It’s never too late to say thank you, right? I hope not because I am so grateful for all the cyclist, organizers and volunteers who made the 2013 BP MS150 possible and successful. I tweeted about it and I made a neat photo collage for my Instagram but I want to say more-
This is the second year a friend of mine has participated in the BP MS150 which makes it my second year experiencing it. I’ve known about it for longer than two years but I only knew the basics and that I appreciated all the people involved for doing something to help people with Multiple Sclerosis. Knowing about something and experiencing something are two different things. Seeing so many cyclist finish a two-day race surrounded by so many other excited, grateful, amazed spectators is quite impressive! It’s impossible, even when MS fatigued, to not feel so much hope. I think hope is at least part of what all those involved want the people inflicted with MS to feel from their efforts and I think it’s not only a great start, it’s really big. Awareness and funding for new therapies are desperately needed and BP MS150 does not disappoint!
So, here I am finally sending my thank you to all the BP MS150 people of 2013 into the blogosphere. It’s a sleepy, my back hurts, half of my head is numb as well as my feet, what was I saying again?, late thank you, but it’s with all of my completely normal functioning heart!