|In honor and memory of Jinky 1968-2011|
But you see the picture above. I have my bib number and I will brave the full marathon tomorrow. The pink carnation I will hold in my hand the entire race in her honor and memory. She fought her battle against breast cancer with a lot of courage, so shall I go out and give it my all even though I am undertrained. She didn't sign up to get cancer and suffer, so why should I complain about the pain tomorrow. This race is for you, Jinky. Like the San Francisco Marathon slogan, this is definitely worth the hurt.
God bless all runners in the San Francisco race. And in solidarity, may I invite you to go out and offer your run, walk, or workout tomorrow in prayer for the sick and the suffering who are unable to enjoy the blessings of physical activity...for strength and healing.