Well, I wasn't sure I'd keep running non-stop for 20 minutes, having had 2 consecutive bad nights sleep, so I wasn't going to be disappointed if I had to stop and walk. But I thought I'd give it a go and see what happened, and, hey, I kept going, just taking it nice and easy like you've all been saying!
It really does feel like a milestone, so I'm really pleased!
I have to say though, it must be amazing when you're really fit and you can really fly along. Not wanting to be negative, but I found the slow plod pretty tedious. My arms and legs don't want to be spending long periods of time doing limited repetitive movements over and over. Even just walking along feels so much more free.
I'll probably have to keep taking breaks while I'm "running" along to do a few cartwheels , pirouettes, somersaults or backups (if I could- no chance of that though!) so I can feel the freedom of the space around and above me, and not feel so confined by the conformity of "doing" running!
(Why can I never just get on with things like other people- I always have to have a problem with everything!)