Reading for a cure
My Mom's second cousin lived with MS. He was always someone who was so full of live and a bit of a daredevil. If there was something thrilling to do he was first to sign up. At 35 he was diagnosed with MS, having primary progressive he was not long before he was wheelchair bound and eventually he couldn't speak. While he is no longer alive I am reading and raising money for him and the 1000's of Canadians across the country who live with MS.