November 20, 2012
I am humbled to be a small part of Ben's Run, which has become so much in a short time. The event honors my daughter's schoolmate, Ben Goldfogle, who lived a too-short life but fought cancer with bravery and humor. It's become so much more than just a fundraiser in the two years since Ben's passing. The event is a symbol of how many people in Ben's community have become stronger by being inspired by his memory. The adults who organize Ben's Run have accomplished something fabulous...but I can't wait to see what Ben's many friends do when they grow up, just because they knew Ben. Ben never complained about his lot in life, and he will always be my hero.
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