support me in the Race for the Cure, yo

OK, I realize this makes two posts in a row that involve breasts, but this one’s far less controversial…

On November 4th, I’ll be running my fourth consecutive Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, probably the biggest breast cancer awareness & fundraising event in the country. This year is especially meaningful for me because two of my wonderful colleagues at Hoover’s have fought breast cancer since last year’s race (one of them just undergoing major surgery just last week).

So if at all possible, please donate online here to sponsor my run. Your tax-deductible donation supports the Komen foundation’s grant program and funds breast cancer education, screening, and treatment programs in central Texas.

I haven’t run but once or twice since Graham was born, but I can’t stay away from this event. Time to get training.

Thanks. We now resume our regular programming of long periods of silence punctuated by self-righteous sarcasm.

folks before you had this to say:

  1. Tim

    “I realize this makes two posts in a row that involve breasts”

    What’s your point?


  2. Chris K

    As long as this wasn’t another Lifford Crusade to get Robert Smith back into the main stream… I’m in.

  3. Regina

    My aunt had breast cancer and it has made my family very aware of the situation. It seemed to have come from no where when it occurred. I give time and money when I can. Get to running!

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