I needed this...

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

here's the link to the Terry Fox documentary I mentioned at the end: www.youtube.com/watch?v=

Oh, and since I recorded this I learned that:

a) Terry Fox did not survive, as I said he did...although he raised over $200 million dollars for cancer research, and the foundation his mother set up allowed him to raise $300 million posthumously.
b) Apparently Terry Fox is very well known, particularly in Canada...I guess I just never heard of him before because he died before I was born.
c) The documentary we were watching was on ESPN sports
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    You always seem to get me grounded and thinking about the things I should be thinking about. I for one am glad you are my friend and I am very glad you chose to share you insights on the Terry Fox documentary. I saw it on ESPN but I was in and out of the room.

    2759 days ago
    great vlog. I hear you with the therapy stigma. I felt the same way a few years ago, but going to therapy and finally admitting I needed to stay on medication has made all the difference in the world. I finally feel like myself again. It never hurts to try and keep an open mind. Good luck! :D
    2759 days ago
    GREAT VLOG!!!! I'll have to find that documentary. I'm sure it's gotta be on Netflix. I'm soooo glad you had a good time at the wedding. That mansion does sound over the top, but yet kinda cool to be able to be there for a wedding. Sounds like you are where you need to be with your presentation you have to give. That's great!! I hope the presentation goes well!!
    2759 days ago
    I know the place you are talking about! I think the Ghost Hunters crew went there, because I remember them saying... stephen king had experienced stuff there, and that lead him to writing the shining.

    I saw your pics on facebook, and they were really nice, you looked really pretty, and your man looked handsome! I am so glad that you were able to really enjoy yourself. I have been having a daily battle with negativity and trying not to cross over to the dark side.. lol

    when you first started talking about the documentary, I thought you were talking about the guy from the movie into the wild? the guy who went off into the wilds of alaska? If you haven't seen that.. you should watch it... VERY good. Um, yeah... that dude you were speaking of is AMAZING what a reminder that you can truly do anything... he proved that...

    Great vlog! and have a wonderful day.. It is rainy here again, I am sitting here in my sweats and sweater, having some tea and waiting on the maintenance men... bah!!!!!!!
    2759 days ago
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