MS Society Four years ago this month, and after the birth of our third child, my wife was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at the age of 30. More than 400,000 people (young & old) are living with MS in the U.S. Unlike other diseases, unless it affects your vision or your ability to walk, you would not know someone, like my wife has it. In fact, MS affects each person differently. The could loose the feeling in their arms, legs or waist, they can loose vision in one eye or both or loose their ability to walk or perhaps speak -- You Just Don't Know!. As soon as my wife was diagnosed, I joined the MS Society and now serve as a board member in Michigan. And for four years we have walked to honor my wife and the thousands of other moms, dads and children diagnosed with MS. In fact, it is now our family tradition that our children also look forward to do to help raise awareness about their mom and to build the financial support that will one day lead to a cure. We now need your help. On May 7th, I hope you will walk with us and support "Team MTC," which has raised over $20,000 in 2 countries and 3 states. If you cannot walk with us, than I hope that you make a financial contribution to help us find a cure, no matter how big or small -- Every dollar helps. And if you cannot walk with us or make a financial contribution, I hope you will visit the MS Society's website to learn more about MS. In advance, we THANK YOU and our grateful to you for your wishes. To show your support please visit http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR?px=3430316&pg=personal&fr_id=16871&et=FEw8Oyp4tZEOyj_LxbT7rA..&s_tafId=190002

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