Well, Jake is doing it again but this time it's a different 100 mile course. Refresh yourself on his race last year in Ouray here. We love Jake and his wonderful family. I'll continue to keep everyone updated on their adventure and throughout the race on July 26 - 27. HIGH LONESOME 100 ENDURANCE RUN … Continue reading 7.17.19 Richter Racer
I've been going through last years videos and I get more pumped up to be back on Capitol Hill advocating for this community. Jaci and I head out Sunday, and will be meeting with members of legislature all day Tuesday.
Today is the big day! I'm so, so, so excited! Because I know timezones are tricky, this will be on Facebook Live at: 5:30pm ET 4:30pm CT 2:30pm PT Who Is Dr. Michele Arnold, MD? Dr. Michele Arnold, MD practices as a physiatrist at Swedish Spine, Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine - Bellevue, WA. She specializes … Continue reading 5.24.19 Hostest With The Mostest
Fort Worth Walk to Defeat ALS is Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Trinity Park Join our team! Register your team!
Yesterday is a fun day in my little world. Everyone else celebrated along with me under the disguise of "Cinco de Mayo" and that's A - OK with me 🙂 On May 5, 2017 our sweet Baloo Bear joined our family. Kenneth and I love this sweet boy more than we could have ever imagined. … Continue reading 5.6.19 Yesterday in My Little World
We're just going to do the one board this year. Good Luck everybody! Game Rules: Sales will continue until all squares are sold or kickoff on Sunday, February 3th - whichever comes first. All sales will take place online through the SunnyStrong Store and winnings will be paid via paypal on Monday, February 4th. If … Continue reading 1.24.19 Good Luck!
After the Symposium we were determined to adventure out and see everything we could of this city we had been in for almost a week. Monday morning we got up at found our way to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. All of the public sites in Glasgow were free to attend, so we loaded … Continue reading 1.17.19 Post-Symposium Fun
Let's talk Glasgow, it was amazing. We saw a lot of the city, interacted with locals, and by the end of the trip we knew where we "lived" and how to pay in a new currency. And by we, I of course mean Carlie - y'all know I was lost the entire time. We left … Continue reading 1.16.19 Pre-Symposium Fun
HEY! That's Me 🙂 Source: ALS Advocacy in Glasgow: One Advocate's Experience at the 29th International Symposium on ALS/MND - ALS Texas
And we were there! My recap of Scotland will be blasting out next week! via Collaboration and Hope in Glasgow: A Look Back at the Annual ALS/MND Meetings and Research Symposium