Holly’s impressive paint job of the Tzolkin gear. The amount of detail is crazy. That thing is about 7-8 inches in diameter.
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I bet it was Monopoly. Was it Monopoly?
A note from Holly (team captain - diagnosed with multiple sclerosis Aug 2003):
I want to thank everyone for their donations and also thank those that are on our team, Half Full. What I am taking away from this experience is the support from all of you. That means so much to me and will remember this always.
Cripes, someone is cutting onions (must be the same person that was cutting onions when I did the MS 5K). ;)
If you can, please try to gather donations from coworkers, family, friends, etc. Every donation, big or small, makes a difference.
Thank you, everyone!
P.S. To those that cannot make it on Sunday, the 21st - please wear orange and take a photo to post on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. to show your support. :) Please pass this along to others :)
If you did want to go, but cannot make it. It’s all good. Just knowing that you wanted to participate means a lot. :)
We’ve formed a team for the Walk MS event because we want to experience a great event and help the National MS Society fund research, advocate for change, and help people with MS. We believe in this cause. Can we count on your support?
Walk MS is a day that brings friends, families, and coworkers together to embrace an important cause. Join us and participate together to make a powerful statement and to keep moving toward a cure. Each step we take brings us closer to a world free of MS.
Millions of people are affected by MS and the challenges of living with its unpredictable symptoms. Multiple sclerosis interrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body and it stops people from moving. Every hour in the United States, someone is newly diagnosed with MS, a disease of the central nervous system. Symptoms range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are moving us closer to a world free of MS.
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