The energy is electric and infectious. And being surrounded by others who share this disease is a comfort in some way. It reassures me that Harper is not alone in her battle. It's a day that's dedicated to Harper and the strength and bravery that she displays on a daily basis, even when she's completely burned out.
We had a wonderful team this year and awesome team t-shirts. The weather was gorgeous, and we had a fun post-walk celebration.
Here are a few of my favorite pictures from the day.
For more information about the JDRF One Walk, click here.
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