If I didn’t run, I’d…. finish the sentence any way you wish!
- Sep 6 Will your training schedule change for fall? How?
- Sep 13 Best/Worst of Summer
- Sep 20 Fall race schedule
- Sep 27 Rate your month/year so far
- Oct 4 Favorite thing about fall running
- Oct 11 If I didn’t run… (finish the sentence however you want)
- Oct 18 Favorite new running product
- Oct 25 Rate your month
What IS Going on With runDisney Light Side?
If I wasn’t running… I’d probably not be a blogger obsessed with Disney.
And my family might not hate that idea.
I kid. They are super supportive. Mostly, anyway.
But this is pretty much the true story here:
So what would I be doing?
I have no idea. The running/blogging/Disney thing are so interconnected for me that I can’t imagine what I did for all this.
Huh. There’s something to think about.
Anywho, speaking of Disney and running…
It’s time to turn in your proof of time for the runDisney Light Side!
No, wait, I apologize…
I know I mentioned this before and said I wasn’t going to entertain a ton of rumors.
But, y’all, today is the day our proof of time should be due for the runDisney Light Side weekend and guess what?
Status has not changed. We still don’t have an answer to this weird situation.
runDisney is basically over there posing like Han Solo and hoping we are all ok with it.
Is the race happening?
The consensus among those of us who like to speculate is that no, no it is not.
Or at least not in the usual 3 races per weekend format.
There was a rumor that the half marathons might no longer be run in Disneyland, but of course, no one has any proof.
Other than what the Disney bus driver/security guard/gift shop cashier told them.
I’m assuming $omething is keeping runDisney from business as usual in Anaheim and that we may not see any races in 2018.
Which sucks on multiple levels for those of us who adore running there.
Especially for those of us who needed an excuse to go to Disneyland again (#ItsWorkISwear may need to be retired).
First World Problems, I know, but goodness this has played out weird, hasn’t it?
Until runDisney makes an official announcement, we can’t close the book on this chapter.
But I just have to wonder, what are they waiting on?
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Patty Holliday has been running Disney since 2011. She knows just about every tip, trick, and hack there is to cover the runDisney Magical Miles at Disney World and Disneyland. She knows every mile isn’t *always* magical- but with training, tips, and a little bit of pixie dust, they can be a lot of fun! You can also find her at noguiltlife.com and noguiltfangirl.com