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Kelly Erin Ludovici

Kelly Erin Ludovici is a master’s student at the Warner School in the school and community counseling program. She is from the Syracuse area and graduated in May 2009 from SUNY Geneseo with a B.A. in psychology.

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  1. Kim
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    Kelly,
    I stumbled upon your post since I’m getting ready to run my first marathon and just had to say I loved your post..especially the pic of you and your dad (SO CUTE!!) running through one of my fav cities–NYC!!! This is definitely motivation for my own journey in running my marathon…can’t do it without the encouragement..you’re so right!!!

  2. Richard Moss
    Richard Moss at |

    Congratulations for sticking with your running dream and getting back into a regular routine. It takes a lot of perseverance to keep at it through all the injuries and illnesses!

  3. john
    john at |

    Wow, what a motivating and inspirational story. Congrats on the quick time too! good luck to you in your future endeavors.
    JR

  4. Jared
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    Kelly,
    I was recently diagnosed with diabetes, and was told to exercise more.  I have since taken up walking daily, and a little jogging.  I have’t yet thought about trying a marathon or anything like that, but I would love to work up my stamina to the point where I could attempt something like that.

  5. Laura Brophy
    Laura Brophy at |

    Congrats Kelly!!! What a great time.  I’m glad you enjoyed the challenge and your big run.

  6. RNF
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    It’s very inspirational & amirable story kelly…I am happy tht you won this challenge.
    All d very best for your bright future.
     

  7. chintan
    chintan at |

    ya really congrats for sticking with your running dream and getting back into a regular routine. It takes a lot of perseverance to keep at it through all the injuries and illnesses!

  8. Candace Barr
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    I just happened upon this blog post, but had to comment. What an inspirational story! I have so much admiration for marathon runners and the dedication and perseverance it takes to both train for, and complete that goal. My younger sister runs marathons and recently ran the Boston Marathon in honor of my baby boy Gavin who passed away last year – she ran with all funds going to Children’s Hospital. I’m so proud of her, and it touches my heart when anyone is able to overcome challenges and meet such a tough goal. Congrats – best wishes on your job search, and love the picture of you and your Dad!
    Here is my blog post on my sister running the marathon – http://strategicexecutiveconnections.com/a-personal-post-miles-for-miracles/

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