Happy Hump Day my lovelies!!
We have reached the middle of yet another work week and I am elated because the weekend, and hopefully some late Saturday morning sleep, awaits me! My pain levels and lack of sleep due to the RA and related back issues has been off the charts here for the last month or so and shows no signs of abating. Nonetheless I am pushing through as usual and have created a team for the 2014 Walk to Cure Arthritis in Houston, TX on May 3rd!
We’ve all heard about arthritis, but most of us don’t know that there are 100 forms of arthritis, that more than 50 million Americans have it, or that 300,000 children live with arthritis pain every day. It’s the leading cause of disability in the U.S., and sometimes it’s even deadly. According to The Arthritis Foundation approximately 1.5 million people in the United States have rheumatoid arthritis (RA)!
More than fifty million people, including myself, live with arthritis pain every day. Every year, people across the nation join together to help the Arthritis Foundation improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases, and this year is no exception! I’ve formed a team for the Walk to Cure Arthritis. We’re walking together and working together to help create a world free from arthritis pain.
Join my team, Graham Cracker Crumbs, for the 2014 Walk to Cure Arthritis on May 3rd at Tom Bass Regional Park. You can make a difference in 3 ways:
- Join my team or become a volunteer
- Click on the link below to visit my personal and team fundraising pages and make a donation.
- Get your friends on board and start a team of your own
When you make a donation to the Arthritis Foundation, your donation goes to research, community outreach, advocacy efforts and life-improving programs. The event only lasts one day, but the impact of your donation will continue to help millions of people for years.
Regardless of the form of your gift, your donation will significantly help the millions of people like me across the country affected by this debilitating disease.
I can’t thank you enough for your support!
Blessings and Happiness, Now and Always