But this year, the Boston Marathon ended in tragedy and heartbreak on so many levels.
- Heartbreak....for those lives lost too soon, and their families left to grieve.
- Heartbreak....for those injured in the blast, and the recovery they face.
- Heartbreak....for our running friends that didn't get to cross the finish line.
- Heartbreak....for the entire running community and their families!!
The only heartbreak that should have been in Boston yesterday should have been "Heartbreak Hill".
I'm at such a loss, sad, and downright angry!! So I took my anger and sadness to the pavement!
I ran in silence. Just the sound of my feet on the pavement. I ran past our flag at half mast. I ran for 2.62 miles for Boston. I ran with the images of a little boy in a white suit that was taken from this world too soon.
RunJunkees - Virtual Run - Runners United to Remember
RunJunkees quickly put together a virtual run to both honor the victims and display unity in the running community. The Facebook event can be found here with more details. There is no cost for this virtual race - just print out the race bib (found here) and run or walk, any distance, any amount of time!
All I can do is continue to pray for everyone affected by this tragedy!! I love my running family!!