It's almost the weekend again!
Yesterday I went for a little run with my little girl.
I've shared with you before that I like to use a run/walk method for my long distances.
Today I learned that Mandy prefers a sprint/stroll method for any distance.
We alternated between a leisurely stroll, where we looked at bunnies and admired landscaping, and an all-out sprint where we were red-faced & gasping for air.
I'm not sure if this run was the best thing for my tired post-half-marathon legs, but it sure was fun! I was a little jealous when we finished and Mandy got to jump into the pool at swim team practice.
I almost didn't do a Thursday Playlist this week.
The theme is Dance-ability. It's certainly fun enough, but... well...
I'm a terrible dancer.
Don't get me wrong, my lack of ability doesn't keep me off of the dance floor.
I'm a singer and pianist. I also play other instruments.
I'm a passionate music lover.
Just not a dancer.
But, just for you I came up with a few dance-able songs for your running playlist. I hope you like them. I know that they make me want to pretend like I can dance.
When you're done here, head on over to Pavement Runner's blog and click on some other dance-able links!
Song: Oh What a Night
Artist: The Four Seasons
Side Note: I could never do a list of dance songs without this tune. It brings back wonderful memories of college friends. Apparently the memories are a little foggy because I couldn't actually think of this song's title. Thank goodness my friend Colleen was online last night to remind me.
Delta Zeta sisters always have my back!
Quotable: Seemed so wrong but now it seems so right.
Song: Edge of Glory
Artist: Lady Gaga
Side Note: I make a lot of fun of her crazy outfits, but her music gets me moving my butt!
I wonder if she has running shoes?
Quotable: I'm hanging on a moment with you
Something to Consider
Artist: Barry Manilow
Side Note: I saw him in concert and I loved every minute of it.
Don't judge me.
Quotable: Music and passion were always the fashion at the Copa...
Ha! You know you're singing it right now!
See ya later Lola!