It is nearly impossible to find the right photo that adequately captures what happened today in our small town in Utah and all around the world. Because of each of you, this run was a success. We will share more details in the coming days: how much we raised, the families we're going to be able to help, and some remarkable stories of hope, courage and love. Because this has been a global event, we still have people running all over the planet ... which is really neat to think about. If only Mitchie could have seen this. And though, perhaps in some way, he can see this from a different view point ... I wish he could have seen your love through the eyes of the little boy he once was.

We met some remarkable young boys today with DMD ... and families that are equally amazing. There is so much love in the world. So much hope. So much goodness.

As the dust begins to settle, I just wanted to thank all of you who have participated, donated and run wherever you are. I wanted to thank the amazing volunteers who have made significant sacrifices in time and their own money to help make this run a success. 100% of the proceeds will be going directly to our goals found on Miles for Mitchell: MDA Summer Camp activities, PPMD Scholarships, Ramps, Assist Devices and other forms of help for families in need.

Nothing quite helps a broken heart as to set sorrow aside and serve and love another. At least that's what I've discovered. And though I still carry the weight of grief, when I reach out to love and lift another ... somehow the world feels a little less heavy.

I'll share more about the run in the coming days. We were blessed to have some amazing volunteer photographers help capture the event: thank you Lindasy Ross, Jake Garn and Jace LeRoy for helping to capture the spirit of this event. As I get those photos, I'll be sure to share them with all of you.

Today, the world moved an inch closer to heaven. Thank you!