I found an article that asks whether charity runs are bad for the sport:
I have to tell you, as one fairly new to running, I had never even considered that question, or thought that the sport of running is somehow weakened or lessened by having charity runs. In fact, quite the opposite. It gives people who don't normally run a chance to experience running, and raises money for a good cause at the same time. What's the harm in that?
Loved the Biggest Loser finale. I am so glad Michelle won, and thought it was hilarious that Ed was America's vote in a landslide. I told you so.
Can't wait for the next season in January to start. Did it really only take that kid 19 years to get to be 400+ pounds?
Ran 3 miles again on packed ice/snow last night. Great run, but I am hoping this stuff will melt soon.