We have been fortunate in the U.S. to have had running water in our homes, generally, for the past 80+ years. This sort of infrastructure is just not widely available in Africa. Where even most rural homes in the U.S. have had their own well available right outside their home. Imagine having to make a couple of mile trek for a small amount of water to hopeful get through the day. A well changes all of that for a family in Africa.
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Pretty cool to hit a PR tonight. #PR2018
It was hard to get up this morning but after getting out the door, and getting some time in, I finished my run and actually felt good both physically and mentally.
As I headed off camping with the family this weekend I was choosing what to bring to keep my phone charged. When you are a tent camping family you only have so much room. The charging pack I received for speaking at last year’s #WordCamp Grand Rapids, and the USB conversation dongle from this year…
Only $375 to go towards my goal, only about $12 per day until #GRMarathon day on October 20th. Who’s going to help bring clean water to another 56 people in Africa? https://timn.me/2Kx7NEr #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun My running photo for today is a pretty typical sight for me.It can be a rarity that I’m actually have…
It was a lot warmer today than the day before. Managed things nicely without the facemask on today. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun #GRGus