opinion.

Overall, well done, Brown Derby Lounge. I'm glad we stumbled into you. I would be gladder if you brought back the champagne flight, though. Whaddya say?

ELIZABETH: I would totally get a champagne flight!

Have you been to the Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge?

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

In Which Jenn's Corral Concerns Are Really Shower Concerns

The WDW Marathon corral placements came out this week. I was worried.

See, I signed up late for the race. Like, unheard of late, for runDisney. So late that technically the proof of time submission deadline had passed. However, when filling out the form, I was still asked for a proof of time. And so the question became: would it count? Or would I be placed - gasp - in THE LAST CORRAL???

This concern was not purely of vanity, nor exclusively over a worry that I'd be crowded by walkers. No, it was mostly about the post-race shower.

This trip is a down-and-back for me; I fly down Saturday, hit the expo, go to bed, get up (hopefully), run the race, fly home. I only have my hotel room for one night. Getting a late check out is crucial for me, and even then, it only gives me until 1pm to finish the race, make it back to Pop Century, and shower. I can't afford to lose any time hanging around in the corrals waiting to start.

And so I was nervous when I clicked the link to get my race waiver and find out my number. Where would I fall?

H. I'm in corral H. PRAISE BE TO MICKEY!

My last two Marine Corps Marathons both came in juuuuuust under 5 hours. The race starts at 5:30am, so let's say for the sake of argument that I cross the start line around 6am. Assuming I maintain a similar pace, that means I'd finish around 11am - BUT. I want to build in another 30 minutes for character stops (which I only plan to do if I see someone AWESOME but I'm sure there'll be at least one), a potential ride on Everest if the timing works out, bathroom breaks if needed, and just for general safety. With a finish time of 11:30am, I should still be able to make it to my room and shower before the cutoff if I book.

All that remains to cement this perfect plan: that late checkout. Please let me have it, Pop Century! OR I SHALL HURL MYSELF INTO YOUR POOL.

Winnie the Pool Bear. AHAHAHAHA!!! (Please send help.)

How do you handle less-than-ideal post-race conditions?

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

The Fairest Week In Review: 12/09

JENN: How's your hip? Up to any running?!

MOON: Hahaha, soooo I went to the gym on Thursday. And the rest of the week the hip went back to being sad. So, yeah, kinda of. But not to a place where it's not painful. >_>

JENN: Yeah, I know what you mean. I've been resting on weekends and I seem pretty good but then I run and my Achilles is like AHAHAHA YOU HAVE NOT BESTED ME. Mind you, I've been running at least twice a week anyway. Because my Achilles ain't the boss of me!

MOON: Can you be boss of my hip? Tell it to play nice.

JENN: Oh, you can be the boss of yours. Just slap some Rock Tape on it and ignore anything further it has to say. But don't tell your doctor. And, uh, don't actually break your hip.

MOON: Haha, I will have to look up this Rock Tape, but I'm seriously doubting I can wrap my entire mid section.

JENN: I mean, you COULD. Whether it would do anything beyond make you into a mummy and rip any and all body hair off upon removal is up for debate.

MOON: I have a feeling running will be an experiment in what it's like to be a penguin.

JENN: Everyone loves penguins!


Well, I hope your hip feels better!

MOON: Thank you! I hope your Achilles heel heals. ba-dum-cha!

JENN: Haha, nice. Also nice? The roundup.

- Sparkly Ever After ran the Castaway Cay 5K!
- Fairytales & Fitness makes a holiday running playlist.
- We Run Disney preps for the WDW Marathon. See you there!
- Live, Run, Grow offers a great holiday runner's gift guide...
- ...and Pink Elephant on Parade has this alternate take.
- Meanwhile, Disney Tourist Blog has some great gifts for Disney people.
- EPBOT explores the new Indiana Jones bar in Disney Springs.
- Living a Disney Life considers what it will take to survive a Christmas Disney holiday.

