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Monday, July 30, 2012

The new generator is up and going.

Everything is up and running. Daddy and Papaw finished getting the generator setup and wired for the house. It works perfect and runs the entire house. The donations that were made was used for the new wiring, securing the new generator, and getting a video surveillance security system. It monitors the generator, vehicles, and the house. At lest if something was to happen again we'll have video of it. Heedfully it will help with our homeowners insurance. Daddy had his truck broke into 6 years ago in our driveway and they were never caught. Thank you all so much for the out pouring of love. You all are the best.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Thank you so much!!!!!

Today we have been a witness to how prayers are answered and how God takes care of his little ones. We can not express words that could ever thank everyone enough for all that has been done in the wake of such a despicable act. So many have wrote and sent donations though the "Donate" button on my page. As you can see from the pictures below I now have another generator and now a new wheelchair carrier. The next goal is to get a theft protection system in place to prevent this from happening again. We are so grateful for everyone that has come forward to help. You all are the best. Thank you so much.
The WBIR channel 10 news report on the 6:00 news.
The original story about the theft of my generator.

The follow up report from WBIR.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Back to Shriner's........again....

Well, I'll be headed back to Shriners Children's Hospital in Lexington, KY again in the morning. It's becoming such a familiar place to me. It's becoming a second home to me just like Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

It's been a VERY busy weekend for me and my family. We had an awesome turnout for the fundraiser at Dumplin Valley Raceway on Saturday. Thank you so much for everyone that came out and braved the high temperatures to support and donate to a good cause. It got to 107 degrees at the track and that was actual temperature not heat index. Racing went until 3am. We raised colder to $2000 to go towards medical equipment that I'm in need of that isn't cover by insurance.

After the race we headed south to Gainesville FL to see my Grate Grandma. She hasn't seen me since 2009. This is the first time she seen me since I was diagnosised. We are having a great time. Then we have to go back to Lexington, KY this Thursday to Shriners to get my new braces. So we have a lot of traveling to do this week.