Friday, March 9, 2012

A Worthwile Reemergence

So, it has indeed been a long while. My lack of writing should not be any indication of a lack of activity. And, it hasn't meant any less excitedness surround the kidlets either. Quite the contrary actually. No, if anything, life has simply outpaced my ability to sit down and write every day.

I do miss it though. And, if you know me, I certainly have plenty to say.

Irregardless of my lackadaisical attitude about writing there are times when thing must be said. There are times when things are far too important to go without saying.

This is one of those times.

This year Sydney and her story have been selected to be highlighted for this year's neuroblastoma walk. Sounds like a good thing, right? Well here's the problem, they have a goal of $150,000 this year. If Sydney and I don't perform they won't have us back and, worse yet, some incredibly important research wont be funded.

So, I am asking for your help. If you can come out and participate in the walk, please join Sydney's team here. She loves to see new 1K walkers and 5k runners on her team. If you can't participate but can still donates $5, $20, or $100 to her team we will gladly walk in your honor.

You can read Sydney's story on page two below:


Once again, I have purpose!


Helene said...

I'll be more than happy to participate for the sake of such a brave little girl and, everybody else who is fighting and, have fought the battle against childhood cancer. I can't be there in person, but I'll be glad to donate when I get payed in just a few days.

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