The Boston Marathon 2014
It’s been a year since the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and the news and news is full of stories, tributes, and remembrances. The most helpful thing I can think to do is to offer these resources.
BAA issues new security-inspired rules for Boston Marathon participants Policies for 2014 Boston Marathon Spectators
The One Fund
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9/11 at L’Aroma Cafe – Photo credit Sharon Schindler Photography
Does customer service ever exceed your expectations? Not to be super picky, but usually that’s a no for me. The drill is that you call a company and are on hold forever, don’t get a real person (confession – sometimes I press “0″ or other random numbers to break out of the vortex – sometimes it even works), and no resolution of the problem. Not . . . → Read More: Crisis Managed – Thanks to Moo.com
For the first time in over thirty years, I missed the Boston Marathon. I missed my street being closed off, I missed the early morning quiet transforming into a carnival-like day. I missed people setting up lawn chairs on the side of Comm. Ave, the balloon and food vendors, the music, the joy. We have timed our crossing of the route to see friends (you . . . → Read More: Marathon