I normally try to keep things a bit light-hearted around here if I can. I’m sure you’re thinking about all the complaining I do on a regular basis, but I hope you realize that it’s all tongue-in-cheek. If all I really have to gripe about is the fact that Grace is belligerent and Sophie is teething, then I’d say that things at Casa Weber are really pretty dang good.
Early this year, my uncle was diagnosed with ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. If you don’t know much about it, be thankful. As far as diseases go, it’s a pretty horrible one. There isn’t yet a cure, but my family is working hard to change that. We’re doing what we can to help raise awareness and support for people who suffer from ALS (PALS), especially in this upcoming week. Joe and I sent out the following letter two days ago, but since we’re short on addresses, I thought it couldn’t hurt to share here: Continue reading