A full mile in 17 minutes and 10 seconds. I feel pretty neutral about it - before I started I felt like I was going to do a lot better than that but about a minute into it, I set a goal of 17 minutes so I didn't miss the mark by that much.
This gives me so much respect for my Mom - she can do a 5K in like 30 minutes! (In case you didn't know, a 5K is ~3.1 miles.) And she's going to be 50 this year... Way to go Mom! And yes, I did just tell all six of my readers that you're going to be 50 but you should be proud, you look way younger.
My eventual goal is to be able to run it with my amazing Momma. But my real-time goal is to be able to do a 5K at all, and then to be able to do it in 45 minutes, and then 40 minutes, and then 35 minutes, and then I'll be running it with her. Some day.
If I am able to keep my pace for all three-and-some miles (which right now is a BIG if) my estimated time is around 53 minutes. I need to get one of those band things that registers distance and also heart rate and calories burned so that I can keep track of all of it but do it outside instead of on the treadmill. Any suggestions?