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I am LOVING all of these holiday-themed races! The Turkey Trot during Thanksgiving, and now the Santa Hustle for Christmas! Themed-races are just so much more fun, especially when they send you ridiculous things to wear:

photo (17) I really think this beard becomes me, I have just the right cheeks for it.

The race was at 9am, and only 3 miles north of my apartment. My cousin, Allie, and I decided to meet up between our apartments and jog up to the race to warm up. I woke up early though and had time for a small breakfast. A piece of Udi’s bread with Peanut Butter, Cranberry Apple Butter from Trader Joes, and half a sliced banana. So good!

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Here’s the whole outfit that came in the race packet. Pretty nifty, huh?



photo (14) Since it was already raining out, I decided not to wear the hat (I didn’t want it to get ruined, I’ve never had a Santa hat!). I also decided against the beard because I could barely breath just standing there. That was not going to work for the 5K.

Here is Allie and I at the start line! She wore the hat, but no shirt. We figured we just completed each other’s outfits.

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We had to stand at that start line FOREVER. Okay, so it felt like forever because it was cold, raining, and they started 5 minutes late. But once they started, we were off! oh wait… Not.

There were so many people participating that we were barely moving, even past the start line! I realized very quickly there was no way I could PR this race. The course was actually packed the entire way! Despite having to run slow, I had a good time running it with Allie, and the crowds were hilarious. When we were at the 3 mile mark, a man yelled “Hurry!  You’re almost to the North Pole!” Okay, I thought it was funny.

They also handed out candy and cookies along the 5 K (along with water stations). I snagged some M&Ms (so addicting – saved them for after though) and then yelled at the cookie people that they should have gluten free cookies to! (In a nice way… I promise).

When we finished we walked around a bit, and then headed out. As we were leaving, we saw this:

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REINDEER!!!! How cool is that!?!? 

We then walked towards the city, out of the park, and spent a solid 20 minutes trying to find a cab. Any cab. It was ridiculous. I’m pretty sure my hands completely froze off. We finally saw one, snagged it, and headed home to shower and change. We had a brunch to attend!

Allie’s parents were in town to go to the Chiefs vs. Bears game this Sunday (GO CHIEFS!!!!!) and asked if we, my brother, and my sister-in-law would want to meet them for brunch after our race. Of course! We headed to Two Sparrows since it’s near all of us. I went there for my birthday brunch with my brother and was excited to go back and try out their lunch menu!

I got the salmon salad. The waitress was so sweet and made sure there were no croutons and that the dressing didn’t include any soy.

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It was delicious! It was a grilled salmon (a little too much salt on top for my taste, but good!) over a field greens with kalamata olives and avocado. Some serious healthy fats on this salad!

It was great to see my aunt and uncle again, and fun to eat out! I don’t do that much… especially during finals.

 

Have you ever run in a holiday-themed race?

Do you prefer order breakfast or lunch at brunch?



 

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