This past week I joined Team SarcASm of Walk Your A.S. Off, Lloyd is participating as well. This is an easy walk that anyone can join. If you are already doing walks daily you can track your steps and submit them to your team leader each week. The team leader will submit them to Walk Your A.S. Off, it is that simple. You can track your steps with a pedometer or calculate them as 2000 steps per mile. Lloyd and I each submitted 42,000 steps, so that makes 84,000 steps together this past week. If you want to join Team SarcASm let me know or contact Hurt Blogger, she is the team leader for Team SarcASm.
I also joined the Unity Run Pasadena on Sunday April 21st, 2013 for my first three mile walk, the furthest distance I have been during a walk since remission started a couple months ago. Doing some community or awareness walks is part of my “Remission Wish List“.
The Unity Run Pasadena gathering was in honor and support of those at Boston Marathon 2013 attack. The short notice and informal gathering was only successful because of the support of the community. Follow the Unity Run Facebook Page to see photos from the Pasadena event as well as other Unity Runs that take place worldwide. You can see all the photos of the Unity Run Pasadena at Got Baddog.
Before the Unity Run began there was a moment of silence in honor of those at the Boston Marathon 2013. Also there was someone playing Amazing Grace on the bagpipes right before the start. You can see the video on CNN; this was also my first time being vetted on CNN.
I am looking forward to more walking and I will continue to walk each day that I can.