Race for the Cure

IAATB – Part II (And An Apology)

First the apology. I’m sorry. I know there are several of you whose lives revolve around this blog and I’ve gone over a month – a whole, long month – without blogging at all, the longest I’ve ever gone. And after I promised to endeavor to attempt to try to do better. I will make…

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The Most Incredible Mother’s Day

**WARNING**LENGTHY POST Yesterday was an odd, yet wonderful Mother’s Day. It ranks right up there as one of, if not my favorite Mother’s Days ever. Another high ranking Mother’s Day was when the kids were small. It was a chilly, rainy day and when we came home from church Todd and the kids went to…

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My Week in Arkansas, Part 3

**My ears are all plugged up and I’ve got that nasty, post nasal drip thing going on. Tomorrow is the Philadelphia Race for the Cure and my first time to walk since both my mom and myself were diagnosed with breast cancer. Which means it’s my first time to do the Survivor Parade down the…

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Racing Days Gone By

This morning I registered the four of us to walk in the Philadelphia Race for the Cure 5K on Mother’s Day. We’ll be walking with team H4J – to be explained in a later post. Today I’m writing about a very special past race. Every October from the year 2000 on, the church we attended…

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