Message from Lori:
“Hi, this is Lori Schneider.  In June of '09, I returned from Nepal, where I completed the climb of my life.  Ten years ago, Multiple Sclerosis WAS the climb of my life, and I feel fortunate that I have summited that obstacle and am now descending from the pain and fear.  I know of many others with MS that have not been as fortunate as I am, and they were with me in spirit, as I scaled Mt. Everest.  Life with MS can be very difficult at times, but it is often those very challenges that make us stronger.  I have let go of the fear and am living my dreams while I can.  If I need to let go of some of the "physical" dreams in the future, I will find new dreams to pursue.  I climbed this mountain for all of us with MS, and it was an honor to do so. Believe in yourself and live your dreams.”

- Lori Schneider


29,035 ft.
Nepal, Asia

Mount Everest, also known as Chomolungma is the world’s highest mountain, at 29,035 ft.  It is part of Asia’s Himalayan range and is located between the borders of Nepal and Tibet.  It was first climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay in 1953.


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Special Thanks to Wendy