You can read the workout log that immediately follows, or you skip below to the part where I make an impassioned plea for your help. Choose your own adventure!
Sunday | 10.32 miles outside in 1:45
Monday | walked 2.12 miles outside in 35 minutes; 60 minute ballet class
Tuesday | ran 5.27 miles outside in 55 minutes
The Crash & Burn Part 2. Somebody left a loop of wire in the middle of the sidewalk and in the early morning gloom I didn’t see it, tripped, and fell – not too hard, but hard enough to scrape up my knee. But never mind my knee – I RIPPED A HOLE IN MY SECOND FAVORITE RUNNING TIGHTS. Do you think I should sue the city or…?
Wednesday | ran 5.26 miles outside in 55 minutes
Thursday | walked 2.35 miles outside in 40 minutes; 60 minute ballet class
Friday | ran 5.08 miles outside in 55 minutes
Saturday | rest
Anyway, on to the part where I beg your assistance. As you know if you’ve read my race plan, I’m running the Wrightsville Beach Marathon on March 17. This involves, among other things, a minimum 5 hour drive down there and 5 hours back. Naturally I’m going to need a lot of audio entertainment and I’m thinking podcasts are the way to go.
So: which are your favorite podcast episodes? To be clear, I don’t just want to know your favorite podcast (although that’s a start). Hit me with the best episode of it you’ve ever heard. I want nothing but hit after hit after hit!
Of particular interest are running and Walt Disney World, of course, but I’m willing to open my horizons if you have other ideas. Thank you very much lots!
On to the roundup:
– Mouse On The Mind celebrates The Year of the Dog with an assortment of Disney puppies.
– Disney In Your Day asks the million dollar question: can regular people still afford to visit WDW?
– Rolling With The Magic ponders Epcot’s many festivals.
– Living A Disney Life visits the underrated Rafiki’s Planet Watch at DAK.
– The Main Street Gazette enjoys Epcot’s British tea garden.
– Disney Adulting locates the best pizza WDW has to offer.
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