This first thing I want to mention is that you have so far raised $10,300 for Children’s Hospital by sponsoring me in the Boston Marathon. This is an unusually high number for a charity runner to raise and it is due entirely to the generosity of all of you. If you have not had an opportunity to register your sponsorship and feel you are able to contribute then you can do so here
Several very cool things have happened since my last update. I received a letter from the Boston Athletic Association officially assigning me bib number 24795 and a corral assignment in wave 3. This year the BAA changed the starting times a bit for the runners, putting the charity runners in wave 3 which will start running at 10:40, forty minutes after the gun goes off. With 26,500 runners they have to release them in waves or else the roads will be choked. I also received my Children’s Hospital singlet in the mail. All the team members were very excited to get the singlet and I really like the design. I will proudly wear it come race day representing Children’s.
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