Saturday marked a new year for me – another year passed, another rung climbed, another notch… notched.
I spent the day in my favorite place surrounded by dearest friends old and new, singing songs, playing with my kids and reflecting on all the love you’ve showered me and my family this past year. 36 was a year of transition. In Jewish numerology, 18 or ‘chai’ is the number for life. Just as my first 18 years marked a stage of my life, so too did the next 18 years. And as I turn 37 and begin to burn down a new set, I’m optimistic and excited about what new opportunities and possibilities await me.
It is with this hope that I invite you to celebrate this new chapter with me as Abby’s Army gears up for our third Obliteride campaign.
Obliteride Pop-Up Dinner
Join me and the Abby’s Army community for a Obliteride Pop-up dinner courtesy of the amazing Venessa Goldberg. Last year’s dinner was beyond amazing. This year’s pop-up dinner – on Sunday, August 6th @ 7pm – will be even better with five courses + pairings, special guest speaker, and an up-and-coming Seattle mixologist. You don’t want to miss out. Sign up here.
I’m thrilled at the team we’ve assembled this year with riders again flying in from all over the country and many first-timers. Register to Ride. There’s still lots of time. Take it from Lauren Bernstein, last year’s “Better Late Than Never” award recipient, who signed up two days before the ride and ride with us on Sunday, August 13th. Rides range from 10, 25, 50 miles and more. You can do it!
Donate Today to Team Abby’s Army
Take 2 minutes now and Donate to Team Abby’s Army – it could be a “couple of dollars” as Jaren famously asked for last year, $18 (chai), $37, $100 or whatever makes your heart feel connected to Abby, our family, and your community here. You can donate to the team or find one of our amazing riders and help them achieve their goal.
Thanks for your support and your continued love. I look forward to celebrating more together in my 37th year on earth.
Love & healing,