(he may play for the suns but he is just another oddball to us)
(cause we rock facebook too!)
(our favorite funny man customer)
(who doesn't like Beavers!?)
(real men can say they like flowers)
(good food & great beer)
The Frying Scotsman PDX
(best fish and chip in town)
Brian Grant: An Inspiration
The former NBA big man is determined to lead the fight against Parkinsons disease.
By Author Name
by Nima Zarrabi @NZbeFree
Brian Grant looks at the two ice-cold beers placed on the table and instructs me to pick up one of the frozen sparkle-themed mugs and I do, sipping on the Blue Moon slowly between bites of the best apple crisp pie in the world. He pushes play on the remote and a DVD starts on the massive television screen. Brian wants to show me his favorite day of 2010.
Two and a half years ago, at the age of 36, he was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinsons, a degenerative neurological disorder caused by a loss of dopamine-producing cells in the brain a biological chemical that allows the muscles of the human body to move in a coordinated and smooth manner. After coming to peace with his diagnosis, Brian chose to live with his condition publicly as an advocate for Parkinsons research and education.
|anonymous||April 10, 2013|
Only registered users can leave comments, please log in first.
of the month