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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The results are in, and...

We took 1st!!!!!
Now the time may not be accurate but I definitely think we took 1st! So proud of our team! We did it!

Life is about how you react when things don't go according to plan, and most of the time things don't :)

Thanks for letting me be a part of your team, you are all awesome :) It was definitely a growing experience that I am grateful to have had.

Des and Coy, thank you for the inspiration to push through adversity, I don't know you personally but you are an inspiration!!!!

Sorry I don't have a complete team picture!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Sad News

Sorry to report that the young man that was hit didn't make it. He passed away yesterday afternoon. The news said he had too much brain damage. My heart breaks...

Monday, March 1, 2010

Hey girlies!! Hope everyone made it home safely. I wanted to make sure you all knew the kid who got hit has survived. Here is a news article about it from the Arizona Republic...

Saturday afternoon, students at Brophy Prep High School file in and out of a campus square, shaken. Inside they hug, write letters and hold a prayer vigil for 18 year old Robby Mayasich. Adria Renke from Brophy says," He's brilliant. He's waiting to get letters from Harvard and Brown. Pre med. Curious learner. Great all around kid."
Robby was running a leg of the Ragnar Relay Series. The company sponsors 24-hour relay races in different regions of the U.S. This one was a two day relay from Prescott to Mesa. According to DPS, Robby was running along the Carefree Highway just north of Peoria at one o'clock Saturday morning. Though he was accompanied by an escort car, Robby was hit by another car on the road and suffered head trauma and several broken bones; Saturday afternoon he was in critical condition. Robby is the son of KPNX Sales Manager Dan Mayasich.Robby's grandfather, John Mayasich, was a member of the US Olympic hockey team in 1960. Friday night, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams interviewed John for a story on the 1960 team.