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November 02, 2012


Bloomberg is an idiot and this is the icing on the cake of his crazy directives. People are trapped in those highrise buildings...dying for food and water. It's just too bad Gulliano isn't mayor. Those poor people are truly on their own. Maybe the runners should boycott this one. Praying for those folks in harms way and for our country. xo Nancy

Dana I wish they would post pone it as well. I know people have trained hard but there will be more times for running. Right now I would like to see ALL resources using their time to help get lives back together.


How nice to see some bright color by those beige cornstalks! Happy running!

That is very cool that your cornstalks lasted for a whole year. I love looking at how people decorate their porches...no matter the season.
WOW...nice weather for sure !!!!!!!!!!
We have been in the 20's........grey and foggy.
I could use some sunshine about now.

Although I appreciate how hard those folks trained to participate in the marathon, basic needs come first. There will always be another marathon.

Susan and Bentley

I am just catching up with all the footage and loss from the storm...I was out of town and got back with a yucky flu bug... Just heart aching pictures. I am not surprised they postponed.
Your are an inspiration to us all running sweet Dana!!
Happy PS!!!!


Dana, you know how time has a way of just taking over sometimes? I just carved out some of that time and made it a point to visit your blog and I am SO proud of you with your exercise and running schedule! OH my gosh, you are my inspiration!! Like you, I am very happy the marathon was cancelled. I think it's wonderful that so many of the runners who had already arrived in NYC decided to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy while there. Now that's the American spirit.

I read back in your posts to catch up on what's new with you and, Dana, my heart broke when I read about you losing Frankie in August. I am so, so sorry. Frankie was so handsome. As I'm sure you've seen on my sidebar, I am very partial to black kitties and your Frankie was a beauty. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss... Donna

Hi Dana,

I'm sorry it took so long for me to respond to this post. I am moving slooowly.

I love those burlap bows!

The caution tape is a nice souvenir, and I expect SR will find other uses for it.

I feel for those suffering from Nasty Sandy. Having lived in hurricane country for so long, I know what they are experiencing.

Hi Dana. I agree with everything you said about the election. That's exactly how I felt. I'm glad we were able to catch up. You're one of those people who, no matter how much time goes by without us talking, we can pick right up where we left off :)

Take care and I'll be back soon,


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