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My #ALSIceBucketChallenge

I saw the challenge going around and to be honest I didn't really want to get nominated. Yes, it raises awareness and possibly cash for a great cause, (Lou Gehrig's Disease), but did I really want to dump a bucket of ice water on my head? Not really.

Then the moment came.
My sister, gotta love her, nominated me.
I've never been one to turn down a challenge, so off I went immediately to get the bucket of ice cold water. I didn't use ice cubes, that would probably hurt, but really cold water had the same effect without the lumps afterward. I threw on my bathing suit, had to be prepared for the big splash, and off I went to it.
The hubby took the video. Pardon my face without makeup on, but picture all that running down my face after the soaking... yeah, I wasn't going there either.

Anyway, enjoy the laugh and remember to give, even just a little, to a great cause, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or ALS. Thank you.





**No compensation was received for posting. This is my personal experience and opinion.

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  1. Well done you - what a laugh, and a great video. You join a long list of supporters for this wonderful cause. Wrenx

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  2. Wow... I've never heard of such a challenge for fund raising! :P Enjoyed your spastic shivering? :D

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  3. Freda, you made it look so easy.

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  4. I think you had the right idea about doing it in the shower instead of outdoors..

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  5. brrrr, good going for a good cause - cheers :-)

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