When looking at my wholly unremarkable and frankly boring training log, please remember that we are LESS THAN THREE WEEKS AWAY FROM THE DARK SIDE HALF YESSSSSS.
Sunday | ran 7.06 miles on the treadmill in 1:10
Monday | ran 5.24 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes
Tuesday | walked 2.12 miles outside in 35 minutes; 70 minute ballet class
Wednesday | ran 8.39 miles on the treadmill in 1:25
Thursday | walked 2.14 miles in 35 minutes; 70 minute ballet class
Friday | ran 5.24 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes
I hate it when I ran the same amount in the same time in the same week. It makes me feel like there’s a glitch in the matrix.
April WDW trip updates: I’ve been obsessively refreshing the page in the hopes of snagging a Dining with an Imagineer ADR – they’re only doing it on one day we’re there. I’m hopeful that people will start cancelling in the week leading up to the date so as not to incur the credit card fee. We’ll see. If not, we’ll stick to the plan of the Brown Derby Lounge. Maybe we can party crash an unsuspecting Imagineer who just came to have a drink among the fruits of his labor.
I also had a dream the other night that Pat and I made it into a Pandora soft opening. So we get on the ride – which looked like a cross between Soarin’ and, weirdly enough, Terminator 3D at Universal Studios – and… kinda just sit there. The ride isn’t working. And I’m like, well, y’know, soft opening. Dream me is very philosophical. Real me remains quixotic.
One rogue Magic Band box has turned up with our regular names. Further updates when sleeper box #2 arrives. (Butts.)
Anyway. The Twilight Bark!
– Fairytales & Fitness considers the best way to stay hydrated on a run.
– The Runner’s Guide to WDW ponders the implications of slapping a 5K on top of your runDisney weekend.
– WDW for Grownups and Sparkly Ever After take the tea garden tour in Epcot’s UK pavilion.
– Living A Disney Life lists WDW photo-op favorites.
– easyWDW has breakfast at ‘Ohana and then again at Trattoria al Forno.
– Disney In Your Day brings her WDW attractions bracket to the final two.
– Rolling with the Magic rounds up the best foods of the Flower & Garden Festival. So… EXCITED…
– Main Street Gazette talks about Davy Crockett and I link to it because my dad loves Fess Parker. Every time he sees a Fess Parker wine on a menu he gets some. Doesn’t matter what kind.
– The Disney Tourist Blog tries out Disney Cruise Line’s Palo brunch.
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