June 9, 2009
Except for a slightly sore butt I feel completely recovered from Saturday’s 100 km Tour de Cure bike ride. Next year I think I’ll start training just a little earlier, and go for the 100-miler.
To everyone who donated on my behalf or for anyone else, thank you so much for the support. The Tour de Cure is much more than a fund-raising event; it’s a festival, the first of many festivals held during our wonderful summer months, when the glorious weather brings out the best in us.
Last week was also the Greek Festival and this weekend it’s the Allentown Art Festival; then the Ride for Roswell; and shortly after that the Taste of Buffalo and the Italian Festival and many other great places to gather and celebrate.
Buffalo’s great for that kind of stuff.
May 24, 2009
My closest friends will all tell me that admitting it is the first step.
But this is a different kind of help that I need. I’m going to bicycle the 100 km Tour de Cure on June 6th; it’s to raise money for the American Diabetes Association, and I’m looking for inspiration to complete the ride. I am not diabetic, but I know lots of people who are. Chances are you or someone close to you is suffering from and fighting this condition.
Your donations will help inspire me to keep going and ignore the butt pain I’m going to feel by the 50 km mark.
This is not an attempt to get you to empty your wallet; indeed, a few dollars from a lot of people will go a long way. Donations can be made directly to the Tour de Cure through this link.
Thanks in advance.