The mountains are calling and I must go.
Patrick, I was a little worried when I didn't see your blog for the two days. The desert run has got to be monotonous. Will you have you're "Gpa" the whole way? anyway, great to see pictures of smiling faces! Keep it going, I'll pray for good weather. Dennis Sullivan, Buena Park,CAPs; would you mind adding the temperature to your dairy blog, just curious. God Speed
Hi Patrick, I was worried, too, when I didn't see your blog. I know the desert is tough. I know you are having second thoughts. But you built this dream and it is attainable. You can do it. What you don't know is that you have tons of people behind you. I sent your blog to our support group in Oregon and SW Washington. That is over 100 families, all whose children have JRA. I can't tell you how important your dream is to all of us. Patrick, my daughter can't run anymore. She will never be able to run again for the rest of her life. She will be 21 next week. Run, Patrick. You can do this! Stay positive. Cindy
Thanks everyone! The temps have ranged from 65 to 85 during the day and the mid 30s to 50s at night.
Hi Patrick: You are doing an amazing thing and all of us who are affected by JRA thank you! We are watching you all the way from Maine. Stay strong and good luck.Jill, Don, Lynne & Mackenzie