I created Running for Trevor exactly 1 year after my baby brother Trevor passed away in a tragic car accident. Running and the blog have helped me to cope with his death and I know Trevor is always watching over me and in my heart forever.
Trevor was my best friend. I did not ever have a lot of friends growing up but I always had Trevor. Whenever I got called to hangout with friends I would turn them down because I would rather be spending time with my brother. Losing my baby brother and my best friend has been the hardest thing in my life. I talked to him every single day and hung out with him almost everyday up until the day of his death.
Coping with his death has taught me courage, faith, endurance, and most importantly that life goes on whether we want it to or not. When Trevor passed away I was convinced my life was over but it is not and I now have a new perspective on life.
I strive to live each day to the fullest and truly live every day as if it is my last. Life is fragile and could end without any warning so be the best YOU that you can be each and every single day.
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”