Thursday, April 19, 2012

Running Half a Marathon With a Whole Heart

World Autism Awareness Day April 2, 2012

For the past three years, one of my goals has been to complete a 5K run (3.1 miles) in less than 30 minutes. I have written about that over and over.

Therefore, it may come as a surprise to you that this post is all about running 13.1 miles, and I don't have my heart set on a specific finish time.

I will be running the 2012 Allstate Life Insurance Boston 13.1 Marathon® on Sunday, September 16, 2012, as part of the Autism Speaks team. When I told my husband that I wanted to do this, he asked, "why run 13.1 miles in Boston when you could do it here in Tallahassee?" It has to be Boston, it has to be September 16, 2012, and it has to be with Autism Speaks because someone I have never met asked me to.

Perhaps these statements .... running 13.1 miles in "whatever time I can do" when my main goal is 3.1 miles in 29:59 or less; traveling to Boston to run because someone I have never met and never verbally spoken to asked me to; running as part of the Autism Speaks team when my child does not have autism .... don't make much sense.

Here are some of the reasons I said, "this has to happen" when I read Luau's blog on February 14:

1) Beyond the fact that I had seen some made for tv movies about children with autism and done a little reading, my life had not been directly touched by autism until the day my almost-one-year-old failed most of the indicators for "typical development" on an assessment given by the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities. No eye contact, no words, no pointing, nothing. Even though Wayne was not diagnosed with any condition on the autism spectrum, I have felt one teeny tiny scintilla of what I hear from my friends and acquaintances who have children with autism. That scintilla is wedged deep within my psyche and even though I have no right to say "I can relate," ........ I can't walk away.

2) I have worked for Florida's State Child Health Insurance Program for 17 years. Our program does not cover autism. Even though I know it's "just my job" to explain this to families whose child needs far more than the "24 therapy visits in a 60 day period when significant improvement is expected to result," that are covered, it still breaks my heart to be on the other end of the phone line when they say, "But how will he/she get the intensive, year-round therapy he/she needs?"

3) Because several times a week, I read Diary of a Mom, and am given the gift of Jess's wisdom, raw candor, and selflessness in sharing her journey (and Luau's) journey through parenting a "neurotypical" child and a child on the autism spectrum. The only way I know how to pay her back is to try to do something to help her child and other children and adults with autism.

Therefore, I signed on to the Autism Speaks Team knowing that my end of the deal is to raise $500 for Autism Speaks. The good news is I have raised $130.

More good news is that if I accumulate the most or second-to-most comments of everyone participating in this promotion that is hosted by Amanda at Parenting by Dummies, Paula Foster from Moments in Frames will donate a dollar per comment up to $250. Just for your comments!! (This lasts through May 6.)


(ps - if you just want to donate, of course that's fine too! Click here to be taken to my personal donation link.)

I am participating in a blogging promotion sponsored by Moments in Frames to help raise money for Autism Speaks. Please help us reach our goal by leaving a comment. Each comment you leave me could earn $1 (up to $250) for Autism Speaks.

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Anonymous said...

Paula thank you for all that you do, Your advocacy for so many causes is enduring and inspiring. Have a great run and bless your ample heart

David Wiley, Tallahassee , FL
Blacksmithink@gmail.com

Laura Chan said...

Go Paula! We will be cheering for you from Tally! :)

Jen@runfortheboys said...

This. Just this. YOU are amazing and have a gift for the written word and a heart of gold. God Bless You, Paula!

Patricia said...

Wish I was running with you - good luck, Paula.

Patricia said...

Good luck, Paula

Robert said...

Paula: Knowing your Mon TRX, Tues at FSU track, Wed bootcamp at Doak and on and on and on, you are ready and a winner already. Enjoy!

Lynne said...

I love your heart and how you reveal it each week through your blog. Good luck to you, Paula. I'm so proud of you.

Littlepol said...

Paula this is a great cause you are running for.

jsbh said...

Paula you are so giving! I love all that you do for the community and support of others! Thank you

Anonymous said...

Good for you!!! I wish you the best of luck in your endeavor :)

amy_z. said...

Run, Paula, Run! Thanks for being an inspiration and supporting families who are living with autism.

Annette said...

