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Little Rock Marathon

I am so very proud of Taylor.  He decided last year to train for the the LR Marathon.  Not the 5k, not the half but the WHOLE marathon.  After much training he hurt his back pretty bad and had to delay his run until this year.  We were laughing because when I went into labor with Burke, Dr. Sellers was on a 100mile bike ride so we just knew something like that happen with Winnie being due so close to the LR Marathon.  Sure enough we delivered little bit the Tuesday before the marathon.  Thankfully all was well and we were home by Thursday so Taylor could get rested for Sunday.  Brit and I took the boys and headed down after church to meet Taylor at the finish line.  Watching all the people come in was pretty exciting but not as exciting as when Taylor came through.  His very first marathon and he ran it in 4hrs and 12min.  Pretty good isn't it.  I know I will never accomplish that.  I can't even run a half mile.  :)  Not my thing.

Taylor, congratulations!  We are so proud of you!
-Sarah

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