"Running is a Gift. Freedom of flight, of leaps, bounds, two working legs that coordinate beautifully to carry my body up a hill. Each inhale and exhale I take, each breath a treasure.
My husband and I work in a pediatric hospital in Colorado. I am an occupational therapist and he is a pulmonologist. I work with children with a variety of disabilities ranging from motor impairments, to cancer, to sensory processing disorder.
My summer race is the Pikes Peak Ascent.Each year at the beginning of Pikes Peak Ascent we are greeted by 4 of my husband's patients who are either wheel chair bound or require a variety external mechanical supports to breathe. The kids (...)" Click the link in BIO to read the rest of Margaret's story!
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