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Friday, December 4, 2015

The Fairest Trip Report Of All: Whispering Canyon Cafe Review

The trip report is over, but I still have one or two food reviews in me. Specifically: two; and here is the first. Commentary from Elizabeth provided in red. Click here to read all the posts in this report. Onward!

Whispering Canyon Cafe! This one's been on my Disney bucket list for some time. Although I doubt I'll ever be hungry enough for one of their famous bottomless skillets, I appreciate straws as projectiles.

Let's back up. For those who are unfamiliar with resort restaurants, Whispering Canyon is a casual sit-down restaurant in the Wilderness Lodge where the servers are allowed to mess with you. Like, they can't smack you in the face or anything, but they will do things like make everyone in the entire restaurant bring you their bottles if you ask for ketchup. And throw straws, like I said. That kind of thing. Think Prime Time, only it's your prankster buddies instead of your domineering relatives.

ELIZABETH: As someone who once ate a meal at Dick's Last Resort, which is also famous for messing with the diners, I found it much more fun and lighthearted, but maybe that's because most of the shtick at Dick's revolves around sexual innuendo, which can get...weird, really fast.  Anyway, it was a good time!

That being said, they do give you a coaster that allows you to indicate to what degree you wish to enjoy the festivities - see below. The opposite side allows you to indicate that you wish to "watch from the fence," but really, I think if that's your preference you should just go eat somewhere else, you no-fun time-ruiner.


International sign for ALL THE KETCHUP

One more thing before we get to the review - as I mentioned in my trip report, the check-in desk will not repeat not give you your buzzer until the whole party has assembled. You're not really in the line until you've got your buzzer. Just so's you know.

Okay, so, food! We were there for breakfast, which I am informed is not as rowdy as dinner but I like breakfast food so there you are. When I say "we" I mean the blogger summit - Kellie, Nicole, Rae, and Kim - plus Kellie's sister and Elizabeth.

I want to say our server was Keenan? Kenan? Kieran? Definitely began with a K. Anyway, he was super nice and adorable and ribbed us gently without being obnoxious, which I imagine is quite the line Whispering Canyon servers spend their lives walking. (We tried to pick him up for you, Lisa, but he said he couldn't handle more Disney in his life so we said PASS.)

ELIZABETH: Man, now I wish I could remember exactly what his name was...

First on the docket: drinks. Elizabeth and I went with coffee - just fine - but I'm a little sad I didn't join a bunch of my tablemates in bottomless milkshakes. Rae was kind enough to let me sample her caramel shake before passing it over and it was pretty impressive - VERY thick.

ELIZABETH: Yeah, if I had to do it again I would get a lighter meal and spring for the milkshake as well.

We also received water, as Kenan (let's just call him Kenan) had discovered that most of us were running the half that night. He led us in a group hazing of one of the other servers, who we screamed at to hydrate. Good Disney fun!

Speaking of passing drinks around: Kenan came up with a tray of our drinks and... I don't quite remember how it happened, but he plunked the tray down on the table next to me and left. Assuming the was part of the shtick, I proceeded to distribute the aforementioned drinks. Only to have Kenan  return a moment later and say, "Hey, who did my job?" Please note: waiters at Whispering Canyon do not go so far as to make you serve yourself.

ELIZABETH: As I remember it, he was distracted by another server who needed help and said something along the lines of "I'll be right back!" but I was thirsty, so it seemed easiest to just help myself to some water. :)

Next up: food! Elizabeth and I selected two entrees to quasi-share, the Belgian waffle and the banana bread french toast, both with bacon. The latter was primarily Elizabeth's but I did try a few bites, and in a word: WOAH. This is some serious sugar. And I say that as a person who has finished more than half of a carrot cookie all on her own in the space of like fifteen minutes, so I know sugar. And this was... well, it was bananas. AHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Shut up.


ELIZABETH: It was delicious, but MAN was it heavy. Proceed with caution, and I say this as someone who loves her some banana bread.


