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Thoughts about running the Boston Marathon again.

Bostong Strong. Running again. This year will be my third year running the Boston Marathon. I first qualified in 2012 at the Around the Lake Marathon after a lot of hard work and determination. 2013 would be my first Boston Marathon and it was a perfect day to run, bluebird skies and perfect weather. I … Read More »

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Boston Marathon Emotional Healing

4 weeks to go until the Boston Marathon. I am not running this year and although I am sad to have not qualified again at the race last year I am grateful for the two experiences that I had running it in 2013 and 2014. These past two years since April 15th, 2013 have been … Read More »

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An unexpected recap of the 2014 Boston Marathon.

Describe your running year in one word.¬† This post was inspired by Amanda from Run to the Finish¬†who asks, “If you could describe your year of running in one word what would that be?” Her question sparked an unexpected recap of my 2014 Boston Marathon, a recap which I have struggled to write. In one … Read More »

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Monday Motivation: Finding healing.

The Finish Line. Boston Marathon 2014. And together we ran again. Last week was an emotional ride with the Boston Marathon on Monday and the inevitable post-marathon let-down as the week wore on. I am so grateful for the experience of being able to run from Hopkinton to Boylston Street in Boston on Monday. Prior … Read More »

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The Boston Marathon. A race to remember.

I promise I will have more of a recap about the Boston Marathon 2014 coming soon. I am still overwhelmed by running the race this year and this time it is for positive reasons. I ran my heart out on Monday and even though I did not PR and I did not re-qualify with my … Read More »

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Boston Marathon 2014. I dedicate this run to you Boston.

Run Boston. Boston Marathon 2014 Go out and run Boston. Run to be strong. Run to feel proud. Run with courage. Run to feel pain. Run and let the sorrow wash over you. Run together and lift each other up. Run together with powerful energy. Run and remember. Run fast or run slow. Breathe deeply. … Read More »

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