I'm a glutton for punishment it would seem, because yes, I have decided to run a new edition of Just Another Manscape Monday - the post where you get to make fun of me for tweezing and trimming those hirsute nether regions, and in retort I play some uber-metrosexual music video (usually Coldplay) to fan the flames.
If you happen to be stopping by after my suicide attempt on Friday (which has warranted a follow-up post), then I would like to offer my appreciation for you're graciousness in coming back. I will, however, warn you that this is where my writing goes back to being plain 'ol, boring Clark Kent.
This Coldplay offering is one of my favorites (my post While You Were At BlogHer probably has something to do with that), and the video's theme fits perfectly with what I'm about ask of you.
Some of you may or may not know Kevin from Always Home and Uncool, and that his daughter Megan has been diagnosed with Juvenile Dermatomyositis -an autoimmune disease affecting approximately 5,000 children in the United States. JM is characterized by rashes and weak muscles, and there is no cure. However, there are treatments, and the Cure JM Foundation is working to find a solution that will rid children like Megan of this awful affliction. (Watch this video as well.)
On February 13th & 14th, Kevin, his wife Rhonda and Megan will be in Austin as part of the JM National Education Event Marathon, and I'm thrilled that my wife and I are able to be a part of this event as volunteers (and no, my hairless butt isn't running in the marathon). What I'm asking is that you would consider sponsoring us, and by extension, be an active participant in helping to find a cure for Megan and other kids diagnosed with JM.
If you'd like to be a sponsor, PLEASE CLICK HERE or on the button below for directions and more information. Even a few dollars is greatly appreciated in our personal goal to reach $1000.
And if nothing else, regardless of how you feel about Coldplay or my shaven tuckus, please forward this message on to others via email, Facebook, Twitter, carrier pigeon, etc.
Finally, Thank you.
Now, have your way with me in the comments over my grooming habits and musical tastes. It's for a good cause.