My family had gotten a rental car so we could drive to the runner's village. My dad can drive that route in his sleep. The downside to that is fighting traffic out of EPCOT when the race is over. It doesn't move. I'm sitting in the car, and EVERYTHING I drank on the course and post-race came due. We aren't moving! We're sitting and sitting and finally I can't take it anymore. I get out of the car and waddle on over to the empty port-a-potties. When you gotta go...
The rest of the day consisted of sitting at lunch, sitting a car, sitting at tea, sitting in a taxi, sitting at the airport, sitting on the plane, sitting while driving my car, and going to bed when I got home. I'd been up at 1:30 Florida time and got home 11:30 Texas time. Time difference = 23 hours.
To say I was sore the next day is an understatement.
I bought another pair of shoes! Since New Balance released the 860 version 7, I decided to buy another pair of the version 6's because my feet liked them a lot. I'm doing well in the Ravennas, but it never hurts to have another pair of shoes that my feet like, lined up and ready to go. Since I'm rough on shoes, I need a stash to get me through training. Now I have two pairs to get me to the Bolder Boulder. Then I'll test out the 860 7's and Ravenna 8's, whenever those come out.
I know I mentioned here before that I'm not a fan of Disney turning their animated classics into live action movies, and I was refusing to see every one, and I was angry they set their sights on Beauty and the Beast. It's my favorite Disney movie, and it was my first Broadway play, so it's personal to me. Then they released the first real trailer on Monday.
It looks amazing! 6-year-old me is jumping up and down like crazy, super excited to see it - I was 6 when I saw the original in theaters. I also read they discovered unused Howard Ashman lyrics, and they're putting them in the movie. Oh boy!