I wisely went with the Belgian waffle because WAFFLES, and was delighted to discover upon its arrival that it was a MICKEY WAFFLE. A full-sized Mickey waffle for me! Glorious!

This was of course perfect and wonderful because somehow, for all their other culinary idiosyncrasies, Disney has figured out how to make a flawless waffle every. Time. I went for the ears first; when Kenan (although now I'm thinking it might have been Kieran?) came around, he informed me he liked to go for the eyes, so I dutifully cut those out next. And that, my friends, is how you spot a budding serial killer...


Your ears you keep and I'll tell you why.

The bacon was pretty good. I mean, it was bacon. Many strips, decent size, not too limp or transparent as is sometimes the case. No complaints.

In a nutshell: solid breakfast food, fun servers, would dine again. Maybe try dinner and see if it really is more raucous?

Have you been to the Whispering Canyon Cafe? What did you think?

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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

In Which Jenn Dreams About runDisney Again

GUYS. I HAD ANOTHER RUNDISNEY NIGHTMARE.

It started out innocuously enough. I was at next year's Wine & Dine Half. I went to the expo. I loved, I laughed, I lived. Went to my hotel. Futzed around. It was 6pm. Suddenly I realized - I had left the expo without ever picking up my bib.

I mean, who needs it?

What followed was a madcap series of dream vignettes that included such activities as attempting to go back to the expo even though I knew it was closed, then dashing about the race itself trying to find some authority who could, I don't know, bestow upon me a random new bib. Because I can only imagine they have those lying around at the start line. (Do they have such things lying around at the start line? Any information would be welcome.)

Given the newfound portentous nature of my race nightmares, this has me worried. If you see me at the Wine & Dine Half 2016 expo, check that I have my bib. If I don't, SMACK ME ACROSS THE FACE.


Do you have running nightmares? Are they as ridiculous as mine?

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Fairest Week In Review: 12/01

JENN: Okay! Injury updates! You first. Running? Stretching? Not actively dying?

MOON: Haha, still can't run. Hip is good enough to almost do things like normal, but still hurt enough to hurt all the time because I am doing most things like normal? If that makes sense.

JENN: Yeah, I get exactly what you mean - your hip is saying STOP THAT but you're replying with a firm I DO WHAT I WANT.

MOON: Yeah! By the end of the day I feel every step I take. :(

JENN: But it's getting better, right?

MOON: Yeah, just taking its time.

JENN: Well, as long as the improvement is steady - that's what counts.

MOON: Are you back to running yet?

JENN: Kinda. I'm sort of doing the same thing - I went for two runs last week, although I probably shouldn't have gone on any, or at least the first one... but the second one was pretty okay?

I've been resting it all weekend, though, and I'm feeling pretty good today. I'm going to go for a short-to-medium run tomorrow morning, and I would be VERY happy if I came away with no resurfacing pain. Here's hoping!

I just got a free water bottle with a built in infuser, so overall things are looking up, anyway. I'm soaking grapefruit as we speak.

MOON: WELL.CAN'T ARGUE WITH GRAPEFRUIT.

JENN: YOU REALLY CAN'T.


MOON: Well, I hope we're both back to running soon. I really miss it.  But, since I'm still somewhat couch-bound for part of the day, it's great for the cats. Always looking on the bright side. Thhhhhhat's me.

JENN: Yay cats! (Moon has a new kitten!!!)

Not as good as cats: the roundup.

- The Runner's Guide to WDW explains how to runDisney through a charity.
- Pink Elephant on Parade points out that not everything about running is puppies and rainbows. (Although it really should be.)
- Drunk at Disney enjoys the Christmas decorations at Trader Sam's.
- Mouse on the Mind has assembled a glorious Disney gift list.
- Disney Every Day highlights a super cute Magic Band wreath.
- The Disney Hipsters visit the Writer's Stop and throw shade at my carrot cake cookie. MORE FOR ME. (Also, is it really going to go?!)
- WDW for Grownups has Thanksgiving dinner at Chef Mickey's.

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