Go, Paula, Go! Thank you for all you do for such a great cause!

Sara said...

I'm super excited to be witness to your training and achievement of your first half marathon! And for a great cause! Good luck, see you out on the road :)

bobbi said...

Love this! Thank you!

Stimey said...

Very cool! I love me some Jess and Luau too! I can't wait to hear how your run goes!

mom outside the box said...

Awesome! I'll be walking with Jess...hope to meet you!

Luau said...

Oh Paula, I am so touched by this and am honored that you would make this trip in part based on a request from a guy you've never met. I look forward to breaking bread with you on the 15th and sharing the course with you on the 16th.

CB said...

this is all kinds of awesome! you go girl!
Jess and Luau's inspiration is catchy, huh?? Good luck!

mom-nos said...

Paula, you are a hero. Thanks for running for our kids!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for joining the team. I believe Matt has single handedly recruited all of the 13.1 team members so far. I look forward to meeting you and celebrating your 13.1 victory on race weekend. - Lara

Anne Payne said...

Paula, you are an inspiration!!

Jen said...

Good on you! Thank you for taking on the challenge. 13.1 is a great goal.

Robin said...

What a wonderful thing to do!
Enjoy the run and the day!

Cheryl said...

Allies really ARE everywhere!

The Rev. Lindsay Lunnum said...
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Lindsay said...

Thank you. Enjoy the run and know that we are very grateful.

Kim said...

Thanks from a Mom of a 7 year old daughter with Autism.

Anonymous said...

Have a great run, Paula! An excellent cause and sure to be a rewarding event on many levels.

April said...

From a mom of a FL kid with autism, who is in the Healthy Kids program, thank you so much for doing this! You are awesome, Paula!

Kerri said...

Imagine if more people took action like you are doing! Thanks so much, from a Mom of an 8 year old daughter with autism and a 5 year old "neurotypical" son in TX!

Graceful Lady said...

Beautiful post. Beautiful you and looking forward to meeting you in September!

pixiebytes said...

This is a wonderful thing you're doing! I would love to be in good enough shape to run for the cause someday! Till then on behalf of my 7 year old daughter I thank you! :)

Suzanne Locke said...

LOVE!

We are kindred spirits. I too am running the 13.1 in September in Boston because someone I never met asked me to and despite the fact that I live in Tennessee.

Boston was and always will be my home and I can think of no better way to celebrate kids like Brooke and my Shea (a 7-year old on the spectrum) than to run 13.1 miles with people I've never met, but nonetheless adore.

Suzanne

Anonymous said...

I admire you for doing this Paula. You have such a caring spirit.

Dee Kring

Anonymous said...

Thank you! - from a mom of a son with aspergers

Alysia said...

On behalf of my two boys I thank you. I caught the luau/Jess fever too :)

MarfMom said...

awesome! you do so much for people, and i love your blog! i hope you are one of the two winners! :-)

Danielle said...

Thank you, from a mom of an ASD son... and good luck!

Susie Kline said...

I am always impressed with runners. And even more so because you are running for a cause. Good luck! Happy running!

bailzebub said...

Go! Go! Go!

Thanks for doing this.

Beret said...

Best of luck!

Lauren said...

Have a great time!!

Ami said...

Go Paula! You are an inspiration! We'll be rooting you on from Tally!

Emily said...

You are truly inspirational. I wish you the best of luck in running this race and in all of your efforts to support this cause!!!

Kelly @ Running Kellometers said...

Good Luck!

Ginger Foxxx said...

You're going to do AWESOME!!

Unknown said...

There a bunch of us New England Daily Milers who will be there participating as well. many of us have autistic children of our own. We look forward to seeing ya' there. Great post!

kelsey said...

good luck rock it!

abemiddleton said...

Way to go Paula, way to go! (clap clap)

Anonymous said...

Thank you. You are a shining example of what raising autism awareness is all about.

Joe Run for Dom said...

Paula - just a tremendous thing to do - I will be looking forward to following your journey both here and on Daily Mile training for your half marathon in September.

Anything you need, please ask (I'll be happy to support your cause with a gift as well).

Best to you Paula! You are what it is all about.

Vern said...

Your work for Autism is commendable! Keep up the good work and have a great half!

bill.hurley said...

