Goodbye Cari

This afternoon Cancer took the life of my sister. She was 36 years old and is survived by her husband and three young children. I take solace that the pain this disease was causing her has now ceased, but I will miss her dearly from here on out. She was always a great older sister and my closest family ally.

Life is unscripted, always make the most of it.

Thank you to all my friends (and strangers) who have sent kind words my way. I truly appreciate them.

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Log

14 miles – 6 miles relatively easy, 6 miles at 5:30, 2 cool down

Music

Suicidal Tendencies – Lights, Camera, Revolution

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9 responses to “Goodbye Cari

  1. Scott – My condolences for your sister. Having dealt with a similar situation, it is comforting to know they are in a better place.

    As I wrote, my nephew was born today; life giveth and life taketh. Indeed, it’s all unscripted. My condolences my friend. Keep that head up amigo.

  2. Sorry to hear this Scott. Deepest sympathies to you and your family.

  3. My deep condolences and sympathy.

  4. Our thoughts are with you. I am so sorry for your loss.

  5. Thank you everybody for your thoughts…I really appreciate them.

  6. Scott….Dedicate your Chicago marathon to Cari!!! She will be watching from heaven and smiling!!

    Love, Dana

  7. Oh scott im so so sorry, my heart gasped when i read todays blog title,i feel for you and your entire family and send you my greatest sympathies.! 😦

  8. dude i’m really sorry. i have four young children and if they lost their mother it would be so horrible for them. my heart goes out.

  9. I am so sorry to hear this. My prayers go out to everyone in your family and all she touched in life.

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