I didn´t write last week, because I really couldn’t find any words to express the myriad of things I (and the rest of us) were feeling. I kept trying to think of what to write and found no words.
I am constantly reminded of what a wonderful and resilient community we are as runners, and the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings was no exception.
Runners banded together to help each other and to honor the memories of bombing victims and first responders. In the aftermath of the bombing, we have seen the wonderful side of humanity in those that of helped others. This is what I will choose to remember about last week.
In other news, home improvement projects are progressing nicely. I am moving on to the boys’ playroom now. I am almost finished with the painting. I can’t wait to share pics!!
Yesterday also brought the arrival of my first Stitch Fix. A group of my running friends introduced me to Stitch Fix. I am often challenged to find time to shop for clothes, and I am always wishing I could step outside of my “clothing box.” Enter Stitch Fix.
You sign up and pay a $20 fee (which goes towards your purchase from the fix) and fill out a style profile with your sizes, styles you like, etc. Your fix is scheduled and you then receive 5 items hand-picked by a stylist. The clothing items come complete little cards that show you some looks with the items.
How have you guys been dealing with the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings?