For Hunter, the walk was about doing something for his brother. 'I can't even describe to you how special (Braden) is to me. I can't put it into words,' the teen said. 'He's awesome. He's always there for me. I really just wanted to give back to him in some way.'--You'll need to get the kleenex out for this story. Hunter Gandee, 14, carried his younger brother (who has Cerebral Palsy) on his back, for 40 miles.
--He wanted to do the walk to raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy.
--This story hits close to home since my youngest child has developmental delays that are similar to having mild Cerebral Palsy.
--The love Hunter has for his brother just melts my heart, and is simply amazing and inspirational. We need a lot more Hunters in this world.