Here at The Case of the Missing Cheerios, we’d each like to take a moment to speak on the tragedy that unfolded on Monday. My heart really goes out to those affected by the events at the Boston Marathon. I was really inspired to read this article from a woman who was there that day, well behind the explosions and didn’t find out what occurred until much later: http://www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Editorial-Board-Blog/2013/0416/Boston-Marathon-bombings-won-t-define-my-first-marathon She didn’t see things go down, but she talks about what she will remember from the marathon. It is my hope that the survivors are also able to one day look back on the part of the race where they felt strongest and have some fond memories of the friendships and challenges that emerged throughout. From the worst forest fires, new growth emerges. There is no going back, but I pray that they can continue forward, runners and bystanders alike.