Tag: Boston Marathon

Another Mother Runner- Running for Boston

If there is one thing I have learned from the senseless and incomprehensible events that unfolded at this year’s Boston Marathon, it is this- Runners are resilient.  Runners help other runners.  In the face of great tragedy and trauma, runners run on to let the world know that they are unstoppable.  That no matter what you do,

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Look For the Helpers

I grew up in a small Southern New Hampshire town about 45 minutes from Boston, MA.  Growing up, I would travel with my family into Boston often, whether for a day trip to the Children’s Museum, the Aquarium, or just to get a cannoli in the North End.  In college in NY, many fellow students

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