FG decided the whole company should go do some good works so we drove the RV out to Annapolis, Michigan and took part in the Relay for Life 24 hour Walkathon. Yes, the 24 hour part means someone on the team has to be walking for every minute of the whole dang night and day. And it was hotter than hell. Since FG volunteered me without prior discussion I thought it only fair that I get to man the karaoke/margarita booth. Right? Life should be so easy. They didn’t have one. The American Cancer Society could use my help in the fund raising department.
In between walking stints the company worked on a major sports and leisure intelligence presentation they have in the Big Apple next week and I did food. All in all, a good, productive, albeit HOT, day. I’m home now; with my history of basal cell carcinoma there’s only so much sun I can take. But FG and some of the others will be there through the night, alternately working and walking.
This post is dedicated to Bud and Roberta and Ruth, three of my favorite survivors; to Keri who runs her heart out for everyone and in memory of David and Gramma Moe.