It is 11:47 pm and I have to wake up at 6:30 am and I only got 2 hours of sleep last night and I have been traveling all day. But roadtogreatnesssteve inspired me to do this run today and I told myself I would do it. So I will. At least one mile, to remember all those who were affected by the terrible bombing a year ago at the Boston Marathon.
Running teaches us to keep moving forward. One step at a time. Especially in the most painful moments.
Since tomorrow is One year to the day of the Boston Marathon Bombing and I have a speed workout, I vow to run my heart out tomorrow in honor of everyone affected by the bombings at the Boston Marathon last year.
It doesn’t matter who you are or where you are all runners are family.
May everyone stay safe tomorrow, and please take 10 minutes and run at least 1 mile in honor of all the victims.
Mo by jeavonstom2
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Sunday’s London Marathon had a reported 36,000 runners, from fun-runners to the world’s elite. World record-holder Wilson Kipsang of Kenya won the men’s London Marathon in a course record two hours, four minutes and 29 seconds. (Photos: Tom Dulat/Getty Images, Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)