The Fairest Week In Review: 3/04

Running wild

Hey guys! Still no Moon this week, but she’s thinking of you and still into the running thing! She says:

Did you hear about the woman who won the world marathon challenge? 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents. Apparently she wore compression socks for that entire 7 day competition. She also won ALL OF THEM. Talk about over achieving!

Well. That is definitely impressive. I have not myself been doing anything half so impressive on the running front, but the weekly mileage counts are creeping up, however slowly, so that’s something! And since I perform my training runs solo, you could say I, too, win ALL OF THEM.

Or not.

Sometime it’s a hard slog, though. And when that happens, y’know what keeps me going? Daydreaming about my next runDisney race, of course! Registration for the Wine & Dine Half opens on Tuesday, and you’d better BELIEVE I’m signing up the second the clock hits noon. I may even be dragging a friend in with me – we’ll see how well I sell it over the weekend.

And on that happy note: the roundup!

Back At Square Zero discusses the importance of scaling back now and again.
Fit2Flex participates in runDisney kids races.
The Magic of Running tries a new trail.
Running at Disney tries the Pasta in the Park party.
Jambo Everyone gets crunk at DAK.
– Morning the loss of the bacon cupcake at this year’s F&G Festival? Main Street Gazette has you covered with the recipe.
This Fairytale Life has afternoon tea at The Disneyland Hotel.
Walt Disney World for Grownups enjoys WDW’s peanut butter treats.
My Disney Addiction is back with another trip report!

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