6'0 tall, former athlete, mother of 3, struggling to keep up on the RUN of daily life.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas

Day #25 of the streak continued with a 1 miler around my neighborhood while wearing a light strand that blinked and sang... 3 notable things about this run.

1- It is NOT good to run after a FULL Turkey dinner and a couple adult beverages.

2- A person on their front lawn said "Merry Christmas" quickly followed by "Are you trying to run off your turkey?"

3- I had to hold the lights the entire run....how people run with costumes and things is beyond me..

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8 comments:

Shellyrm ~ just a country runner said...

I love those lights. How did you do that?

Congrats on the streak. Are you thinking it's a life style? You don't want me to be the only crazy streaking blogger come January 1 , do you? heehee

Thanks for the win! Nuun! I want to use it for the 100 training so I can get rid of some of my belly issues. Thanks!

5 Miles Past Empty said...

How did you get those to light up? Were you using a super long extension cord? =)

kimert said...

You look super cute for that run! Hope you and your family had a Merry Christmas!

Penny said...

Great outfit and congrats on keeping with it! 25 days and counting!

Nicole said...

I ran with a full tummy to keep my streak alive the other day and it was icky, I totally thoguht I might puke! Great job on your streak! Very cute running with the lights.

christa said...

Great lights!

Anonymous said...

Awesome streak and I love the lights. Although like you I don't know how people run distances in costumes! Looks awesome though!

Ron @ TOGBlog.com said...

Greetings from Southern California

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Have a Safe & Happy New Year! :-)