It has to be one of the fastest months of the year, and it would have been really faster if we'd have the ALS support group meeting.
Three days until Christmas, and I'm still not done. Christmas season this year is kind of difficult because the kids are getting older, and it's getting harder to shop for them. I've got one that's a full-blown teenager and another that soon to be a teenager.
It's kind of funny how you can allow for a budget for Christmas, but the presents don't always match the budget. But, with friends and family helping it always seems to come out OK.
After the film premiere I had old buddies calling me and friends stop by for a quick visit and volunteers built a wheelchair ramp outside.
It's weird to think that we've always gone to Hastings to buy movies and now the documentary's being sold there. I was excited, but also reserved if you can believe that because I didn't know how everybody was going to take to it.
But, once again, if you're honest in a documentary, people will take it honestly. That's the reason why I wanted to tell it. I'm am proud that the proceeds are going to research.
So, if you want to see the truth, send $15.99, and you can buy it yourself.
- Craig Fox
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