I'm ton the road to visit the in-laws in Chicago. And by that I don't mean the actual city, but the northern suburbs. It's what we've done almost every Christmas Day since we've been married.
Since we always travel on Christmas Day then we have our time with the kids the night before. First we start with church service. Last night my daughter Angel reprised her role as Mary
And we lifted candles to celebrate Jesus being the light of the world.
Once we were home I usually start with a pair of pjs. I don't do matching, but they each get a new pair. And we rip into the presents to end the night.
In my running this holiday season I was able participate in this years Jingle Jog with the Muscatine Running Friends.
We ran to and through various businesses singing songs, handing out candy & spreading holiday cheer.
On a day like today I kind of don't have time to run. But I make the time. Even though I didn't get to bed until 1:30 a.m. I was up at 5:30 to get a few miles in. It was dark & the town seemed more deserted than usual. I ran with no music to just think and enjoy the peace & quiet that surrounded the morning.
I hope that no matter what you are doing during the holiday season that all is well. With you. Your health. Your family. Your running.