They learned about the Wobble a year after relocating to Tampa from Pittsburgh, PA. "It's a fabulous way to kick off the holidays! ...and it clears our conscience for what we're putting in our stomachs later," she said.
Michelle, her husband TJ and their boys Donovan and Landon ran their first 5K together four years ago. "The boys play a lot of video games. It's our parental obligation to get them up and moving--riding bikes or running with mommy and daddy," she said. "We love riding bikes at Flatwoods. Landon enjoys stopping at the water stations and reading all the bulletin boards. (BTW, see our Oct. 9 post--A WWTT donation through FITniche built the refrigerated water/water bottle stations at Flatwoods.)
Michelle recruited her sister-in-law and her family to join the fun last year so now there are eight runners. "It's fun seeing everyone dressed up as pilgrims, turkeys and decked out in other creative wardrobe selections," she added.
Is running the WWTT one of your family traditions? Share your story! We'd love to hear from families who have run all six years.