November started pretty busy that I didn’t even notice that this special day had arrived, and passed. But a bit late as it may be, I wouldn’t let this opportunity pass to thank everyone that had supported me and my blog all these years.
It’s been hardly a week since I switched over to the dot com side and just when I thought everything was smooth sailing, I had stumbled upon a major issue that is out of my control. 💔
After almost eight years, this blog has officially become a dot com site. From quietly existing as runningpinoy.wordpress.com, we are now runningpinoy.com! Aside from an address change, here are a few changes you may expect and the reason for this jump.
I can’t believe that it’s been seven years already since I started blogging. This had become one of the longest activity that I’ve ever done in my life!
I’ve been pretty busy lately that I didn’t even make a fuss when this blog had its sixth anniversary! Yes, runningpinoy has been online for six years! So much had changed, and I’m thankful that I’m still here, and still able and willing to run. Thank you everyone for all the support!
Thank you for remembering the first time that we “met.” Thank you for being such a great host all throughout these years!
Today, runningpinoy turns four! Yes, this blog has been around cyberspace officially for four (4) years already, and during that time it had seen the sport of running in the Philippines grow from an enthusiast’s sport to a lifestyle!
Today is the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th year after 2000, and in most international date formats, it is expressed as 11/11/11. This date comes along once every one hundred years and aren’t we lucky to experience it? More than just a series of ones, this date is important to me because…
November 11, 2008 was the day “runningpinoy” was born on the web, and now two years hence the adventure continues.
Just a few days ago I was celebrating my birthday; yesterday I had another reason to celebrate as my running blog had its first anniversary!
From a humble 5K start it’s inevitable that you’d seek “higher grounds.” After disappointment of not being able to join a race because of a gadget requirement I was inspired when I saw the next race headed our way: the adidas King of the Road (KOTR). Just imagining myself running atop Kalayaan flyover makes me…