The following is a reprint of an item on my
Walk MS Personal Page [link no longer available]. I’m reprinting it here as the final installment of my series of blog posts to mark MS Awareness Week.
That phrase is taking on new meaning for me this year. This is the first time I will be walking for Walk MS 2011 in Reston. I’d volunteered before, but I wanted to actually walk.
You see, I have MS; and because of the unpredictable nature of the disease, I’ve tried to live by the motto “Do it while you can!” Because there may be a time when I can’t. That is the nature of this unpredictable disease.
So, that’s why I’m walking this year. I hope you can join me or support me by
making a donation [secure link]. [last year’s link; no longer available]
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If you missed the previous 4 posts this week, here are links to them:
- Day 1, Help Me Mark MS Awareness Week
- Day 2, MS Awareness Week: Info About MS
- Day 3, MS Awareness Week: Blogs and More
- Day 4, MS Awareness Week: Ways To Help
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