Monday, July 25, 2011

Friends of KPeasey

Hello KPeasey Blog Nation. My name is Paul McNulty and my wife Abbey is a cousin of the Pease's. We live in Delaware and don't get to see Kyle and the rest of the family as much as we would like to, but we are in contact almost daily. Kyle asked if I would mind writing a Blog entry for him and I let him know I would be honored to do it. Kyle wanted me to write about our newborn son and my training for the 1/2 marathon I will be doing with Kyle and Brent in VA Beach, Labor Day Weekend. I told him I would write about that but I also felt compelled to write a few words about Kyle Pease. Kyle never ceases to amaze me with his ambition and drive. Kyle is the main reason I have been training extra hard for our 1/2 marathon together in September.

Check me out training in the KPeasey shirt!

When there are days I don't have the motivation to put in the extra mile or two or the extra set in the gym, I look at that Blue Bracelet on my wrist and use Kyle for inspiration to keep on going. Kyle has made such an impact in our life that my wife Abbey and I named our son after him.

My son Kyle, and yes he rocks his KPeasey blue too!!

Kyle McNulty will meet Kyle Pease for the first time in VA Beach and that is going to be a great day. It is truly special when one person can much such a positive impact on the lives of numerous people - including strangers. Each and everyone of us should use Kyle's (along with his entire family and support staff) amazing accomplishments as motivation for ourselves when we think we cannot do something or think we should not put the full effort in. Let's go VA Beach!! Until then, Keep on Keeping on!!

-Paul McNulty

The McNulty Family with son Kyle and our KPeasey Bracelets!


Anonymous said...

Shouts out to team K Peasey!!

Paul McNulty

Alyssa said...

We love how you named Baby Kyle after such an amazing person! What an inspiring story and an important message. Nice work running the marathons together! Keep up the great work!

The Schweizers' (C-Mac and Lyss)

Anonymous said...

I am so proud of (big) Kyle and his team! Paul has been working his butt off for the race and we can't wait until the Kyle's meet!


emily said...

Go Paul!

You Rock.... Good Luck... wishing you and Kyle the best. Be sure to post pics of little K and big K meeting, So inspiring!

Anonymous said...

Good Luck Paul, Kyle and Brent. I will be rooting y'all on from KOP. You guys are really lucky to have a close knit group to support all of your endeavors.


Anonymous said...

Good vibes from Paul about KPeasey all of the time. Thanks for sharing. I'm so inspired after reading that post that I want to do some chin ups but I'm at work right now so I can't. Good luck with the run fellas.

The Chancellors
Pete, Tricia and Luke

Anonymous said...

Good luck to all! You all are an inspiration....if you guys ever run in Philly, count me in!


Anonymous said...

Good luck with the run! I have no doubt that with the determination and drive you guys have it will be a good day for Team Peasey! "He who is not courages enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life"-Muhammad Ali. Craig Mac

Anonymous said...

Go Pauly! Best to you and your famly.

Val : )

Anonymous said...

Good luck guys - Great to see you taking on another challenge! I know Paul is working hard to get ready and am guessing you guys are doing the same.

Schpotz (Mark Spencer)

Anonymous said...

What a great story. Baby Kyle is very lucky to be named after such an inspirational person! Keep us posted on the race and take lots of pictures when you meet for the first time! Good luck to K Peasey, Brent, and Paul.

P.S.- K Peasey, I bet you will look great in a PHILLIES hat!!!! :)

Erin McNulty

Anonymous said...

K-Peasey, Brent and Paul,

Good luck to the three of you. We know you have put forth alot of effort to prepare for this upcoming event.

Greg & Berni McNulty
P.S. Baby Kyle has some big shoes to fill!!

Anonymous said...

good luck K Peasey, Brent, and Pauly-P. When the 2 "Kyles" meet, I'm sure Virgina Beach will NEVER be the same, God Bless,


Anonymous said...

Best of luck to you, Brent and (big)Kyle on the half marathon.
It truly is awesome that your family is so close. Baby Kyle should be proud to have such a devoted dad.


Anonymous said...

What a great story. Good luck Paul; we all know how hard you have been working for this!


Anonymous said...

I am wishing you all a wonderful, picture-perfect, and temperate day in September for the big run! I can't wait to see pictures of the 2 Kyle's meeting. Little Kyle has the most inspiring namesake. Good luck!

Love, Corina, Nate & Audrey