Sunday, October 17, 2010
Epilepsy Freedom Walk
It was a rainy day in Pasadena, but that didn't stop anyone from coming out to support the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles in our work to END EPILEPSY.
I'd never been this close to the Rose Bowl, and it was a fantastic sight -- just like you see on television -- without the blue sky and bright southern California sun.
I'm overwhelmed by the support shown today and think the only way I can express it is by saying THANK YOU to all those who showed up, who donated money and who continually express their love and support for Sophie and her struggles. And that goes for all children with epilepsy!
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yay team sofolofa! i love that name :)ReplyDelete
Great pics! I still cannot get over Sophie's hair. It's sooooo gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Awesome! :) It was rainy in Anaheim for CHOC Walk too, but similarly amazing none the less. :)ReplyDelete
The love for Sophie was shared with those who do not read your blog from mine. Every little bit helps. I hope she is doing fine and so are you.ReplyDelete
Go team Sofolofa--let the world know!!ReplyDelete
Love the name!ReplyDelete
Looks like an amazing, community building day. Good job!ReplyDelete
Rain cannot dampen hope.Ever.ReplyDelete
And hope is what will always prevail.
Beautiful pictures Elizabeth.
A very inspiring post. Many thanks. I'm glad the walk was a success and I can see the fighting spirit on people's faces.ReplyDelete
Greetings from London.
So glad the walk and the event were so successful.ReplyDelete
The pictures are incredible!ReplyDelete
Glad it was a success! Congrats, team!ReplyDelete
these pictures are fabulous.ReplyDelete
sophie is fabulous
you are fabulous
yay!!! the rain didnt dampen the spirits i see :). congrats on a great walk!!!ReplyDelete
so glad to be a part of this stride forward to a brighter future!ReplyDelete
lovely...you, and yours!!!
I was so bummed that we weren't able to make it to the walk. I was thinking of you lots though.ReplyDelete