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What wonderful news about your wife's full recovery!

And I don't know how you simultaneously manage to capture the full physical horror of tongue cancer in just a few lines while at the same time framing a beautiful story of endurance, strength and recovery---it was a tough and important post, I salute you both.

Here's to your family, and the 13 and a half miles you will run together. The unbelievable magic of that word "together."


Gee, thanks Jim, and thanks for the donation - surely there should be a government policy that a donation from the Rev is matched fourfold by the treasury?

Mark Curcher

Run well both of you and SO happy that Sarah has made a full recovery. As a big Lance Armstrong fan and as my father has been battling Leukemia for some years - and still running 2 hour marathons at age 71 (he puts me to shame) - I am always inspired and moved by stories like this.
Any Zombies running by the way?

Martin Curcher

Glad your on the road to recovery and can assure you that Cardiff is a fantastic event, did it myself about 4 years ago and finishing in the Millenium stadium is awesome.
Have a good one!


@Mark - thanks very much for the comment and the donation.
@Martin - ah, they don't do the stadium finish any more. Agree it was great, but they just end round by the civic centre now.

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