From A Man’s Perspective – Why Do You Train?

MS is a real part of our lives.  Jesse’s father has MS as do a few of our friends.  In support of them and finding cure for this ugly disease, we have signed or little family up for the MS Walk on April 30.   Come join us if you can.  Read the article below from Jesse….we are a family in training and are taking it seriously!

The day “One Eye Wayne” came home from serving a mission in Greece.

“Multiple sclerosis is ugly, it stops people from moving.  MS is a chronic, often debilitating disease that attacks the central nervous system, which is made up of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves.  Syptoms may be mild, such as numbness in the limbs, or severe, such as paralysis or loss of vision.  The progress, []”

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2 thoughts on “From A Man’s Perspective – Why Do You Train?

  1. What a great story – LOVED it Jesse!! Definitely count me in for the walk if I’m still in Utah! God bless your dad and give him and your family the strength to fight this disease.

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