My Run, Documentary

Are you thinking about how you can be inspired to run in  Grandma’s Marathon? Do you know someone who has lost his wife to breast cancer and is a single dad? Do you want to feel passion, inspiration, and a sense of purpose for a greater cause?

Consider going to “My Run,”  an award winning  inspirational documentary, narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thorton. It is about Terry Hitchcock, a modern day super hero who ran 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring awareness to the struggles faced by single parents and their children.

You and your children should go because it talks about being strong. It portrays phyical endurance and the will of the human spirit to unite in “My Run.”

Seats are very limited, so purchase your tickets at : or at Duluth 10. Remember the date is March 31st at 7:00 p.m. only. You want to be included in this great movie shown nationwide. Bring your family or friends.

I saw the clip, and I thought about Melissa Ethridge singing the song, “I Run for Life.” People are starting to think about Grandma’s Marthon, practicing, running, and getting that real compassion they need to participate. I think about how Melissa Ethridge singing her song, a breast cancer survivor or should I say thriver. If  Terry Hitchcock could run with all his health problems, we need to get out there and exercise folks.

Steve Horner from Duluth composed this film.