So let me set the stage for the day, then I'll get back to my run. I've got one of the longest days ever, working this morning from 6am-10pm. So I had to think to myself, how in the world am I going to get my run in? I've been running for 61 days straight, I can't just stop at 62. Last night before I headed to bed I told myself, "I'm going to set my alarm for 3:30 and if I wake up and I'm tired, I'll go back to sleep, but if I feel okay, I'll wake up and run." Well long story short, I woke up this morning at 3:30am and got my run out of the way. It was incredible, I swear that I caught the perfect time right before it got humid that it was so nice and cool outside, and it just felt great! I woke up thinking, this could be the biggest mistake of the day but I would have felt pretty lousy if I didn't wake up and get my run in this morning. Anyway, it felt great and I didn't time myself, but I'm pretty sure my time was close to 9:30ish, which is a very good time for me, and especially since I probably looked like a zombie, I'll take it.
What did I listen to? WWE Music (what else)
Verse of the Day: Luke 16:10, "'Whoever is faithful in very little is also faithful in much, and whoever is unrighteous in very little is also unrighteous in much.'"
Thank you all for popping in and reading today's blog, I know it probably sounds like I'm saying the same things over and over, but it really helps when I can share how my run went with everyone during the day. I've heard some stories of other's around the country starting to run because of what I've been doing and I'm blown away. Keep going and if you want to start your own running streak, start at Day 1, you won't be sorry.