I went to Princess weekend sans kid, it was a girls weekend. Mini Me is always asking to go run a race so its coming. I just read a post from a mom that had me in tears – in a good way, about her daughter’s triumphant race finish at the 1 Mile Kids Race Princess Half Weekend. I was reminded of the John Bingham saying above.
My sister Mary Beth was born with Turner’s Syndrome and had no cartilage in her knees. It was a challenge for her to get around at times, especially as she got older. This is not about me, just giving you my appreciation of the amazing Super Sarah Kate and her family.
Sarah Kate, living with Cerebral Palsy, ran the 1 mile kids race during the Princess Half weekend and is a rock star. runDisney, you get complaints and criticisms, but seriously this is why I keep going back. You celebrate the athlete in all of us and I am so proud of you in this story. And to the spectators cheering on Sarah Kate…WAY TO GO. Kudos really.
Do you want to be inspired? Read the following about the Most Awesome Kid in the World and her race. You MIGHT want to have some kleenex ready, its that inspiring a story. #PeopleAreGood
And to Sarah Kate’s mom, thanks so much for sharing this story.
Update June 2014: Sarah Kates story was featured on the Disney Parks Blog in the #WhyIrunDisney athlete series. You can check out that post and video here!
Does this inspire you too?
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