Let’s take moment to think about gratitude. Lindsey and Chris had a toast to remember. If you have followed our journey with ALS, this is one of those moments that we will always remember.
Ok, this came to my inbox today from Thrillist and I thought I should share it since we are going to be so close to one of these at some point this summer. We’ve been to Destin, Miramar Beach, but never stopped on Okaloosa Island. Have at the following link. https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/most-underrated-beaches-in-america
What do you do when the place you are beaching at does not permit personal umbrellas? Did we mention that the instruction sheet was left behind when the tent was loaded? Eventually the Eagle Scout, got off of his chair and assisted the Mrs. with the tent to make sure we had some shade at the beach.
There is something great about soaring at 40,000 feet, especially as the sun is setting to the west. Sometimes living in Pittsburgh, you start to believe that the sun does not exist above all the clouds, grey skies and storms. It’s moments like that help remind me of what a wonderful world we live in.
What are you doing May 20? Editors Note: The fundraising has begun. 🤐 Shhh… can you hear that?It’s thousands of Project ALS supporters creating SILENCE while raising funds for ALS research!Join us on May 20 at 3pm for our #DontTalkAThon2018 as we take 1 hour of silence to honor those who have lost their voices to ALS. https://t.co/JivbqbRIkN pic.twitter.com/NPDnGMpJV6 — Project ALS (@ProjectALSorg) May 3, 2018 After being in town for Lindsey’s wedding and experiencing the Tobii toast, let […]