One Year Later – How You're Staying #BostonStrong
PEOPLE reader Laurie and her friends are "running strongah" one year after the Boston Marathon Bombing of April 15, 2013.
"Supporting Boston Strong 1 year later," Michelle Butterly says while showcasing the iconic Boston Red Sox logo.
THIS IS OUR CITY
PEOPLE reader Rachel has double the spirit with a Boston Strong shirt and a Red Sox bracelet.
INKED IN MEMORIES
This tattoo means a lot to Stacy Walsh, whose daughter (pictured) ran the 2013 race. "My Molly – on that awful day, and her tattoo to never forget. She will be running [again] on Monday – looking forward to a victorious picture from the finish line!"
Tori B celebrates the strength of her city with an encouraging T-shirt.
Being in Alaska isn't stopping PEOPLE reader Felisha from showing us how much she loves Boston!
Even business owners are coming out to show their support! Boston's Suffolk Construction is holding a treadmill "run-a-thon" at their headquarters to raise money for One Fund Boston.
Nothing is stopping this group from running! Nancy B Lively and her pals get ready to dominate in the next marathon, happening this Monday, April 21.
SILVER & STRONG
PEOPLE reader Rachel Rogers wears her pride where we can all see it: on a beautiful bracelet.
IT'S YOUR TURN!
Are you showing your Boston pride today? Upload a photo here or Tweet or Instagram it using #PeopleBostonStrong, and you could be featured on PEOPLE.com!