It’s Official – I’m in! Times Two!

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Today is the day I knew I would qualify for the 2015 TCS NYC Marathon. Nine races and a volunteer opportunity through the NYRR since January, and I’m in. Ah!

But then life threw us a little curve ball … but a good one.

Yes I am now officially qualified for the 2015 marathon, but I’m not sure if I will be here. Brett’s new job is taking us to Singapore next year, making me unsure if will be able to make it back to NY in November, soooooo – what do with all these races I’ve been doing? Use them as training runs! That’s right – an email I got the other day made me realize I should marathon THIS year. I received an email that there were still charity spots available for 2014 so I have decided to fundraise with Fred’s Team for Cancer Research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering. Yes I’m fundraising – which I’m horrible at, but I’m going to raise the $3,400 I said I would, even if I have to chase people down the street! – and run the 2014 marathon!

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I must be freaking crazy? Ya, I guess I am. But this is something I said I would NEVER do, just a year ago. You see how hard work and a strong mindset changes you to want to do awesome things?! If you think you will never do something because of whatever excuse you have – you are short-changing yourself. Do it! Stop making excuses and do something big, drastic, crazy and insane. You can do it!

So obviously, my campaigning starts now, with you. Please click my Fred’s Team link above or the picture below to donate to my charity on the Fred’s Team page.


Whether we know each other or not, we all know people who have been affected by cancer. Those of us who run do it for these reasons. We want our miles to go to something big and worthwhile. So I choose cancer research.

I look forward to seeing your donations on my page. Thank you! Can't wait to be one of these people!
Can’t wait to be one of these people!


7 thoughts on “It’s Official – I’m in! Times Two!

  1. Congrats! You have so much going on. My mum runs as well and was selected for The Chicago Marathon. I’m using my blog to get donations too


    • Awesome! I will check it out! I love to support people in what they feel strongly about, whether I know them or not 🙂


      • Thanks so much. I’ll have to allocate funds to donate to you as well. I’m not working (recovering from TBI) so that’s the reason I requested donations for my mum in lieu of a birthday gift. She’s a social worker and often days she does her job to help others, not for the money. So I really wanted to do something for her. Thanks again Tamera


      • That’s really wonderful of you Lana! You are most welcome. I hope your recovery is successful.


      • Thank you. It’s been a short painful road but I’m still here and hopeful


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