Why'd the Weekend End?
The walk for HD Awareness was amazing and emotional. There wasn't a huge turnout because the disease is so rare, and so few know about its existence, but it was enough. I put a bid on a wine basket and won! But the woman who is supposed to be scheduling with me for me to go pick it up has been silent... Oh well. Honeybun was feeling a lot of emotions, so we distracted ourselves by loving on the giant Irish Wolfhounds. Those dogs are so massive! I'm not the tallest person around, but my god both dogs could've swallowed me whole if they weren't such cuddlebugs. I'd love to have a pet werewolf of my own one day, but I can't imagine how much those lovely beasts eat!
We collected much information about HD support groups and medical studies Honeybun could participate in, and we signed up as volunteers for the next event. I'll be able to put my event organizing skills to a good cause. We both cried and discussed our future again. We ended the day by taking my best friend's kayaks out on the water at home and just... being. It was lovely.