Living 100:100, at 100% for 100 years or more isn’t about perfection. People who live long, healthy lives often have created their health, strength, and endurance through being tested. When life gives them lemons, they make lemonade. In the case of Lillian Schilling, despite a dry and barren start in life, she has blossomed in so many ways.
Lillian Schilling ran the Bolder Boulder at the age of 90.
She lost both her big toenails in that race, due to what she describes as a poor choice in tennis shoes. But Lillian Schilling made it to the 10k finish line with the best time for her age group.
When a person lives through the Dust Bowl, Great Depression and survives on a homestead surrounded by barren land in southeastern Colorado, losing a few toenails isn’t much by comparison. You’ll want to keep reading…