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Bloggin' Bridge's Nashville News

Cassidy Blackton, Dierks Bentley's wife, is not only one hell of a runner but she's also quite philanthropic.

 

The country star's wife raised over $23,000 for a Nashville charity with her run in the Boston Marathon last week.

 

The money she raised went straight to Nashville’s Safe Haven Family Shelter, a charity that aims to end family homelessness through education and advocacy, according to CMT.

 

Her journey was document on social media thanks to Dierks, who created an Instagram page for the cause, @cassrunsboston17. He didn't stop there though, he shared his support for his wife on his own personal account too.

 

 

 

Here we go @cassrunsboston17! Your @bostonmarathon pit crew is ready to cheer you on! number one fans. CRUSH IT #beboston

A post shared by Dierks Bentley (@dierksbentley) on

 

 

Cassidy, who finished the race in 3 hours and 26 minutes, reflected on the experience though the IG.

 

 

 

I'm reaching the maximum number of posts that one can reasonably dedicate to one race so ill wrap up with hugs. Hugs to Boston. I can't believe how that city turns out for the runners. Hugs to the little kids lined on the side of the street with their hands out to high five the runners. Hugs to the volunteers and everyone there keeping people safe. Hugs to the girls who cheered for me at mile 6 and the person who I couldn't see who screamed my name and "Safe Haven" at mile 10. I hope you heard me scream back. To everyone who shared encouraging words and those who donated to Safe Haven...gigantic bear hug. The last six miles of yesterday's race were mind bending. I lost my center and everything hurt and it felt like it would never, ever end. And yet here I am already feeling nostalgic for it. That's the weird magic of a marathon...or I guess of anything that is hard but worth it.

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