The Fairest Week In Review: 4/18

Lapu Lapu

This week. This is the week. Walt Disney World, here I come!!!

But first, last week’s workouts:

Sunday | rest
I initially planned to go for a run this day, but thanks to the events of what shall now be referred to as The Mimosa Incident, this proved to be impossible.

Monday | walked 2.42 miles outside in 40 minutes; 70 minute ballet class
My backup plan was to run Monday morning, but again: The Mimosa Incident.

Tuesday | ran 10.25 miles outside in 1:50
This actually went pretty well. The champagne-laced curse is broken!

Wednesday | ran 5.24 miles on the treadmill in 60 minutes

Thursday | walked 2.11 miles outside in 25 minutes; 70 minute ballet class

Friday | ran 7.26 miles on the treadmill in 1:15

Saturday | rest

Stupid mimosas.

Not much news on the WDW planning front, except to say: FRIDAY FRIDAY FRIDAY. I’m going home, kids!

The Twilight Bark:

Elbowglitter ponders whether virtual races are worth doing.
Fairytales & Fitness visits Hershey, PA’s Chocolate Spa. Someday I should do this.
The Runner’s Guide to WDW wants to set us up for runDisney success.
Disney In Your Day shares fond memories of the Flower & Garden Festival. T-Minus 3 days…
An Open Suitcase remember’s the Magic Kingdom’s Swan Boats.
WDW for Grownups admires Epcot’s Morocco’s urban spice garden.
easyWDW reviews the Polynesian Village Resort’s Spirit of Aloha Luau, and to be honest I kinda forgot that was a thing…
Living A Disney Life packs up for WDW!
Rolling with the Magic gives an ADA review of Journey Into Your Imagination. (If you want me to link to your blog, write about Figment. Slam dunk!)
– Speaking of the Imagination Pavilion, check out this photo of ImageWorks’ bygone Rainbow Corridor. I want it back. šŸ™

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