Best of luck Paula. You will meet some great DMers that day. Great job for a great cause.

Anonymous said...

Best of luck with everything!

Anonymous said...

goodluck!

Erin said...

You are an inspiration for doing what you can where you can!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! I too love Jess's blog and dabble in running...have wanted to do a half or (gasp) full for the Autism Speaks Team. Good luck to you!

Robyn said...

Kim from healthystrides sent me. Good luck to you.

Greg Strosaker said...

Good luck Paula, will enjoy watching you prepare for this. I know about Luau's struggles with autism and pay close attention, as I have an autistic son myself.

K said...

You are a hero in the lives of children!

PREZ said...

What a wonderful cause, Paula!
I started running in Jan 2012 and i can relate to your pace goal. I just signed up for a half mary as well. I admire your advocacy and warm heart. God bless!

BabyWeightMyFatAss said...

THank you for doing this for our children!! I read Luau's and Jess's blogs as well. Go Paula Go!

Angela F said...

I too am going to participate in this 13.1 mile marathon for Autism Speaks because of Luau's invitation (mostly because he said I could walk if I need to!) I am not a runner but I look forward to this event - I have 2 sons with autism and will think of them with every stride. I hope to meet you there!

David R. said...

Run with Heart!

Nilsa @ SoMi Speaks said...

Good luck, Paula!

Kimberly said...

Good luck!

Fuzzbee said...

Go Paula! See you at the race - I'm on the Autism Speaks team as well, raising money in honor of my little boy!

Teamarcia said...

WTG Paula! You are such an inspiration.

Anonymous said...

Very inspirational! Wishing you all the best!

Tina Fisher said...

What an awesome goal! You will love the 13.1 challenge! :)

God Bless!

Schotz said...

You are relentless! I am sure you are going to rock this race.

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Anonymous said...

It's nice to know that there are people out there putting their hearts on the line for our kiddos. As a teacher of special education, it's refreshing to hear we've got support; we'll take it from wherever we can!

shannon said...

Paula, this is such an awesome blog - and decision! You know the Badass Army will be cheering you on from afar!

jess said...

i am simply overwhelmed with gratitude, can't wait to meet you!

SABRINA said...

As a mom of a little boy,4 yrs old,with Autism,i thank you with a heavy,happy heart! You cant begin to understand how it makes me feel to see someone who doesnt have a family member with Autism care and respond so deeply.God bless you in your race,every step you take is a step forward for families like mine.

Anonymous said...

Go Paula!

Thank you

Emily

polina said...

<3 good luck

termite said...

sending nothing but LOVE and support your way!

FINISH STRONG!

wOOt!

~termite.

Carol said...

Good luck Paula! We will be cheering for you from Arizona!

Andrea Carlile said...

Fantastic goal for a great cause :)

Amber said...

Thank you. Not only for the four that I have on the spectrum, but for all children on the spectrum.

gail said...

As captain of Team Isabella, I thank you!

A & W + E = Coleman said...

Thank youfor thinking about all of our kids! I wish you luck on your run!

Katie said...

A very big thank you Paula - for my little girl on the spectrum and for all of our kids. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Awesome....such a great story and good luck!

Anonymous said...

Thank you from another parent with a child with autism !

wolfedenmom said...

Thank you for running for our Sam!!!

Anonymous said...

I'll be cheering for you from Atlanta. From a parent of a 6YO girl with Aspergers.

Lisa said...

On behalf of my son, thank you! Good luck with your race!

Unknown said...

We appreciate everything you do....

G's momma said...

Thank you from this mom of a 7 year old son with Aspergers. Best of luck!!

Luna said...

This is spectacular! Jess said reading this would be worth it, she was right. The fact that your life has not been directly affected by autism just makes this more bad ass. Got goosebumps reading your words. It's so encouraging to hear about people like you, those willing to take action and actually do something. The idea that you have taken up a cause when you have no personal stake in it is humbling, inspiring and heroic. Seriously. Big thanks from my entire family!!!

Good luck on the run!!!

Stacy said...

We need more people like you who may not live it every day, but "get it" nonetheless. Thank you.

Kathy said...

You are awesome to do this!!

MollyW said...

Thank you so much - you truly are running for every ASD kid out there. My 3 year old daughter is one of them. Much love and gratitude from our family.

Patty O. said...

I can't tell you how much it means to have a parent who hasn't been directly impacted by autism make such an effort to help kids like my own. I don't think I can really explain how significant this is to me. Your willingness to stand up for a cause like this is so heartwarming! Thank you for doing this!

surprised by joy said...

The world needs more people like you!! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Go Paula. You rock!!

Lauren @ www.laurenruns.com said...

Paula - you're incredibly inspiring in crusading and dedicating your training & your race to a cause that has touched you - maybe not deep and close (like a dagger), but at least scratches periodically. Best of luck in your training to get to Boston in September!

Unknown said...

Good luck! I love that you responded to Luau's challenge. I've responded to Jess's request, and commented here. :) They both rock. Hope you rock your run!!

Anonymous said...

thank you, and rock the run!! -Marylou

Peter Smith said...

Inspiring. Good work Paula

Mom said...

Thank you so much Paula. You are one special lady!

Jess' Mom

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU and best of luck!!!!!

Niksmom said...

Paula, I don't know you but came via Jess. I DO know Jess and her beautiful family. Now? I LOVE YOU for what you are doing. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for doing this for all of our children.

Gus Z said...

Thank you Paula and Paula!!!

Kerry said...

For my girl and all the beautiful kids like her, thank you.

ngspitznagle said...

Thank you for what you are doing! I have two personal friends with autistic sons and I know what they go through on a daily basis. My own nephew, while on the spectrum, was never "labeled"as he fit too many categories. Luckily his case is mild comparatively speaking. You can be sure to also fnd a donation from me soon. You are awesome!

Gary said...

You'll do great and you will get it done, Paula! Thank you for doing this!

Grandpa DD said...

Thanks for all of your support!

Grandpa DD

JenK said...

Thank you Paula! I read Jess' blog as an autism mom, and Luau's blog as a runner (very amateur). You are inspiring on both fronts. Good luck and have tons of fun!

Anonymous said...

What an awesome and big heart you have! I bet that training for a half marathon will also help you with that 29:59 5K goal. Best of luck.

Kim said...

Wow. Just Wow! Thank you so much! You are amazing :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks & God Bless!

Rebecca said...

Thanks, Paula for your kindness and generosity to the kids and families on the spectrum. Am trying to work my schedule so I can be at the run in September as well. Hopefully I will see you there.

Black Knight said...

Go Paula, you are amazing!
Hi from Italy

Margaret said...

Best of luck Paula!! You'll do great!!

Alicia Jay said...

Hey Paula!
You are just so awesome! You were the one who introduced me to Jess' blog and now I'm glued to it. I just participated in our local Autism Walk & Expo last weekend but it's nothing compared to what you are doing. Good luck!

Amy said...

Thank you Paula! Our kids thank you!

Mike-El said...

Get out there and rip it up, cupcake.

Kelsey S. said...

Very inspirational. Good luck!

mikepey said...

Go Paula!!!!!

Girl In Motion said...

You rock, Paula, may it be a wonderful race!

Anonymous said...

Hey Paula this sounds awesome! The only real contact I've had with autism is through a movie I made about a year ago. One of the main characters was autistic so I had to do a lot of research. Since then, I've been more aware of causes like this, and I wish you all the best!

-Arlene

Garry Trammell said...

Excellent! Watch your training regimen (don't overtrain and injure yourself)and you'll do fine. Love the perseverance! Go Paula!

Don Guitar said...

If they accepted PayPal I'd have just made a donation. You're a good'un ma'am.

Jacqui Graham said...

Paula, I am so looking forward to running this 1/2 marathon with you! You have inspired me to run in honor of some very special young folks with autism whose have come into my life. I feel blessed that our paths have crossed -- I know I am the better for it!

Sharon {Grumpy, Sleepy and Bashful} said...

A fabulous cause!! Good luck!

Suz and Allan said...

What a great cause! Good luck Paula!

Sherry Pagoto said...

What a great cause! Go for it Paula! Don't forget to plank for good luck before the race! #plankaday

Anonymous said...

Good Luck accomplishing your goal! Just keep pushing one step & one day at a time! ;) Teri C

Patty said...

