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Category Archives: Arthritis Walk
It’s Christmas Eve…and as I tuck away with all my loved ones to enjoy the blessings of this life, I reflexively ponder all the years that the light and joy of the season were shadowed by Arthritis . The years my daughter could … Continue reading
OK – I’ll come right out with the admission first. I watch too much bad reality TV. I admit it. Please don’t judge, lest I skim your dvr memory and find those recorded episodes of Big Brother or Storage Wars. … Continue reading
So this one is primarily for the moms and dads on my support pages. One of the most powerful things that anybody with arthritis can do is to tell your story. People need to have the misconceptions wiped away – … Continue reading
Unbelievably, our walk weekend is here. Despite all of the time we spend planning for it, I’m always a bit surprised how it seems to sneak up on us at the end! Seven years ago, my daughter was still fighting … Continue reading
1.There is no registration fee. Many charity walks require a payment to participate. While the obvious goal of the Arthritis Walk is to raise money, and many of our walks have a minimum donation level to receive incentive prizes, … Continue reading
With our Arthritis Walk only five weeks away, it’s time to pump up our personal and team fundraising. Caitlin is the National Youth Honoree this year… which is extra motivation. We’re also very excited that when she takes that walk, … Continue reading