This update is brought to you using only my eyes on my recently developed Eye & Personal Voice Communication Device*.
At the weekend, Lorraine and I hosted a fun night in our local church hall bringing together 200 of our closest family and friends. With the venue at maximum capacity, the positive energy, enthusiasm, and all round banter was phenomenal. Was also great to see so many folks meeting up again given the passing years.
In sub-zero temperatures and difficult icy conditions, we braced ourselves from near and far for the Gavinliveslife Race Night.
It was a very special night indeed, especially getting the opportunity to see and talk to everyone. Also seeing 200 people screaming at a screen for their selected horses was a sight not to be missed.
The night was organised and run by our relatives and friends, who did a fantastic job. The raffle proved very popular, with all prizes donated by local businesses and those attending. Also a hit was the launch of the Gavinliveslife wrist band.
A huge thanks for everyone attending, our organisers, and helpers, who created the most memorable of evenings.
*The Gavinliveslife team are actively pursuing for my ground breaking communication device to be made available to all ALS / MND patients in Glasgow, then Scotland, then UK, then internationally. Stay tuned for more details.