Happy birthday to this chick! :) Sake bombs at Arigato! Yummy, delicious sushi! Have been craving it for awhile!
Brunch. Nap. Graduation party. Ironman 3. Captain America. Sushi. Beers. Ice cream & cake. Great birthday weekend with the besties! :)
HOLY. MOLY! We are a month away! AAAAHHHHHH!!!
Random: First race as a 27 year old. Buahaha.
Unfiltered. Mother’s Day 10k. Happy Mother’s Day!! :)
Created a race in memory & honor of my mommy & all mothers. What started off as a small idea for my co-workers as motivation to run turned into a family & friends event. Thank you all for partaking in the festivity and making it a fun event. It was a good time!
I was beyond words when I found out my mommy’s sisters & mom were coming. It was so great to see them. They remind me so much of my mom & I can feel her presence in them.
Mother’s Day has not been the same without my mommy, but this year, it felt nice to share it with my Aunties and Lola who are wonderful mothers & my friends whose moms live far or those who have lost their moms, too.
Mothers are amazing beings! I thank my mommy for raising me the way she did. I hope to be as great as she was if/when I have my own.
More planning and organizing need to happen. Until next year… :)
Filtered. My pops & I.
Early Mother’s Day celebration with my papa, Kuya & sister.
Took the boat out to give mommy flowers then a yummy dinner. :) Wish you were here, mama.
Let the 5700 who didn’t cross the finish line run the Boston Marathon in 2014
Approximately 5,700 Boston Marathoners had our dream cut short by the terrible acts of April 15th. We were not able to experience the exhilaration that only crossing the finish line can bring. The most exciting day of our lives turned out to be the scariest. We were lucky that we hadn’t quite made it to the finish and therefore were safe from harm. However, we will forever carry emotional scars from those horrifying moments.
The Boston Athletic Association (BAA), the organization in charge of running the Marathon, is providing those of us who didn’t get a chance to finish the race with a finisher’s medallion and an estimated finishing time. We are certainly appreciative of these efforts, but we feel our journey is not complete. We worked hard to get to the finish line and greet our families with tears of joy. Now we cannot say we accomplished our goals. Instead we have to say we almost finished.
That’s why I’m asking the Boston Athletic Association, as well as the Cities of Boston and Newton and towns of Hopkinton, Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, and Brookline, to grant the 5,700 of us automatic entry into the 2014 Boston Marathon. We are not asking for a free spot, simply a guaranteed entry. The leadership of the BAA has mentioned that they are considering their options on this issue, so let’s send a unified message together.
We respectfully ask that a Wave Four be created so that we may run with our brothers and sisters in solidarity and healing. We want to be able to finish what we started. We want to do it with one another. We want to be able to say that we completed the Boston Marathon.
A petition has been started to help allow the 5700 runners who never got to finish the Boston Marathon run it again this next year if they choose to. Often runners only get one shot at competing in the marathon in their lives due to how hard it is to get into the race. Support this petition to urge the Boston Marathon organizers to allow the 5700 to have another shot. - Thorne Performance
Gaaaahhhhh!!! I want! Wish they had it in another color that could match both black, brown, navy blue, but nonetheless I love this design. *drooling*