I’m in love. With the men (and women) that serve our country. Who will protect me and you from harm, danger and are willing to risk their own life for us. I don’t know about you, but just writing those words brings chills to me. I am grateful for each & every one of them.
October 31, 2010 was the 35th running of the Marine Corps Marathon. This would be my 3rd time running this race. Personally, I feel this is a pretty challenging course. I know most people say Boston is. And yes I’ve run Boston. (Note: after finishing the race, I was talking with a gentleman who has run MCM 14 times as well as Boston & he too said this race course is much harder).
Back to the recap.
It was about 39 degrees at 6am. Perfect running weather. I love the chill in the air. As I was driving to the start, I saw hundreds of Marines setting up for us. I couldn’t have been more prouder to know that I was in good great hands. I posted on Twitter this: Ah, seeing a few hundred Marines setting up forPowered by Sidelines