Category : General
Category : General
A Trip Through Memory Lane… “I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only about the past.” ― Virginia Woolf I was reading through some of my blogs recently. Even though it’s
When two people are connected, there is a tie – a common thread they both share. For some, it may be church, and for others, it may be a movie or music. For Michael Wasserman and me, it was his artwork and The International Down Syndrome Coalition – in the beginning, at least. Now the tie that
WHY WE SHOULD ALL KERRI ON! Okay, so it’s been far too long since I’ve written in this blog. It has been a bittersweet couple of months for me personally. This incredible group of people who have joined me in my dream of matching runners with children and adults with special needs is growing so
I Run For (IR4) proudly presents a Night With Nine Lashes! Wednesday, July 17th in Grand Forks, ND @ The Ember. This is a free event with a free will offering to support IR4!
You hear it all the time. People who do amazing things because they have “heart.” Even when people don’t want to push themselves, they say, “I don’t have the heart to do it.” But what is it? How do you obtain it? In this instance, “heart” can be translated into “courage.” When I was a
My original idea for this week’s blog was going to be about how I felt such emptiness in life before I started “I Run For…” I had dreams of making it big in music and being rich beyond my imagination, but God had other things in store for me. He wanted me to start this group
for·ti·tude noun \ˈfȯr-tə-ˌtüd, -ˌtyüd\ 1: strength of mind that enables a person to encounter danger or bear pain or adversity with courage (Merriam-Webster) I had originally intended to write this weeks blog about two of our runners who have or are about to begin an incredible feat. David Uhlir competed in a one-hundred (100) mile race.
This last month has been particularly hard on me. I’ve been living in a hotel in a small rural North Dakota town where the main attraction is the obelisk erected at the geological center of North America. While the people here are very nice, it’s not home, nor is it my future home of Nashville.
Each of us lives life in our own way. We are independent, well, for the most part we are. As we grow, we reach certain milestones. At first the milestones are more for someone else’s joy; for example, our first birthday (we certainly don’t remember that!), our first steps and our first words. I’m fairly
When I crossed the finish line of my first ever 5K in Michael’s honor, I fought back a lot of tears. He had pushed me to victory. No, I didn’t win the race nor did I even come close to first place, but he had gotten inside my heart and gave me the courage to