I also want to thank the many of you who have spread the word via Twitter (too many to name, but especially @athletecomeback and @jpnagan for encouraging me to set up the challenge) and all of you who have either spread the word or shared your story behind #OctGTD on your blog (let me know if you've written about it but I have't seen it yet).
Ashley's Post....made me either want to cry or to blush... probably both... but I'm so glad she found the challenge to be something she could include on her journey
Si's Post....made me proud that I could provide the motivation he wanted, as he is often the one motivating and supporting me
Karen's Post...a great reminder that (1) challenges can be BFFs 4Eva! and (2) to take on something epic requires a little bit of balance and planning
Brigiitte's Post...another reminder that you can challenge yourself in more ways than one
Patrick's Post...lots of love from one of my favorite bloggers turned tweeple :)
A reminder/clarification --
Send me an email each FRIDAY with your weekly milage, broken out by day.
"Hey Robby, it's @fatgirlvsworld.
Here's my milage:
Friday 10/1/2010 -- 3.2 milesSaturday 10/2/2010 -- 5 miles
Sunday 10/3/2010 -- rest
Monday 10/4/2010 -- 2.4 miles
Tuesday 10/5/2010 -- 7.6 miles
Wednesday 10/6/2010 -- rest
Thursday 10/7/2010 -- 4.1 miles
Total: 22.3 miles"
I'll update the chart as best/fast as possible (considering I have 120 miles to run as well as input data, this will be fun!!) so that by Monday you can see where everyone stands. Because of how the chart is coded (with everyone getting their own spreadsheet that feeds into the displayed summary) I can't sort according to challenge and modality -- but try to find someone with a similar pledge. Follow, support, and challenge them. The buddy system might help you meet your goals as well as push past any obstacles.