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Why is There Ice on my Bow Tie?

Why is There Ice on my Bow Tie?

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I took the Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise awareness for ALS.  ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is a motor neuron disease.  In addition to donating to ALS, we’re also donating to CODR (Casa de Orientación y Desarrollo Real).

Watch Me Take The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
CODR Gives Educational Opportunities to At-Risk Women

Watch me get ice on my bow tie in this video!

Ice Bucket Challenge

 

The ice water was refreshing in the Texas heat!

Emily and I are donating money to both ALS and CODR.  CODR is a group home for at-risk female students so they can attend university in a safe environment.  Emily volunteered at CODR in the Dominican Republic.

We were nominated by Mommy Points and now we’re inviting a few fellow miles & points bloggers to take the ALS ice bucket challenge!

Watch Me Take The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Emily Was Happy to Turn Me Into a Human Popsicle for a Good Cause

Stefan from Rapid Travel ChaiBonnie from Frugal Travel Lawyer, and Kendra from Points and Pixie Dust, please join us in taking the challenge!

Bottom Line

The Ice Bucket Challenge is a fun way to raise awareness about ALS.  And beat the Texas heat!

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Donations are nice but the spirit here is weak. Use more water and a bigger bucket.

Way to go! Your donations are a blessing to many! And, I agree, so fun to hear your voices. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, you two!

It was also nice to hear your voices (a different side that can’t be captured in travel pictures) and learn that I’ve been mispronouncing Darius for years.

Redo with bigger bucket and more water.

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