Wishing you the very best of luck in the marathon and applauding your efforts on behalf of such a worthwhile cause.

Michael Selmer said...

Great job, Paula ... on the blogpost and the fundraising. I hope you reach your comment goal. In the original draft of "Harvest of the Heart," Elsa, the main character, was mildly autistic. That element was dropped at the suggestion of my editor, but after all the research I did, I still feel an affinity for autistic children and autism research.

Rick said...

I hope you have a great Half Marathon!! I did my first last year at age 64 with only about a year and a half of running experience. Your goal should be to train without injury, and to finish the half! Enjoy the run! A reasonable time goal (secondary to finishing) might be 2:30. If you can do a 5k in 30, 2:30 for the half is doable.

Jester Queen said...

I have to say. As the mom to two kids on the spectrum, I am extremely ambivalent about autism speaks. They do a LOT of good, but tend to focus on the negative almost exclusively, which is frustrating for those of us hoping to present a more balanced picture. Note, however, that I'm commenting. Because in the end, they do a LOT of good.

Xarah said...

It doesn't matter in what time you run it. It doesn't even matter if you finish the run or not. All it matters that you are going to start. I applaud you!

Anonymous said...

best of luck from Tally...cheers

Kim said...

Sending you positive running energy, you can do it!

Anonymous said...

Admire you for doing this - so much!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome and inspiring!!!

Poonther said...

Once again you demonstrate why I call you Wonder Woman. Best of luck with this difficult but important task.

Traci S said...

Good luck Paula! Thank you from yet another parent of a child on the spectrum.

Anonymous said...

Good luck! You'll do great!

Teresa said...

Have a great run! Thanks for doing this from another mom of a child with Asperger's.

Anonymous said...

Good luck in your run and thank you for supporting such an important cause!

Tracy said...

Good luck!!! What you're doing is really wonderful!

Chris and Jill said...

Thanks for doing this in honor all everyone affected by Autism. Best of luck with your run!

Carla said...

Go Paula! Looking forward to seeing you at lots of the local races while training! Have a great run

Maura said...

Good luck in Boston

alicia said...

Good luck on your run! Thank you so much for doing this and for all of the causes you pour your heart into!

SaJo121 said...

Best of luck Paula- I found your post via twitter and 1) having grown up in Tally and 2) having worked with children with autism please know I'll be cheering for you and the awareness you're creating.

Wrenn said...

Have a great run! And I think it is great what you are doing for such a worthy cause. Keep up the good work!

Amy Stevens said...

Paula, you go girl!!!! I've had the same 30 minute goal (I've only kept that to myself until this moment) so if you have a breakthrough, let me know. Good luck and keep on being an inspiration to us all.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there! Hopefully it will work out for you! Keep moving forward!!
Teri C

Anonymous said...

I thank you for doing this. We have a nephew who has autism and he has never ceased to amaze us in his 19 years. Go Paula!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud said...

What an awesome cause! I'm so glad that you're using your voice for good. Good luck on your run!

Anonymous said...

You rock. Thank you for doing this. You are an amazing woman!

Jannyk9 said...

finally found. mention on facebook to scroll to bottom to comment on blog. thanks for doing this. Jan

Donna Meredith said...

Nothing could tear at you like feeling powerless to heal a hurt to your child. Thank you for your devotion this and so many other good causes.

RunnergirlNV said...

This brought tears to my eyes...Paula I think you are an amazing woman.I get it has to be Boston and it has to be this race. I was the smae way for my first half. I will keep you in my prayers and I know you can do this..."DON" FALL AND FINISH"

Deena said...

Paula!
You are an inspiration to us all! Good Luck!

Barbara Forbes-Lyons said...

Great work, Paula. Appreciate all you're doing for the organization.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for doing this - there are so many affected by ASD, and the numbers are growing. We need to stop the epidemic.

Anonymous said...

You are such an inspiration and soooo awesome!! #plankwars

Khorton said...

Paula thank you so much for what your doing ... what a wonderful, touching thing to do.. we would be so better off if there were more people in this world like you~!!!

Jane McPherson said...

Good luck, Paula! Great effort for a great cause.

Barbara said...

Awesome, Paula! You are such an inspiration. Best of luck!

Anonymous said...

