I embrace and love having a birthday (hints the 1010), another year to be alive, healthy, and embrace all life and a year brings. Growing up, I looked up the guy to my right, my fave older-brother by 10 years, not just because he is 6'1. He was the always the humble MVP star athlete in the family.
I still do. He was diagnosed with MS in his early 20s, never able to be the star or very active again, even play with his kids, fathom running 1 or 26.2 miles, or take my spin class. He's tried 26 drugs and treatments. However...You would never know it, he's positive and funny, and loves spending time with loved ones. He doesn't complain or sweat the small stuff. Another birthday, even walking some days, is a gift. I look up to him still, now for his attitude (and cute fam).
Sunday, 10/15 in #sandiego I have the pleasure of leading a special ride at 12PM for @_multiplesclerosis_ and #rideMS and while we can all say we are busy, it's a hour of our day we get to have active fun for a cause, to help those who live with and work on slowing MS daily. There are 40 spots, and the more friends, the more fun, and funds so that we can all have more happy birthdays. Please call @rushcycle_carmelvalley to reserve. This is why I say YES, and promise to make it so much fun. . . I get to start my own #bestbestyearyet again. #community in #sandiego... @_multiplesclerosis_ here we go 10/10, bring it 36, it's a blessing to get to another birthday💗🙏🏻. See you Sunday to ride bikes that go nowhere, but definately take us somewhere better.