Graceful Like a Chicken

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...because life's humor is worth seeking ...because my fourth, doh, make that fifth baby doesn't take up the time betwee...

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Boston Marathon 2014: The Days Before

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Boston Marathon 2014: Race Day Morning

[...] This post is not going to go on at length about how incredible the Boston Marathon is, how it is like no other marathon or how it is essentially the Holy Grail of races. Maybe [...]

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Boston Marathon 2014: The Days Before

Kurt and I arrived in Boston late Saturday evening, checked into the hotel in Westborough where we stayed last year and then left to have dinner at a [...]

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