Tag Archives: Dana–Farber Cancer Institute

The mental game

The mental game, most days this is the most challenging part of running for me.  It’s crazy how much of an impact the thoughts in my head have on how well my run goes.  Three weeks ago I ran from … Continue reading

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20 miler

So I have fallen behind on the blog thanks to my laptop crashing.  I learned a valuable lesson, back up your stuff!!  Luckily, iCape Solutions, was able to recover everything on my hard drive after two weeks. Saturday March 8 … Continue reading

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Inspiration

On Saturday December 28, 2013 I was lucky enough to be part of a great group of people who helped Dari Whitehouse run 50 miles.  Dari is currently in a battle with cancer and she has 50 reasons to run. … Continue reading

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Why I run

I run for those who can’t.  I run for the hope of finding a cure for cancer.  I run in hope of making a difference. I run because the events of Turlough getting sick and losing his battle to ALL, … Continue reading

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