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Running for Boston

Yesterday I shared my feelings on the tragedy at the Boston Marathon and today I want to reinforce my thoughts about the strength of the running community.  It has been truly AMAZING to see how people have come together to show their support.  Here are some other posts about yesterday’s events from bloggers around the community:

If I missed you and you want to share, please link up in the comments below.

As you can see, the running community has come out in force today.  Many people are wearing race shirts to show their support or running 4.09 (the time on the clock) or 2.62 miles today.  I did both.  I wore my Princess Half shirt at work and I ran 4.09 miles in my WDW Marathon shirt when I got home.

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This morning I asked all of you to send me your photos from today.  Photos in your race shirts, from your runs, or just showing support, and I can’t believe the response I got.  My original plan was to just post them here on the blog, but I thought a slideshow would be much better 🙂  Thank you to Krissy at Shiawase Life for pointing out the significance of the song “We Go On” from Illumination at Epcot.  This is one of my favorite songs and it is the perfect background for this.  Just look at everyone showing their support…there are close to 90 photos here and I had to loop the song because of it.  You all are AMAZING!!  Even Rachel Booth, winner of the Princess Half Marathon, sent in a pic!! xoxoxo

Thank you again for coming out in force today to show your support for the runners and spectators in Boston.  I am so proud to be part of this community and call you all my family.  If I missed your photo, please post it in the comments below or on the Running at Disney Facebook Page.

We are stronger than ever and we WILL go on!

15 Responses to Running for Boston

  1. heart soaring
    Amanda Tinney recently posted..In Honor of the Boston Marathon SpectatorsMy Profile

  2. Oh wow. Those pics had me choking up all over again. I love our running community!

    My Boston blog post:
    http://www.run-halfway.blogspot.com/2013/04/what-to-say-or-what-to-do.html

  3. Great video. Thanks for including us.

  4. Wow, that totally brought tears to my eyes. Runners are amazing!

    So sorry I didn’t get you a picture, I took one and then totally forgot to send it to you!

    Love to Boston!
    Danielle recently posted..Runners Are Strong.My Profile

  5. Sarah, that was amazing! Thank you so much for taking the time to do that…It was beautiful, and I cried from beginning to end.
    Boston is really so appreciative of everyone’s outpouring of love..The silver lining to this awful cloud.
    Thank you again for this wonderful video.

  6. So awesome – glad to be a part of this!
    Kristen @ The Smith Summary recently posted..Supermom WeekendMy Profile

  7. Great post and video, Sarah. Sorry I didn’t get you a pic, but I did wear my most recent race shirt all day yesterday (and that was after I ran).
    Pete Olson recently posted..Running Lesson #2: You Can Do More Than You Think!My Profile

  8. LOVE. Thanks for sharing, S <3
    Krissy @ Shiawase Life recently posted..wordless wednesday.My Profile

  9. Here are my thoughts on Boston that i wrote the other night.

    http://lifeinpink.typepad.com/my_weblog/2013/04/my-thoughts-on-boston.html

    Thanks for including me in the slide show!
    Sarah recently posted..My Thoughts On BostonMy Profile

  10. My thoughts on Boston, written just after it happened that day (excuse the raw emotion!):
    http://2princessesontherun.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/heartbreak-hill/
    Jodi Snowdon recently posted..Heartbreak beyond Heartbreak HillMy Profile

  11. Love the running community – so many strangers and we’re a family. Stay strong runners!!

    http://fitplusfearless.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/boston/

  12. Beautiful video, thanks for sharing! My heart breaks for everyone touched by this. Here’s my post…sending love, thoughts, and prayers from Canada

    http://diaryofaneverydaygirl.blogspot.ca/2013/04/for-boston.html

  13. Thank you so much for including me in your post. What a horrible tragic event, but seeing everyone wearing their race shirts to work and going out running makes me realize how amazing this running community is – we will pray for Boston, but we won’t stop running!
    Abby @ BackAtSquareZero recently posted..A Change in PerspectiveMy Profile

  14. Love this 🙂

  15. Love this 🙂

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