Running for a cause

I have had this goal in my head for a while now. It’s finally time to act on this goal. Time to make my running count!

I started running about 3 years ago as a way to stay in shape during the winter. Then it suddenly turned into a passion, a love. Before I knew it I was signing up for half marathons. After I ran my first half I was hooked. I loved the feeling of accomplishment after crossing that finish line. Most of the time it hurts like hell, but I find myself always itching to sign up for another one.

2014 is turning into be the busiest running year I have had yet. I typically hit 1-3 half marathons a year and a handful of 5ks and 10ks, but in 2014 I want to race at least 1 race/month of 13.1 miles or more. I am really hoping that during 2014 I will be able to get my first (and maybe more) marathon under my belt.

While I run these 12+ different races across the country I will be raising money for the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. Donations will be based on a per race basis. You’ll be able to donate directly to the Foundation from here. See the little DONATE on the right side? Click the link below and you will be directly sent to the Foundation’s donation page. Just PLEASE, PLEASE be sure to mention in the “other instructions” box that you are donating for “Two Little Feet for the Fallen.” That way they know to note it towards my campaign.

While I train and tackle races you’ll be able to follow my journey through this blog.

Please check back often for updates! Time to get some miles in.


Posted on October 16, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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