Processing the events of the Boston Marathon. . .
I ran Boston. I ran a strong race. I finished strong. When tragedy struck I was shocked. I didn’t understand. I feel helpless. I feel heartbroken. I wish there was more that I could do. That could have been me. It could have been my husband. All of the people who are suffering and who have been lost are just like you and me and our children and our families and our friends. We must do what we can to unite in this time of grief and time of working to understand and to heal.
Don’t get caught up in the small everyday challenges. Be thankful. Celebrate your loved ones and friends. Experience life. Take everything in and hold your loved ones close. Be friendly to the people that you don’t know. Share a smile, a laugh or a hug. Pay it forward. Share your strength with others and pray for the people who are suffering this horrific series of events.
Be #BostonStrong. #ChooseLOVEnotFEAR.
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