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January 05, 2008


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When I saw your video, I immediately thought of my brother. My brother has had Multiple Scerolsis for the past 20 years. He refuses to use a wheelchair out of concern of what others may see in him. It is very painful for me to have witnessed his lifestyle all these years. He has a caregiver and is pretty much confined to his bed and he is only 55 years old. Your vidio brought tears to my eyes not because of your condition but because there are so many human beings out there with complaints abound, about such trivial things in their lives. My only wish for them is to have your video close at hand and watch it from time to time to remind themselves how lucky they really are and that the geatest JOY in life is in living on own own terms and not care what others think-I am soooo in AWE of you and my wishes for you are to continue adding to your great adventures in the future.

It was truly a privilege to hear Kevin speak at our annual All Staff meeting in Polson this week! I was very impressed with his attitude, accomplishments and photographs. If everyone could meet this incredible man and hear his amazing story, the world would definitely be a better place! We need more outstanding people like Kevin! May God bless this young man and his extremely supportive and loving family abundantly!

Heidi Wadas, Billings, MT
April 18, 2008

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