Note to self; get your business done.
Despite the loss of my independence, mobility and now my voice, I am more determined than ever to make a difference in the ALS community. I decided to use my eye-gaze controlled computer to help others. I have begun a donation campaign to raise money to bring a comforting “hug” to children affected by a loved one with ALS. It is my hope that this worthy cause will go beyond the Green Bay, Wisconsin area to help children throughout Wisconsin and across the country. My fundraiser has already gone beyond borders. Besides Wisconsin, kids from Indiana, Alabama and even Ontario Canada have gotten a “Hug”.
Please consider donating, even if it’s only a couple of dollars. If you can’t contribute, I would appreciate your support by sharing my message.
There are actually 3 ways to donate.
By check, mail to:
Lets Make ALS Bearable”
Denmark State Bank
1740 Scheuring Road
De Pere, WI 54115
PayPal to my email: email@example.com
There is also a Go fund me page: https://www.gofundme.com/lets-make-als-bearable
If anyone knows of a child affected by ALS who would like to get a “hug”, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance for your time and consideration, a huge thank you to everyone who has already helped make my dream to give some love to the ALS community a success!
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We must have a theme, a goal, a purpose in our lives. If you don’t know where you’re aiming, you don’t have a goal. My goal is to live my life in such a way that when I die, someone can say, she cared.
~ Mary Kay Ash ~
4th of July is by far my favorite holiday. Fireworks, Family, Friends and Fun. Bikinis, Boats, Beer and BBQs. No expectations, no pressure. I am so lucky to have experienced some of the most epic 4th of July’s ever!
This 4th of July I’m sitting on my couch listening to the fireworks and reminiscing about all the wonderful ones I have been apart of. The photos above show the last 3 … ALS 4th of July’s.
The first one was July 2015. I had officially stopped working and moved onto the boat in San Diego. We were still full of hope and having fun. (Seriously look how tan we were!) We knew what ALS was and we knew we had a timeline but we still didn’t “get it”. We had spent the day fishing and enjoying family and friends and then cruised the bay for one of the most mind…
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