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“I wouldn’t say that it has been easy,” he said. “We do spend tons of time with Rachel and Hunter, and this is the one thing Maddy and I can do together besides just sitting there. Before this, our time together was sitting on a chair with her on my lap.
“I don’t think I can describe the emotions that I have. She was 9 or 10 when we first started this. We were finally, after nine or 10 years, able to find that one thing you can enjoy with your kid.”
Maddy underwent back fusion surgery this winter in which rods were implemented from her neck to her hips, and that should result in a more comfortable run for her this weekend.
The Van Beeks also know Maddy can hear. The cart is even equipped with speakers so Van Beek can play all of his child’s favorite songs throughout the run.
“She loves music, so he runs with either Rascal Flatts or Carrie Underwood,” Mary Van Beek said. “When she was a baby, Rascal Flatts was her favorite. We would play it all night when she cried during the night, and it calmed her down.”
Van Beek is a member of the Fifth Third Road Warriors, and he credited his teammates with helping him train. Van Beek, who also competes in triathlons with Maddy, said that his goal is to complete Saturday’s race in 2 hours, 15 minutes.
He has set his goal high. Van Beek said the biggest obstacle is maneuvering the cart through traffic.
Not that Van Beek is worried about what his stop watch says, though. Maddy’s face will be the true barometer of how well the race went.
“The more enjoyment she gets out of it, the more he does,” Mary Van Beek said. “The joy of hearing her laugh, the joy of seeing her smile. All the joy that she gets.
When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too…..Paulo Cohelo
story by by Steve Kaminski.