Answers to all your questions about why you should go to this link and donate to the Special Olympics to make me jump into ice water.
Me! TheGoodMuse. On a mission to complete my 85th volunteer activity - a Polar Plunge benefitting the Special Olympics.
Special Olympics Northern California provides year-round sports training & competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities FOR FREE. We need to raise money to help them do this it's awesome!
I know, free training and competition opportunities for those with disabilities! Why wouldn’t you help?
As for me it’s been on my bucket list forever, and I’m using this as an excuse to get back into “Body Double Shape” (pictured) after I was struck waiting for a red light in March (which left my neck screwed up).
Yes, I really was a body double when I first got to LA. It’s how I survived. No nudity. I was just in really good shape. I worked out A LOT.
San Francisco “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco” – Mark Twain
And I’m jumping into the Bay in the winter.
February 23, 2013
Because over 15,700 Special Olympics athletes participate in The Special Olympics.
Because you are encouraging me to get back the stomach pictured. Serious motivation if everyone is going to see a picture of you jumping into freezing water in a white bikini.
Because this is on my bucket list.
Why does your hair look like dry twisted straw in that old picture?
I have no idea. People make mistakes. Please forgive.
For more information on Special Olympics Northern California, go to www.sonc.org or join the chatter on Facebook.com/SONorCal and Twitter.com/SONorcal
For more pictures of my adventure and adventures check out Facebook/TheGoodMuse
If this goes well maybe I’ll post up some more pics from body doubling days and tell some stories ‘bout it on TheGoodMuse.com