In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," an appreciative runner in the Boston Marathon thanks the people who cheered her on. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Chrissy Yamada came to Boston from Seattle to run the marathon.
She was stopped last year at mile 25.
"In the summer, I started to think about what am I going to do to be thankful and grateful. That's all I can think of. Everyone's hurt. How do I help them heal somehow, some way?" Yamada said.
She discovered the way to give back was literally to hand out thank you notes, passing out 260 signed notes to honor those wounded last year.
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