Disclosure: I received an entry to run in exchange for promotion
I had stated in a previous post that I had not been diagnosed nor had anyone in family diagnosed either, but our former Cub Scout Den Leader, Lori, had survived her bout with breast cancer.
This past weekend, I ran the 2014 Race for the Cure.
When I picked up my packet, there was an additional paper included that you could write in memory or celebration of. They were pinned on the backs of runner's shirts.
I honored my friend, who is doing so well, 2 years after her initial diagnosis.
I am proud to know her!
My best friend and I participated in this event, and we arrived as the sun rose.
It was just before 7am, and I was not quite awake, please excuse the blurriness.
Just a mile beyond those trees, is Tampa Bay.
While I supported the #RACPACK during this run, and am proud to be an ambassador, I also support #bebrave / #TeamJudy. Judy was the Mom of a fellow blogger and passed away from Breast Cancer.
Steph from Orangespoken.com is passionate about bringing awareness, and I is happy to be a part of #TeamJudy.
Karina has been busy being a mom, going to school, and working as a nurse, so we haven't run together much.
This was perfect for us. We had a lovely drive to and from the run and I am proud that even though she has been really busy, she rocked this course !
As usual, I Run 4 Joshua. Joshua is will me on every run, walk, and bike ride.
Check out www.whoirun4.com
2 months after surgery and not training as much as I should have, I did fairly well.
I did not opt in for a chip timed bib, so my Runkeeper kept the time for me.
I'm excited to be back in action, be a part of the Race for the Cure, #TeamJudy, and I Run 4..
My plate is full and my cup runneth over..