This Saturday my wife and I were once again privileged to participate in The Komen Race for the Cure. A record crowd of over 50,000 runners and walkers were blessed by beautiful weather. As always the crowd was excited and dressed for the occasion.
This years route was slightly different that last year and really showed off the size of the crowd. It was an impressive site. Yet
even with the massive amount of support for this cause, there was no escaping the fact that with every positive story of celebrating another year of survival, there were many more stories of loved ones lost. Perhaps
toughest visual for me was a small boy, maybe 9, who wore a shirt which read “In Memory of Mommy”. I have thought of this boy often as I am no stranger to the death of a parent at a young age. Let the images like these be our motivation to always give back to our family, friends and community.