Off topic, but moving
I realize this isn't a Clyde/Athena story, but I found it moving, and I wanted to share it with you.
Besides, this is National Epilepsy Month and at least two posters here have the condition. My apologies in advance for anyone I've offended by posting this link.
Reminds me of the "Team Hoyt" story you can find on youtube that has been posted here before.
BTW, when I first saw the thread title I thought you were "moving", maybe some place warm
Thanks H. That is moving. My son is a first year Neurologist at Loyola and his focus has been on Epilepsy. I have forwarded this to him. He will enjoy the story.