I was a distance runner in high school and transitioned to distance cycling in college. (One of our early dates for me and Jean was a 2-day 200 mile bike ride along the Mississippi River Valley.)
Endurance athletes talk about, "Hitting the Wall," that point where everything seems to be coming apart and you don't know if you can make it to the end.
Jean and I have struggled with the wall, What are we allowed to do? How can we do it? How do we keep Fundemonium going? How do we pay our employees?
I know many of you are pushing against the wall too. How do I protect my family? How can I keep the kids occupied and unafraid? How do I relieve my stress?
Keys to pushing through the wall include envisioning the celebration at the end and connecting with others in the effort.
For me, I envision the day when Fundemonium is again full of people laughing, playing, and having parties. I also relish the phone calls, emails, and Facebook messages you send asking about FUN products or just offering support.
Let us help you envision FUN times again. Call us for information about games to play, projects to make, and how to get that toy working again. We want to help.
We feel that we are finding our pace for this run and we will make it to the celebration at the end. Join us at that celebration.
We are grateful for your support.