Walking with Nathaniel South
My new pilgrimage will include stops at several Friends school (Wilmington, Baltimore, Sandy Spring, and Sidwell), The OCD Clinic @ John Hopkins University Hospital, The Behavioral Therapy Center of Greater Washington, The National Institute of Mental Health, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, The National Alliance of Mental Illness, The OCD Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Catholic University of America, and government offices on Capitol Hill. I will share Nathaniel’s story and raise awareness and funds for OCD/BDD as part of the International OCD Foundation’s 1000,000+ Steps 4 OCD Awareness Campaign.
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1 Million + Steps 4 OCD Awareness 5K Walk
Denis is setting out on another pilgrimage, and we are inviting all of you to walk along — helping us raise money for the foundation, and more importantly, raising awareness about OCD and related disorders along the way. This year, we want to see how many million steps we can walk for OCD awareness together.
Saturday, June 8, 2013
Jamaica Pond, Boston, MA
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It’s already two days after the walk (Monday, June 10) and I feel as if I am still in dreamland. Everything happened so fast. My Camino mind had difficulty adjusting to the new pace. However, the Friday night Terramia Restaurant … Continue reading
Robert Hordan, my host on Capitol Hill, and I rise early and do the hearty breakfast thing. He thinks I’m melting away and wants to beef me up. I think I have lost a few … Continue reading
What miracles a good night’s sleep (longer than usual last night) can do to frame the new day. Emily, Kendra and David’s daughter, is not the only early riser today. I joined in too. A Kendra Breakfast Special enhances my … Continue reading
The time allotted for sleep seems to be getting shorter and shorter. Late night blogging and early Camino office hours are burning the candle at both ends. Regardless, the journey must continue, and therefore, I’m on. This morning the Grady/Farquhars … Continue reading
This morning Judy and I wake up to the most beautiful of spring days–deep blue sky, no clouds, and mild temperatures (leaning slightly toward the cool). The morning light makes every detail in nature sparkle with freshness. Is this Washington? … Continue reading