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 »
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 »
Boylston Street. Boston Strong. Last week I had an opportunity to revisit the Boston Marathon Finish Line. I needed to go and be there. My husband dropped me off. Boylston Street is back to being busy filled with the every day noises of the city but is forever changed. I had my husband drop me … Read More »
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. … Read More »
From the RUN for BOSTON Facebook community . . . “Friends – Please read carefully . . . 1) You can run anytime today. Morning, lunch, afternoon, or night. 2) You can by yourself, with a few friends, or with a whole group of people. 3) Wear yellow or blue, the colors of the Boston … Read More »
No words. I ran the Boston Marathon yesterday. In shock. I was one block away . . . Hold your loved ones close and send prayers to the families deeply affected by this terrible tragedy.