Part II.

The 2014 Boston Marathon is still very fresh in my mind. It seems like only yesterday I was bundling up for training runs through the frigid winter air in Boston. The memory of high… Continue reading

My 2014 Boston Marathon.

The 2014 Boston Marathon is in the books. And, I am in that book. In the days that have passed since, I’ve talked and thought a lot about the entire experience. And the… Continue reading

26.2

So, here we go. I’m on a bus heading for Hopkinton. A little more than one year after deciding to run the 2014 Boston Marathon, the day is finally here. I’m sitting here… Continue reading

Dear Boston.

Dear Boston, How are you? The past year has been pretty crazy, huh? You and your family have been put through the ringer. But, despite everything, you’ve continued to stand tall. I admire… Continue reading

The Countdown.

In case you’ve been under a rock lately, the Boston Marathon is less than two weeks away. The day that has seemed so far away, for so long, is now so close. And, I… Continue reading

One Month.

The 2014 Boston Marathon is one month away. The city of Boston is starting to put up the marathon banners. The cities and towns along the route are getting ready. Runners are reaching… Continue reading

Anticipation.

As each day passes, the Boston Marathon gets exactly one day closer. Fact. I’ve never experienced anticipation quite like this before. That goes for any Christmas morning, last day of school, Super Bowl,… Continue reading

Big Little Kid.

There is a special place in my heart for little kids. A main reason for that is because I actually feel as though I am still a little kid – just bigger. I mean,… Continue reading

Time To Go To Work.

This past week, I received two things in the mail: My official acceptance into the 2014 Boston Marathon My Boston Children’s Hospital Miles for Miracles team jersey After receiving each package, I definitely… Continue reading

Getting Closer.

This past Saturday was BCH’s Miles for Miracles 17-mile team run. The entire route was along the actual marathon course, which was great. It helped me get somewhat familiar with the course and… Continue reading