Fighting juvenile diabetes? Well, what d’ya know, so am I!
This Sunday I’ll be at the Walk to Cure Diabetes with nine-year-old wunderkind Jack Stuart, who has been battling the disease since he was five.
But that’s not all I’ll be doing.
There’s also a Rickard Guy moccasin workshop (photo by Michelle Ford).
An old roommate’s art show, dinner with friends, dinner with family, bridesmaids dress fittings and fun things like that.
And you better believe I’ll be carting around this hippie dippy bag (nabbed from my sister, who found it in Thailand) because it’s been going with me everywhere from Coachella to the Commodore.
But back to Jack — if you want to help the mini man fight diabetes, you can join his team or pledge him here. See you on Sunday!
wish people referred to me as a wunderkind. go jack.
Kudos to you for supporting such a great cause Kelsey! It sounds like you have a jam-packed weekend ahead. Mine will probably be a lot more relaxed. :)
no walk for me on sunday – it’s my niece’s first birthday :)
have a great weekend!
Great look and cause, darling!
woww. i like that shoes. :)
have a great weekend dear.
great cause! i heard it’ll be a nice sunny weekend! enjoy!
The Walk to Cure Diabetes sounds absolutely amazing – good luck, Kelsey! :)
Great look – love those shoes!
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this is why you are awesome Kelsey. i think it’s amazing that you’re supporting such a great cause. i can’t imagine what it must be like as a kid and having to deal with diabetes; having a strict diet and not being able to just be a kid and enjoy things like candy and chocolate. i have a few family members with diabetes and it’s definitely no walk in the park. i love your belted grey dress and accessories, you look lovely as always :)
Hi, I love your post on diabetes!