before, on my old blog, and she's doing fantastic! I'm so proud to be the daughter of such a strong woman, and I thought about her (almost) constantly on the run (because sometimes you need to concentrate on trying to breath or not stepping in dog poo).
The run is in honour of Moms on Mother's Day, but also raises money for breast health awareness. The really cool part is that all of the money raised stays in the territory. The Whitehorse hospital got a digital mamogram unit in 2009, entirely paid for by the Run for Mom. Awesome, eh?
I started the first week a few days ago, and basically ran/walked the Run for Mom using the week 1 interval (run 1 minute, walk 1.5 minutes for about 20 minutes)...twice.
I am going to be in so much pain tomorrow.