Friday, February 19, 2010

Mr. Patterson Spanks MS.

Hey, guys!

I have been super busy this week. Like, I get it, no one cares how busy I am. We're all busy. Shut up, pretty (yet rotund) blogger. But seriously: me = busy. So there you go.

I wanted to take a moment this afternoon to honor mah friend "Mr. Patterson," who is actually a gorgeous woman whom I met many moons ago, in high school. (She also appreciates her moniker immensely, I assure you.) She is a loyal reader of this here blog and one of the finest people I know.

She also has MS. Which, if you ask me? Is bullshit.

I don't talk to Mr. P as often as I would like (she is busy too, you know), but I have had the opportunity to learn a little about what she is grappling with through our drunken happy hours (those were the days!) and email correspondence. And I will tell you: this chick is dealing, and dealing well.

Recently, I learned via Facebook that another friend from elementary school and high school has MS. J also has a friend from his high school afflicted.

Seriously? Fuck off, MS.

The annual MS Walk in our area is upon us (well, this May), and Ninja-willing I will be able to walk with Mr. P (who, quite disappointingly, did not name her team "Mr. Patterson's Peaches," or something like that. If I had my own team, I'd probably go ahead and call it "Fuck off, MS," because we all know I really, really love the eff-word.)


Now, I'd like to do all I can to help eradicate this disease for all who suffer, especially the lovely Mr. P. So I am starting my fundraising effort today. If you know me in real life, you will get hit up via email shortly. If we are just blogging besties, and you would like to donate, please feel free to contact me via email and I will let you know how to donate directly to Mr. P's team and fundraising efforts. Or, you could be a doll and go here, and donate something. Whatever you can. Any donation is much appreciated, and funds vital research to help us understand and hopefully eradicate this disease for all the Mr. Ps of the world.

Tell them HV sent you. (And in the memo of your check, won't you kindly write: "Fuck off, MS?" Just at least tell me you did.)

And here's to Mr. Patterson, who is strong, powerful, and shall overcome.


Sarah Mahalo said...

Ha! I don't use the F word nearly enough. I work at a Catholic College...I need to start working it into my daily conversations with nuns...

Anonymous said...


Mr. Patterson

Homevalley said...

And I love you, Mr. Patterson. And I laugh OUTLOUD each time we call you Mr. Patterson, because it is very, very funny.