From the day Paul had his stroke he's worked tirelessly to get better. And he is, but it's slow. Slower than you can imagine. He wants to try some radical and expensive treatment in the US called Etanercept. It should (fingers very tightly crossed) help his speech and therefore his dearest wish to read our three young boys a bedtime story. Paul is aiming to take 10,000 steps per day for 35 days starting Monday 21st July to raise money for the treatment. That's the average daily step count for you and I, but Paul's steps are cumbersome and slow. He reaches 10,000 on a rare occasion (as notified by his Fitbit) but it's a struggle.