Sunday, April 18, 2010

Eve of Boston Marathon - Photo Collage

I cannot believe I'm running the Boston Marathon for a second time tomorrow. Last year, I ran it days after treatment, and this year I run it cancer free. I will be pounding the pavement with a grateful pounding heart for all 26.2 miles tomorrow.

It's late, and tomorrow is a big day, so I'll post my day as a photo collage instead. More stories and insight to come later.

My day (in pics)?
  • My race shirt is ready to go for tomorrow!
  • Carbo-loading = yum.
  • Short run with the Boston 5K race (Congrats to Josh Cox for the win!).
  • Picking up my bib numbers at the Expo!
  • Visiting the Team World Vision Booth to hear about the Team World Vision's participation in the Comrades (ultra)Marathon, the amazing Cause and the kids (Pictured with runners Andy Baldwin, Me, Erin M. & Josh Cox)
  • Brunch with Team LIVESTRONG, awesome cancer warriors (Best of luck tomorrow!)
  • I'm still raising funds for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. It's not too late to donate at: !!


  1. Go Julie go! I'll be thinking of you all day tomorrow and anxiously awaiting the texts with updates on your progress. You are my hero!


  2. Run like the wind, Julie! Thinking of you today.

  3. Yay Julie! You did it! Congratulations! Art


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