The Fairest Trip Report Of All: 6/25

Toy Story boxes

JENN: Happy six months to Christmas! So how was your week in running?

MOON: If you had asked, “So how was your week in PACKING?” my answer would have been “Wonderful!!!” I met my box-a-day quota twofold.

It’s been crazy-hot outside and I don’t belong to a gym at present, so running has been taking a lower placement on my list of priorities. Although, July should see me up and going again. I actually really miss it. When I come home from work I think, “I wish I could go for a run…”

JENN: Yeah, it’s pretty brutal out there. You have to get up WAY early if you want to make an outdoor run of it. But hey, packing can be a workout too!

MOON: Tell me about it. Especially when you are packing with minimal air conditioning, haha.

JENN: I hope the air conditioning is strong where you’re going!

MOON: Thanks! How was your running this week?

JENN: Oh, much better. For starters, I wasn’t super sick. Score!I did two speed runs and they actually weren’t bad. I’m gonna try to keep incorporating them at least once a week.

MOON: Yay!! Glad you are better. 🙂

JENN: One final note: WDW Marathon registration is currently at 78%. Merely a fact I thought I’d throw out there.

MOON: Thank you for the update!

JENN: Something to ponder while we go to the roundup.

Darlin’ Rae runs with and without people.
Elbowglitter ponders fatlogic.
Mom’s Magical Miles knows where to find races that dial down the scary time limits.
Just Me & My Running Shoes reviews Port Orleans Riverside. (Where I stayed for Dopey!)
A Pinch of Pixie Dust tries ALL the Star Wars Weekend cupcakes.
Living a Disney Life gets pirate’d up.
Mouse on the Mind visits Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto.
The Disney Hipsters rightly mourn the loss of plastic cheese at WDW.

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  1. Thanks for the link! And great roundup – some stuff I haven't seen here!

    (And Jenn, I may have mentioned this, but if you're interested, I am a Stella & Dot stylist and I will do online shows and donate 100% of my proceeds from the show to your charity for fundraising. Give me a holler if you're interested or want to know more. I do it for my own fundraising and because being a stylist gets me a jewelry discount, so I like to share the love.)

  2. All I have is my S&D page –

    My "take" is around 25% of the sale and I'll just donate that to your fundraiser as soon as the show ends. What I usually do is setup a FB group and post in it once a day with stuff about the jewelry. But you can just post the shopping links online and encourage others to buy too (or do both). When I did my Facebook show, I made about $350 for my fundraising. (And you'll get hostess rewards, which you can keep or do what I have done – use the rewards to buy items, then list them on eBay for additional fundraising.) Grab me on Twitter if you want more details since I'm more likely to see that (@elbowglitter)

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