Episode 3: The Luckiest Man

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 3 : “The Luckiest Man” July 4th, 2009 Tim and Kaylan are invited to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park for Tim to recite Lou Gerhig’s retirement speech during the game on the 70th Anniversary of Gehrig’s retirement from baseball. While there, Tim and Kaylan meet another couple that are battling ALS.

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7 Responses to “Episode 3: The Luckiest Man”

  1. trippyork Says:

    Awesome!!!

  2. MikeCANN Says:

    Awesome but tough. Thanks for this.

  3. romydidthis Says:

    I love that this is the story of a couple and a community facing this together more so than one man’s story. I really appreciate that aspect of these episodes.

  4. zackhample Says:

    Outstanding video. I’m thinking of you, Tim…

  5. 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.

  6. Kelsie G Says:

    my father struggles with being extremely ill with kidney failure and several other serious health problems that really affect his quality of life. It’s nothing like ALS, but it’s so encouraging to know that you guys aren’t letting it take away your spirit or your love for one another. thank you so much for the inspiration. I’m keeping you in my prayers.

  7. 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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