That it's been almost two years. I've considered ending my streak once I graduate in December but I am tempted to pass Ojo's record. Considering she was one of my inspirations to run every day.
Seriously, though. If I can run every day while commuting 3 hours a day most days a week and going to nursing school with two kids and a husband, anyone can.
5k - 23:30
10k - 49:00
Half - 1:48:34
Full - 4:01:28
Working toward hip nirvana.
Go Heather go!
In it for the long run..
You three are amazing. I really feel that I knew when it was time to stop with my last streak, which was when I was too injured to run a mile! So far, I'm still going (414), but if I get really sick or injured, it will end.
"It's not who wins the workout..."
BANNED from the LLR (Ladies' Locker Room) forum at age 64. Remember, folks, it's just running.