Winner of Lucy Activewear Brave the Cold Running Outfit
I’m going to admit: It was a long work week for us mother runners (and I suspect I’m not just talking re: Dimity and me). So this post is going to be a few quick hits, then I’ll announce the winner the lucy activewear givewaway.
In case you missed it, yesterday’s post was a call for original, clever, witty slogans for a new running tee or two. Please give it some thought, maybe as you’re sweating on your treadmill or folding laundry.
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And just have to share new recipe I made for dinner tonight (to fuel me for Saturday morning’s long run): Penne with Brussel Sprouts, Chile, and Pancetta. I usually DETEST Brussel sprouts, but NYT‘s Melissa Clark made them sound so appealing in this recipe. One word: YUM! (And I subbed red pepper flakes and bacon for the chile and pancetta, respectively.) My new carb-loading fave!
Now onto more good stuff: the lucy activewear Brave the Cold Jacket, Tight, and Run Top. In the coming months, you need these cute, critical pieces that work as hard at keeping a runner warm as looking good. The chosen-at-random winner, plus the sign on her runs that tells her it’s wintertime in her part of the country, is:
Ann Zito: “The black ice on the trails around my neighborhood. I have to keep my headlamp pointed right down in front of me, about two steps ahead, or I’ll totally wipe out. I like it better when it snows, because then I at least know what to expect!”
Ann, please email us at runmother [at] gmail [dot] com to tell us your mailing address and what size tops and bottoms you wear (XS-XL). All you other ladies: Please remember to keep your thinking caps on for clever slogans for a new running tee for us. (And eat your veggies!)