I think it is wonderful of you to do this, I am pushing "memory miles events" for Military families and we are attempting a fund raiser here for a two year old's medical bills (kidney cancer). Other friends are raising funds for charities also. I hope you meet your goal and more. Prayers are being sent - God bless!

Kathi said...

good luck! may your feet be healthy and your legs run strong!

Kristine said...

Good luck, Paula ... I admire your strength and discipline, and your advocacy is inspiring. Wishing you the best!

Anonymous said...

Heard about your aspirations from Amy Z and wanted to say -- you rock!

Laura Ferenczy Eck said...

Good luck Paula!! I'm so excited for you, thank you for doing this!

WashingTina said...

You are an inspiration! I can't wait to hear how this all goes down. Bravo!!!!

nolenbucs said...

Thanks so much for your commitment to autism Paula! It has always been something near and dear to my heart as I know several children on the spectrum and there are never enough affordable services for them as you say!

Laura said...

What a generous and kind thing to do! Wishing you a safe run- thanks for supporting those of us who deal with autism daily.

Simply Southern said...

what a great idea. Best wishes in your run

Anonymous said...

What a GREAT thing to do...good luck to you!

~~Friend of Amy's... :)

Ali J said...

This is inspiring! As an aspiring teacher of students with disabilities, it is always amazing to see individuals showing great support & bringing disabilities to light. Thank you for running & good luck!

DrPepperDiva said...

I wish you the best of luck.

noelle said...

My teaching partner has twins with autism. She routinely inspires me with how she celebrates the small things and smiles through the challenges. Thank you for helping families like hers!

Lavender Luz said...

Your efforts are helping so many people. You go, girl!

Volodymyr said...

Wonderful and amazing! Good luck for you! I think you should be oriented on about 2:30-2:35.

Gail said...

Beautiful woman with a beautiful heart :) I have two little ones with an autism diagnosis. People like you make strides for their future every day. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I know a family with an autistic child. My experience with autism is limited to a few brief home visits, stories from the child's older brother, and a quick run to the hospital to assist the mom when the dad was overseas.

Good luck and best wishes for bringing attention and assistance to a condition that the lives of so many. --- a childhood friend

gratefulsurvivor said...

Go, Paula, Go!

Anonymous said...

Paula, you are one of the most special ladies I've ever met. I am so proud of you and excited for you. You are going to meet and exceed all of your goals! You're truly a gift, to me, to GWTC and now to the Autism community for grabbing a hold and not letting go, bringing funds and awareness to Autism research. Love you!

Robin
simplerobin@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

You will do great, Paula! And if you need a partner for a long run I am happy to join you as long as it isn't at 10 p.m. I have a friend with not one but TWO autistic children.
Beth Alexander

Gary C said...

If everyone would do half as much as you do to help others, the world would be a much better place.It is good hearted people like you that make me proud to be a part of Gulfwinds Track Club.I know you will be ready for 13.1 in Boston.I wish I could do more to help.Have fun at the race!

Anonymous said...

You can do it Paula, I did my first 1/2 in Feb. & I'm no runner! Your Sunday yoga buddy, Angela!

Unknown said...

Good Luck!! You are truly an inspiration!

Maureen said...

Paula, I'm in awe of your energy and enthusiasm! What a great cause. Good luck and have fun!!

AShoestringLife said...

As a mother of a child on the spectrum I want to say thank-you and god luck!

Patricia said...

You are such an I spiration to so many. Thank you for showing anyone who is determined can make a difference. Have a great race!

Anonymous said...

Go Paula,go! Good luck and wish you the best!

Miao

Anonymous said...

Go, girl go! Blessings!

Roberta said...

Good luck, Paula!

SlowbutSteadyWinsTheRace said...

Such a great cause. I used to work at a residential treatment facility for children with mental health issues, and dealt with children with disorders on the autism spectrum on a daily basis. God bless those children, their families, and others who love and work with them! Go Paula!

--Dustin

simonesel said...

Your willingness - scratch that, your enthusiasm - to support people is really astounding, Paula. You champion anyone who needs help, whether it be college students making movies for fun or parents trying to raise happy and healthy kids. You're the best. Thank you so much and good luck on your run!
-Simone Lapidus

Anonymous said...

Go Paula!!

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