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A January Walk To Remember by Theresa Facebook Posted Wed 11 Jan 2012 4:20pm Yesterday was such a gift. Not that every day is not a gift, but yesterday was especially wonderful. Last year on this date we had already had 30+ inches of snow and it was a whopping 10°. Yesterday was 53° and sunny, completely still and nothing but a trace of snow on the ground. But before I tell you about my day, a little bit of an u ... Read on »
A Walk to Remember by Karen Henley Posted Sun 23 Oct 2011 2:35pm Yesterday was such a beautiful day, we decided to take Mike for a walk. He LOVED the fall, as do I. Our 23rd wedding anniversary is Oct. 28th. The weather in the fall is beautiful: crisp, cool mornings, sunny, cool, windy days and cool nights. Not freezing, just enough to make you feel good. Before yesterday, Mike had not been outsid ... Read on »
A Walk to Remember by jpetersen Posted Thu 26 May 2011 12:00am Yesterday was quite the memory lane for Beautiful and my first time seeing where they lived when they used to live in CA. I got up before dawn at 6am to start my treatments and got to the clubhouse for breakfast around 8am. I was VERY pleasantly surprised to find a lot of food that I wanted. I had 16 slices of ham,  1/3 of a plate of some pota ... Read on »
A Walk to Remember by Zil Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 4:45am A Walk to Remember Sunday, October 4th, 2009 Breakheart Reservation - Saugus, MA Registration 1 pm – 2 pm Memorial Service 2 pm – 2:45 pm Walk 2:45 Read on »
A Walk to Remember by Romelette L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 1:02pm When this movie was shown in 2002, the husband and I watch it but despite the good reviews about it I did not find it appealing. The songs that Mandy Moore sang for this movie were always played on the radio and everytime I hear the songs, I tried to switch the radio off. Weird? You bet. At the time we watched the movie I was already experienc ... Read on »
Remembering Annette and the 2007 Indiana Buddy Walk by Jan Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:06am Today is the 6 month Anniversary of our friend Annette's death. In honor of Annette, I submitted an article for our DSI Buddy Walk Newsletter, as the request was to provide an article about what the Buddy Walk meant to our families. While I could have written about how I brought Nash to our first Buddy Walk in 2001 when he was 6 mon ... Read on »
A Walk To Remember by suzette Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:09pm This is a very easy to read book, A Walk to Remember, by Nicholas Sparks. It is so easy that it feels so ordinary. The story has started without me realizing it has started, if you know what I mean. I have been waiting for the story to develop, and then it is the climax already and I still don’t know. Well, if I can use a Chinese phrase ... Read on »
Dangling A Carrot I can’t remember the first time when I fell in love with the store. The first time I ever walked th by Blessed Angel Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm I can’t remember the first time when I fell in love with the store. The first time I ever walked through it I was hooked. It was my addiction all in one store. I loved it. Then one day….. they down sized to a smaller store. No longed could I gaze and drool at the expensive items. No longer could I pick and choose from their big variety. It was ... Read on »
Remember when walking was something you did rather than measured? by Riva G. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am Most days I walk around, sometimes inside, my local park two blocks away which takes me just about an hour door to door. I've worn a pedometer enough times to know it's about 7,200 steps. I also know approximately 2,000 steps make a mile, so this walk is slightly more than 3.5 miles. And if I cared to spend even more brain cells on it, th ... Read on »
Remember Our Apraxia Walk? by apraxiamom Posted Sun 29 Nov 2009 10:05pm I found this memo on my Apraxia-Kids website. Just wanted to share! 2009 Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech, "Unlock our Voice, Open Our Future" a Great Success! Thank you for your generous support of the 2009 walk-a-thon for children with apraxia of speech! Over 2,000 walkers helped to raise awareness about apraxia in 29 states a ... Read on »