Episode 2: One Man’s Army

Often Awesome The Series is a web series about Tim and Kaylan’s battle with ALS. It’s a story about love, friends, strength and courage. Join us every two weeks for a new chapter in this amazing adventure.

Episode 2 : “One Man’s Army” introduces us to the Often Awesome Army which is a group of Tim’s friends who put on benefit shows, art auctions and help raise money to provide for Tim’s quality of life care.

For more information about Tim and Kaylan’s fight visit : oftenawesome.org
If you are interested in funding research, please make tax deductible donations to the ALS TDI at: oftenawesomearmy.alscommunity.org

11 Responses to “Episode 2: One Man’s Army”

  1. romydidthis Says:

    I remember the community that built up around my dad and mom when they were facing this. It made all the difference in the world. It was overwhelming and sometimes almost embarrassing to be the recipients of so much care and attention but it mostly made me understand how deeply we are all connected and how good peoples hearts really are. Thanks for sharing this story.

  2. An Awesome Army Says:

    [...] Episode 2 (originally aired January 11, 2010) is entitled “One Man’s Army,” which begins with Kaylan and Tim talking about the days following Tim’s diagnosis. [...]

  3. ggetsinger999 Says:

    I’d be happier if I could hear the people speaking over the music!

  4. Heliftsme Says:

    The series is nominated for Best Documentary Series for a Webby. Please help us take home the People’s Voice Award for voting! Go to the youtube titled: “Often Awesome The Series: An ALS Love Story Official Trailer”, and click the link to the Webby awards. Ends 4/26/2012.

  5. daniel987878 Says:

    did this dude ever get tested for lyme disease?

  6. AllAcesMedia Says:

    He got tested for everything. He has a genetic form of ALS which his mother and grandmother died from.

  7. daniel987878 Says:

    he was one tough person to go through all this.

  8. daniel987878 Says:

    I read that many cases of ALS are just Lyme disease. Lyme disease is very hard to diagnose with most standard tests providing false negatives. Antibiotics reverse many peoples ALS apparently.

  9. Pandora Souza Says:

    LOL That is the biggest load of crap I have ever heard. You must know NOTHING about ALS or Lymes disease.

  10. Heather Engwall Says:

    This series is amazing, it helps appreciate every second I have with my aunt, who was diagnosed very late with ALS. Thank You for telling your story.

  11. Bonny Bonobo Says:

    My name is Helen Barratt and my mother died of MND or Lou Gehrig’s ALS in 2009. My latest forum article called ‘Australian Researchers Discover Potential Blue Green Algae Cause & Treatment of Motor Neuron Disease (MND)&(ALS)’ and its link to Parkinsons’s and Alzheimer’s diseases can be found at Science20 under the medicine forum.

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