Happy Friday #baa
Ever since I found out I was going to have a little girl, I’ve been beyond excited for the moment when she would learn to ride a bicycle. I clearly remember my dad racing behind me as I pedaled with all my might and all my courage, terrified that he would let go, yet giddy with the idea that I…
When we heard that the children of Sandy Hook Elementary would return to their new building in January surrounded by thousands of snowflakes made by people all over the world, we had to help. My daughter (who does not know about the shooting) and her friend spent much of the day making snowflakes. All she needs to know is that it her contribution will brighten the day of a child her age when they come back from winter break.
We’re sending a little love.
Here’s more on this sweet project: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/katelyn-darroweystad/post_4254_b_2339750.html
I’m the spokesperson for the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association. The thing that makes AARDA special is that it looks at all autoimmune diseases as a category of disease rather than a group of single diseases.
I’ve had many people in my life affected by autoimmune diseases and feel honored that I can raise awareness and research money on their behalf.
To learn more, go to aarda.org.