Boston

by Lisa on Tuesday: Apr 16, 2013
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I’ve lived right outside of Boston for my entire life, minus the four years I spent in NY for college. I grew up so close to the city that you could see the skyline from our house. Now, I live about 15 miles away. Thankfully, myself and my friends and family are all fine after yesterday, but it certainly could have gone a different way. Many of my coworkers took the day off to spectate and some to run.

I offer my condolences to anyone who was directly affected by what happened yesterday during the Boston Marathon bombings, and I hope that both the city of Boston as well as the running community (who I feel so close to, thanks to blogging) can recover from what happened yesterday.

After getting out of work last night, I watched the coverage on the news for most of the night. There was a lot of uncertainty even then as to whether there was more danger, and if that danger extended outside of the city. They issued a warning for people to stay inside.

Boston Marathon Bombing News

Despite all of this, it is quite nice to see everyone coming together and supporting each other in such a difficult time.

6 Responses to “Boston”

  1. I like how you look at the bright side. There were amazing stories that left me filled with hope in humanity after such a tragedy. As much as I am sad for the families facing loss and hardships because of this, I love to see people come together.

  2. Creative2xmom says:

    It’s been a rough 24 hours as it all unfolds. So glad to here you’re all doing well.

    Just stopping by to let you know you won the giveaway on my UBP post. Send me your address and I’ll get it out right away.

  3. I know it is hard to hear, I couldn’t believe this place I called home could be attacked like this. i am happy to hear that you and your family are all ok.

  4. Meagan says:

    I’m glad that you and your friends and family are all safe! I know this tragedy must feel so personal with you being a runner and living right outside of Boston. The running community has been so supportive and amazing.

  5. Teresa says:

    Visiting you and new follower via the Getting to Know you Hop. My post I linked up is about Boston too. So tragic and so evil! Please visit me, link up and follow me too, If you are so inclined!

    Teresa

  6. Jessica says:

    This is a pretty great country we live in. Good will always win. 🙂

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