Tuesday, April 16, 2013

A Blue and Yellow Heart Day

I'd like to apologize to those of you who read my post yesterday (even when it's been taken down, if you open it through a reader it still shows up for some reason), it was posted before the tragic events happened and was respectfully taken down as soon as possible. I didn't feel comfortable leaving the content up. If you did get a chance to read the post, you know The Boston Marathon does hold a special place in my heart and I would never want something to be misconstrued. 

This time of year already has great significance to me, and yesterday just added sadness to my already heavy heart. I don't really have much to say about this at the moment except my thoughts and love are with Boston and the running community. 


  1. I'm still feeling kind of stunned, and lucky. I was in Vegas when this happened - and since it was a day after my wedding there's no way I'll ever forget the exact day or year of this sad event. As we were having lunch I was ignoring everybody to read what was going on --- and that second bomb was directly across the street from where I was last year. I can't even imagine it. I mean it was so crowded there, even when the "slower" runners were coming in - it's no wonder so many people got hurt. I'm glad it wasn't worse!

    Ugh, stupid backpacked losers.