Curre is the Latin word for “Run.”
While running the annual Hit the Bricks Run-a-Thon at Wake Forest University, I thought to myself there must be more I can do. Don't get me wrong, one day fundraisers are amazing, but only have a span of 1 day. I spent some time reflecting on different possibilities and landed on the idea of a multi-day Run-a-Thon. I committed to running 5 kilometers every day for 100+ days. There will be no days off, no excuses, rain or shine, hot or cold, I will complete the 5k. Why? I was inspired by the fact that cancer takes no days off. You can’t be busy and put off cancer. You can’t be too tired on a certain day and take a rest day. You have to fight and grind and struggle and keep grinding. I am doing this not to compare a measly 5 km to the struggle of cancer, but to highlight the grit and perseverance that those with cancer have and how hard the fight against cancer is.
I am excited to take on this journey. I am asking that, if you are able, you would support me and this endeavor. Whether it be an encouragement, coming out and running with me, or most helpfully through a donation of an amount you can afford, I will be incredibly grateful
Curre does not mean "to run." It does not translate to “I run." Curre means “Run!” It's a command. So here I go...
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