Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Our First Boston Marathon
"You didn't have to hear or witness the explosions to feel their horrible effects. I'm so grateful I was spared the knowledge of what was happening until after I was safely with my kids and twin in our hotel. I hope there will be ways we can show our support for those still in the hospital and with months of recovery ahead." @LeahCville
"Thoughts are with injured & their loved ones. May they receive support for long-term physical & emotional recovery process." @TwinsRun
We're still trying to find the words to write our stories about our first Boston Marathon. In the meantime, we'd like to share these words written by others.
Boston - A grim reminder that all that we love is a gift -- not a given
By Jennifer Van Allen, Runner's World
Joan Benoit Samuelson - Boston Will Stand Tall
By Aimee Berg and Roxanna Scott, USA TODAY Sports
By Dimity McDowell, Another Mother Runner (AMR)
The Runners' Spirit and the Human Spirit
By Jay Scott, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer
Specialists say wounded psyches also need healing
By Lisa Wangsness
Mental Fallout from the Boston Bombings
By Elspeth Cameron Ritchie
Boston Blasts A Reminder Of 'The Fragility Of Life'
By Alix Spiegel
Victims of explosions are facing a long road ahead
By Michael Levenson
6 False Things You Heard About the Boston Bombing
By Dana Liebelson and Tim Murphy
Bloody Visions: What Would the Boston Bombing Look Like in the Google Glass Era?
By James Poniewozik
Tragedy in Boston: One Photographer’s Eyewitness Account
By John Tlumacki
A Photographer’s View of the Carnage: “When I Look at the Photos, I Cry”
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I have tears in my eyes reading your posts. I am so glad you are both safe, but can't imagine being there. My heart goes out to everyone involved and affected by this tragedy. Take care.
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