I’m flying you and a friend to the set of Hell on Wheels to join me for the ultimate American Old West experience! Our trek across the Great Plains is heading onward and you’ll be riding along as an honorary member of the Hell on Wheels encampment. As my special guests, I’m taking you on a behind-the-scenes tour of the set where you’ll meet the cast and watch us film scenes for the upcoming fourth season. Not only that, but we’ll go skeet shooting, fly fishing, and horseback riding before enjoying a six course dinner prepared by chef Ned Bell. Get ready for an all-access ticket to the wild days of the First Transcontinental Railroad! – Anson Mount


Duchenne is a genetic disease and boys are historically diagnosed by the ages of five to six years old. We started the Fighting Duchenne Foundation to fight for kids all over the world that can’t fight for themselves. Without your help, over 200,000 kids born with Duchenne, including our two sons, will not have the possibility of enjoying a long and healthy life. Please join us while we fight for a cure for DMD. Your donation will help us start a research department at Monroe Carell Jr. Childrens Hospital at Vanderbilt so that one day a cure can be found for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. – Terry and Sonya Marlin (Fighting Duchenne Foundation)


  • June 30, 2012 at 7:07 amLydia, my friend read me your post, and I was very moved by it. I think it is wofnerdul that you can express yourself with such clarity and honesty. I am a blind person, and sadly, my brother reall y did not like helping me when I was growing up. My mother toldl him he had to take me places, and he always did it very grudgingly. Maybe if he had been able to express some of his feelings, we would be closer today. I think you’re a lovely person, and I wish you the very best. Maybe you can find some things that your brothers can help you with, i.e. schoolwork or something that they are good at that you may have some difficulty with.Bob Reply

    Enis (July 11, 2015 at 8:26 am)

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