The MS walk yesterday was a blast! I didn't walk, but I still had fun. When all the walkers left for the course, I was with my fellow cheerers, and the buffet with no line! Had a guy ask me when I was going to stop struggling out in public and start riding a scooter. I was going to ask him when he was going to start paying for haircuts and stop going to the barber school, but decided that wasn't the venue. I think it's important to stay walking as long as I can, even if I struggle.
We had 24 people walk, the brother and his family, people from school, friends we've had for years, the wife her whole life, a family from bowling, two actually, but one walked with another team. There were people I'd never met, well of course, but what I mean is there were people I knew their families, but never met them. One man and his wife, I used to lay on his floor in a bean bag chair playing video games while he taped music for what was then the girlfriends skating show. They taped the music on a reel to reel! A great group of people, and I really appreciated what they did.