What would you do if your soulmate died, you lost your job, and you found yourself with your three young children depending on you along?
For most, it would be a struggle to survive, let alone “keep it together.” Even putting one foot forward every day would become an epic act of bravery. One man defied these very circumstances, and managed to do much more than just survive in the years following his wife’s death.
Terry Hitchcock, age 57 at the time, ran 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days. He traveled over 2,000 miles to bring awareness to the financial and emotional hardships faced by single parents and their children–everyday heroes who run quiet, yet extraordinary, daily marathons.
Meet the author and hear his story Wednesday, September 2, 7:30pm, at Magers & Quinn Booksellers.–David E