Anyone got any ideas for what we can do to raise awareness without causing a flare? In the Celebrity Spokesperson thread I mentioned sending emails and such to Ellen Degeneres in the hopes that she will be willing to help us get the word out about FM. Does anyone have any ideas about things we can do in our own communities, though? I can come up with grand ideas, but nothing I can realistically finish by myself (and I haven't located a support group here in town). Walks, runs, and the like are too much for us sometimes. Which made me think of going electric - go-carts or wheelchairs, but that sounds dangerous!! Anybody have any thoughts?
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