I don't want a lot for Christmas. There is just one thing I need, and I don't care about other presents underneath the Christmas tree. I don't need to hang my stocking there upon the fireplace. Because hopefully my stockings aren't really stockings. Rather ProCompression socks that go Boom! instead of ho, ho, ho.
Santa Claus won't make me happy with a toy on Christmas day. My Soleus will do me just fine as I head out for my holiday miles. A race entry, though, to give my miles some purpose could make my heart sing just a bit.
I just want you for my own, more than you could ever know. Make my wish come true. All I want for Christmas is you. I won't ask for much this Christmas; I won't even wish for snow (not that I ever would), and I just wanna keep on waiting underneath the mistletoe.
Even though we're under the mistletoe, I just don't think my current capris, with holes near the seams will do. Maybe, dear Santa, I can don a pair of sassy tights and the flush of a good workout.
I won't make a list and send it to the North Pole for Saint Nick. Afterall, I heard Santa has email. I won't even stay awake to hear those magic reindeer click – mostly because I was up at 5 a.m. to get in a long run before the festivities.
But from my Gmail account, I sent a quick note telling his elfish assistant that I heard there might be a Cyber Monday deal over at the Mother Runner Store where I found this sweet baby.
Speaking of deals:
• FitBit Flex for $79.99 at Kohls.com. Save an extra 15 percent with code TURKEYTIME plus earn $15 in Kohl's cash. It's like getting the FitBit for $65. The Maui leggings are also two for $29.99 before the 15 percent off code.
• Nike clearance is an extra 25 percent off with the code GETOUTHERE. I grabbed a much needed pair of sassy, sassy Nike TR Fit training shoes. The style is all I wear for teaching class. For less than $60, I should have bought two pairs.
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