Sunday, Danny and I had the privilege of riding for a charity locally in New Hampshire. It was for a little boy, Evan, who is now two years young and has cancer. We participated last year for him as well. Whenever there is a charity run, there is so much work behind the scenes and people to thank for putting it all together. But no one really tracks their time or thinks of it, it is all about Evan…..we got to meet Evan’s mom. She has such a great attitude. It was a foggy morning and at 10:00am before we left, the sun came out and the skies were blue! Someone looking out for us! Everyone is there from all walks of life. I love meeting and talking to people all there for a common bond. It was time to get our wheels up, and the State Police were there as well guiding us. It always is a thrill to me to see all the bikes staggered up the highway. It is such a “freedom” view if you will. We rode about 25 miles and ended up at the Chop Shop in Seabrook. Great people with huge hearts! There was a cook out there and then another back where we started. It is such a joy to be a part of something good….something that can help a little boy battle this nasty disease…..cancer…..we WILL find a cure one day…….October is Breast Cancer Awareness month as well. If you can donate to a cancer organization this month, or if money is tight, donate your time for putting one together…..for when we all band together, we will fight this together……if you have a story to tell and pictures to share about a charity you participated in, we would love to share it with others on our website…..just email me at UnforgettableFacesandStories@gmail.com
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Here's one of the T-Shirts with drawings from the 3rd graders in Fort Edward, NY thanking First Responders! What an amazing afternoon it was sharing with them and seeing and hearing them talk about First Responders. They are also featured in "Patriots of Courage, Tributes to First Responders"
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