You are not going to believe the weekend I had.
I drove to the cape.
(No, I did not stop at Chatham Pottery)
although I wanted to.
The traffic was crazy, but it was a beautiful day.
The kids were already running. Imagine?
Running almost 200 miles?
Do you remember when Alexandra
wanted to run in the NYC marathon?
Well, this is what came of that.
This year there were 72 runners and 12 drivers.
Volunteers who drove to Ptown for 4:00AM
(thank you for keeping us sane, Meggie)
Six sets of siblings, maybe more.
Elementary School friends.
High school and College friends.
Tuck School of Business was represented.
Friends of friends.
Flights in from Florida, Chicago, and of course Colorado.
NYC, Boston, Acton,
and the great state of RI were
strongly represented. Australia was there!
And Billy McGuire was represented.
A 22 on the back of their running shirts.
Billy's number. He ran with each one of them.
Not only did they run,
but they worked at raising money for Project ReMind.
The non-profit that Alexandra and Mark
started so that money would go
directly to research Frontotemporal Degeneration.
So other families might someday
not go through what we did.
It's what you always said you wanted...
to help other families.
Mark is working full time,
more than full time to build this company.
You would be so proud.
I have been humbled many times these past few years.
But this weekend slays me.
Kenny, it was amazing.
I wish you were here with us.
I missed you by my side.
But imagine how wonderful
to be part of their accomplishments.