The Walk to End Alzheimer Disease Was a Tremendous Success

To was the San Diego Walk to End Alzheimer Disease and it was a moving event.  Thousands showed up to support this worthy cause.  The walk exceeded the goal of raising over $150,000.  Through so many donations, WE managed to raise almost $600, and we were rewarded with a medallion for achieving “Champion Club” status.

It seemed everyone their had a friend of family member affected in some way.  The feeling of community and support was very emotional for me.  I thought about my mom a lot today, at the end of the walk, I felt really good contributing to the effort.  There were great speakers, including the Mayor, and I met and spoke with wonderful people.  A shout out to Delores, great talking to you today, good luck on starting your new job Monday!

Well, I have posted pictures of the event, thanks again!

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    Pre-walk selfie, feeling good!

    Pre-walk selfie, feeling good!

    A little love before the walk

    A little love before the walk

    Love the flowers

    Love the flowers

A “Super” Way to Watch the Game!

Watching the game in a Eucalyptus Grove

Watching the game in a Eucalyptus Grove

Yesterday, while taking our usual walk through North Park heading toward Balboa park, my wife and I came across these two guys comfortably hanging out watching the Superbowl pregame show underneath towering Eucalyptus trees. They worked for a company that integrates new technologies and were promoting wireless, cable-less TV under the trees! It was really pretty nice to be able to sit under the trees on a beautiful San Diego day watching the game, best of all worlds!

PS, I did inspect the trees surrounding the site for any significant defects!

PSS, I don’t know anything about their company but they were nice guys, in case you are interested in reaching the company, Jonathan Hauck, Chief Gadget Guy at Consider it Done, 619-663-7316, jon@consideritdone.guru