In less than I week I hit the pavement, again. I’ll jump on my little 18 speed bike and join a group of others who are dedicating their morning to raising money for Chai Lifeline, an organization helps children and their families cope with terminal illness.
I admit, this is crunch time. I will be biking in the evenings this week, gearing up (no pun intended, but then again, after anyone writes/says “no pun intended” it seems like a very well thought out pun) for a 34 mile bike ride. I am getting close to my fund raising goal, but I still could use some more sponsors. Training isn’t always fun, but this ride is important to me, since this will be my 5th year being involved with Chai Lifeline’s biking events. I ride in memory of my father a’h who lost his battle against a quick attack of leukemia. I ride for children that I have prayed for and are no longer with their families. I ride for children who are sick and fighting unbelievable odds. I ride because I have a bike and want to use it for more than a place to hang my helmet.
Thanks to all of those who have sponored me.
If interested in helping me, please click here.