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April 16, 2013


Heather White

Beautifully said. Congrats on your amazing race.

Bekah Holland

This brought tears to my eyes. I know we don't know each other but you are such an inspiration to me and I'm so thankful that you are safe and rejoice with you in your victory!


Congratulations! I am so sad that your moment of joy and triumph was marred by this tragic event. You have been on a roller coaster of ups and downs these past months, but you have the strength and courage to go so so far beyond all this, as you so readily demonstrate. Evil only wins if good people do nothing. You and I are anything but quitters.

Laura @ Mommy Run Fast

So well said, Michelle. I plan to be there with you next year! And congrats again on nailing your run and having such an amazing race- so happy for you, despite the other events of the day.

Angela @ Happy Fit Mama

Beautifully written. I'm so glad that you are safe. On a day that holds so much joy and celebration scarred by tragedy. It's hard to make sense out of senselessness. Despite all this, I still hope to make it to Boston one day.


So beautifully written. I was so inspired reading your story on Another Mother Runner before the race and was looking forward to reading your triumphant recap on their Facebook page. What happened yesterday is so upsetting and so tragic; but I think that it's made me even more determined to get out there and race and volunteer with other runners.


All I know is that every time we come face to face with unimaginable tragedy, love wins. And so again, that will be true.

Well done. You deserve every minute of your victory.

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great man :D

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