The spirit of the marathon is strong with Boston spirit. Loving the power of these images
10 days till this race. I am surprised how emotional I am about the chance I’ve been given to run it again and the idea of crossing the finish line this time.
I’m hoping finishing will give me some closure / relief from whatever is left over from last year. I think I just tried to “get over it” a year ago and it’s clear to me (especially now that we’re 10 days out) that I was never really able to do so. I think I’m still feeling a little messed up from whatever unresolved shock / grief I didn’t deal with from a year ago.
Anyway, this race means a lot to me. I’m fired up for it.
ps: I’m running (this year & last year) to raise money for Camp Interactive (dedicated to teaching inner city kids tech skills). If you’d like to donate to my race fund, click here (and thx!)
She very likely wasn’t born that way. What she was almost certainly born with was epilepsy. Her first grand mal was misdiagnosed. Her second would cause her to stop breathing for 10 minutes. Had a doctor not lived nearby, she’d have died.