Monday, October 30, 2017

Walk MS Houston - Nov 5, 2017

Dear Friends and Family,
I recently registered to participate in Walk MS and I'm inviting you to join my team.
Fundraising drives groundbreaking research, provides life-changing services and guarantees a supportive community for those who need it most. Your participation is a powerful step in creating a world free of MS.
Please visit my personal fundraising page to join my team or make a donation. By joining my team, you will be signing up for a great event and an important cause. Each mile we walk, each dollar we raise brings us that much closer to our goal – an end to MS.
I really hope you join my team and support the MS movement.
Thank you!
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Monday, March 13, 2017

Proud to Represent

Did you know that premature birth is the #1 killer of babies in the United States?
I'm on a mission to change that. Our family knows firsthand the challenges of having a baby born too soon. We first started walking in 2008 with our daughter. in 2009 the meaning of the walk became all to real when our first son was born at 20 weeks. Being before V-day (Viability at 24 weeks) he was to little to survive. Eventhough we were already planning to continue to raise funds. I've made it a mission to continue every year.
Join us and walk or donate for all the babies born to soon.
#marchforbabies #whyiwalk

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Invisible symptoms in MS - Momentum Magazine Online

When you have an invisible illness it can be an uphill battle to get others to understand or see what you are going through when what you are going through is unseen.  Check out the article below on how to shine a light on the unseen.

Invisible symptoms in MS - Momentum Magazine Online: