It’s that time again!!!
I cannot believe it’s been a year already!
If you are new around here, or don’t quite remember the details, here’s the lowdown:
November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. With that comes events around the country, including a few our family will specifically be participating in.
The Walk to End Epilepsy is held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena every year, and last year was our first time. It was awesome and sad all wrapped up together.
And there is also Epilepsy Day at Disneyland. Which we went to last year, and plan on attending again.
Through it all, we fundraise.
For her. For others. For all of us.
We talk about Epilepsy.
We learned from one another.
No two paths alike.
We dispel myths.
We push back against “jokes” that hurt.
All in the name of a sweet girl I am privileged to call my own.
She struggles mightily with Epilepsy.
I hate Epilepsy.
So very much.
I can’t pretend to be smart enough to cure it, but I can at the very least try to raise some money for it, and tell people what I know about it.
100% of proceeds will go to our team page. Last year we raised over $6,000 and had 48 out of 50 states (Wyoming and New Hampshire, I’m looking at you!)
So here’s how it works:
(November 16 is the day of the Walk at the Rose Bowl. You might not live close enough to L.A. to walk alongside us, but you can still represent.)
Here’s a small taste of what last year felt like:
So you in?
And then put those selfie skills to the test and use them for Good.
Bonus point for Duck Face and a toilet in the background.