gratitude-a-thon day 351: the finish line where it all began

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A lot has been said about the upcoming marathon and how to walk (or run, as the case may be) the fine line of commemorating it so that the survivor’s and the city’s resilience is on full display, while not taking anything away from this year’s runners. Personally, I think this year should be about the comeback, so while I’ll be clapping for every runner as I watch, I will also be holding in my heart the people whose lives were lost and indelibly changed last year, and a city that has made it clear we’re nobody to mess with.

I think this is beautifully done. Respect.

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