The Fairest Week In Review: 3/08

Doctor Who run

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to present: tapering. (T-minus three days to my next marathon!)

Sunday | ran 7.38 miles on the treadmill in 1:15

Monday | ran 4.31 miles on the treadmill in 50 minutes
Annnnnd starting to get Pat’s cold. Awesome.

Tuesday | walked 2.35 miles outside in 40 minutes
Skipped ballet as my cold was reaching a crescendo.

Wednesday | run 6.35 miles on the treadmill in 1:10
I firmly believe that you can exercise your way out of sickness. I mean, to a degree. Depending. So I got up and did my run, albeit gently. Maybe it helped a little?

Thursday | walked 2.12 miles outside; 70 minute ballet class
Still not 100%, but I took a shot at ballet anyway. It went okay.

Friday | ran 5.22 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes
Almost… better…

Saturday | rest

Nothing to report on the Disney front, but Pat and I made a blanket fort this weekend, so that was awesome.

Why, yes, that IS the new Zelda. Thank you for noticing!

And now: The Twilight Bark!

Fairytales & Fitness lists ways to save your run when you’re not feeling it.
Sparkly Runner takes on the Castaway Cay Challenge 5K.
The Runner’s Guide to WDW shepherds us through signing up for a runDisney challenge.
The Main Street Gazette highlights Sinclair and Pixar’s Dinoco. My grandfather used to own a Sinclar gas station (a great name in oil!!) and ALSO HIS NAME WAS STANLEY.
easyWDW reviews every booth at the flower and garden festival and basically what I’m trying to get at here is I want his life and I’m Crazy Go Nuts University excited for Epcot in April.
Rolling with the Magic offers a more general overview of the Flower & Garden Festival.
WDW for Grownups points out Magic Kingdom attractions that have stood since 1971.
Disney In Your Day has a super-cute Disney Madness bracket going.
Living A Disney Life considers WDW things that are enjoyable against all odds.
EPBOT basically just describes my entire life. (To be clear, I am a childlike nerd.)

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