The Fairest Week In Review: 10/04

Roller coaster of emotion

Ahhh, tapering. The wonderful concept that has kept my runs short for like a month. (Okay, one of those low mileage weeks was vacation’s fault but whatever.) Post National Capital 20 Miler I took it pretty darned easy. This week I ramp it back up only to begin setting it back down in preparation for the Marine Corps Marathon. Fall race season is such a roller coaster!

How it went down:

Sunday | National Capital 20 Miler, 20.04 miles in 3:46

Monday | rest
Well, I helped my friend Lucy do some moving, which is not 100% restful per se, but it was still largely an active rest day.

Tuesday | walked 2.42 miles outside in 40 minutes; 70 minute ballet class

Wednesday | ran 5.33 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes

Thursday | walked 2.02 miles outside in 35 minutes; 70 minute ballet class
In the rain, because I’m hardcore (and have a giant awesome bubble umbrella).

Friday | ran 5.36 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes

Saturday | rest
I went to a college football game. Are you aware that football is just as if not more boring in person as it is on television? Tailgating is kinda fun though. Are you allowed to just do that part?

Okay, roundup time!

why I runDisney lets pragmatism take a hand in race registration.
Elbowglitter finished a Ironman triathlon!
Disney In Your Day recaps the Disneyland Paris Half. Jealous!
Disney Travel Babble got to tour Walt’s actual office. Major Saving Mr. Banks deja vu over here.
Living A Disney Life prefers more subtle Disney bounding.
The Disney Hipsters examine the photos they take as they exit DAK.
Disney Nerds goes on a Magic Kingdom pin scavenger hunt.
easyWDW reviews EVERY. SINGLE. F&W FESTIVAL. ITEM. Josh is the peoples’ champion.
– Of those F&W Festival items, The Disney Tourist Blog picks out the ten best snacks.
– And if you need a break from the relentless eating, WDW for Grownups points of the best break areas in Epcot during the event. Any DVC members want to sneak me into the Imagination lounge? 😀 😀 😀

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