I would like to think that Vancouver, BC, Canada is the capital of British Columbia since this is the city with the major airport hub for international flights. Also, in 2010, the Olympics was held here. This larger than life … Continue reading
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HA!!! Really??? Yes, you are … Yes, you are Look who’s talking weird? We are weird. Jealous? Hey, let me be part of the picture. I love being weird 🙂 Window of John Fluevog shoe store in Victoria, BC Canada
I made a promise – I vowed that one day, when Stacey had won her fight, when she was healthy again, when she was ready, I would ride with her in the Ride to Conquer Cancer which she never had a chance to complete. In December 2012, I received a text message from Stacey, which simply read: “Let’s do this!”I am looking for your support for one more ride on June 15, 2013 – to thank and support the doctors that saved my Dad, to help keep a promise to a friend, to help celebrate Stacey Olynyk’s victory over cancer and to help dedicate this ride to her twin sister Karen – inspired by her unimaginable strength, courage, bravery and fight.
Thanks for your support! “LET”S DO THIS!” ~~ Mike
Mike is my cousin and I am so proud of him. I wrote about his dad when I started blogging titled “Love and Valor”. I also featured our Grandmother and his family (before he was born) in Mosaic of Cultures.
I received an e-mail from him tonight “ONLY 5 DAYS LEFT TO GO!” Oh dear, here I go again, the greatest procrastinator of all. I haven’t done anything in terms of supporting him. I have until May 11. Well, I thrive on pressure.
It’s either I go to Victoria to cheer him and his team, go see my Aunt to buy some tickets, use the snail mail for the donation or donate on-line. Too many choices. I’ll sleep over it and tomorrow, with a fresh mind, I’ll decide.
Without any further ado, my bragging rights. Meet Mr. Mike Gonzalez and The Team Spaghetti Factory. Let’s conquer CANCER!Related articles
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