Danceaton on Daybreak & a Comeback Race.

Holla holla it’s Friiiday! I hope everyone’s day is getting off to a great start. Mine sure did! I was up bright and early this morning with my dancing shoes on…Danceaton was live on Channel 8’s Daybreak show this morning! So much fun. They filmed us and did short cut-in segments during the news the entire hour. We had a blast dancing and taking tons of photos!
My mama joined in on the fun, she loves to dance too!
We will be back on June 25th for a special tribute to Michael Jackson, so come dance with us or tune in if you’re in the DFW area!
After the fun little dance segment I had to jet off to the 9 to 5…so much work to do, so little time!
This weekend I am looking forward to coaching my running group on Saturday, then Sunday morning I will be running the Wounded Warrior 10K with my Luke’s Locker teammates! I honestly have no goals for this race other than to just have fun with it. It will be the first race I’ve done in a couple of months since my hip flexor strain, so I am excited to be making a little running comeback!! After the race I will be hosting a little post party brunch for Team Luke’s Locker at my place. I have to put together a fun breakfast menu! I put together a yummy light french toast casserole last time, so I may be whipping some up again for this weekend.
I will leave you with one of my favorite songs to rock out to right now…I am loving the Ne-yo/Calvin Harris combo!
What’s your favorite song to dance to? Any brunch items I should add to the menu? 

Published by thedancingrunner

Marathon runner & group fitness instructor at 24 Hour Fitness. Passionate about family, friends, traveling. Loves destination races. Loves dining out, cooking in, being around down to earth people, writing, sunrises.

4 thoughts on “Danceaton on Daybreak & a Comeback Race.

  1. awesome Chels!!! you & your mom are a cute duo! 🙂

    for my family I make an egg-bake casserole. It’s super easy! 13×9 casserole dish, spray bottom w/cooking spray, layer frozen hashbrowns on the bottom, crack about 8-9 eggs on top, prick the yolks, 3/4 cup half&half, diced ham steak, bell peppers, green onion on top w/shredded cheese, salt & pepper. you can make this the night before. cover it w/alum foil & leave it in the fridge. When you are ready to cook it, set your oven to 350* and let it bake w/alum foil on top for about 30-45 mins. DONE!! Sooo good!! the family loves it!!

    fav. dance song…”It takes two” by Rob Base!!!! I’m not the best dancer, but, I dance like nobody’s watching!! 🙂 xo

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