Friday, April 04, 2008

PLEASE GET TO KNOW JACK!!!

Please click GET TO KNOW JACK....
Livestrong Little Guy, I'm thinking and praying for you all the time!!!! YOU ARE SO LOVED by SO MANY!!!

Hugs and love, Amy


(Jen, Jacks Mom, had met my friend Terri's, daughter Madison before she died and said she thinks of Madison so much...Madison LivedStrong but her little body just couldn't take it anymore and she has passed away)
PLEASE PRAY FOR ALL THOSE LITTLE KIDS FIGHTING CANCER....CANCER SUCKS and I KNOW THIS FIRST HAND!!!!
LIVESTRONG!!!!

6 comments:

Sharon Kay said...

I wish so bad that one day soon they find the cure for cancer. It takes so much from so many people that have to here that awful C word. So sorry about the little ones.

Anonymous said...

Light blue awareness ribbons are for childhood cancer. It is so heartbreaking to see these small, beautiful children taken from us.

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RelayForLifeOhioDivision?team_id=228914&pg=team&fr_id=7296

Counting Your Blessings said...

Watched the video. He's darling. Will be praying. Blessings... Polly (p.s. I'll send you a paypal invoice later. Sorry for the delay - extra kids this week)

carole said...

Hi Amy Darlin:
OMG she is totally beautiful!!! An Angel visiting Earth for such a short time : (
Take care and please answer my e-mails.
Love & Hugs
caorle

Stephanie said...

Hi Amy. I just hate the word even. It does stink. I had to watch my dear daddy loose his battle only a year ago. The pain is still fresh, it won't ever go away. But I will continue to pray for these beautiful children & everyone everywhere that courageously fights this disease. I pray for a cure soon.

Big Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Oh Amy, this made me crrrrrry! Why, oh why, do the little children on earth have to go through this? It seems so unfair, yet they seem to accept it more than any of us adults do. His courage and bravado - and almost an adult sense of acceptance - left me bewildered. Is it that children don't know the depth of sorrow yet? I have to ask myself if their innocence and their not having lived a longer life brings them to a "simple" view - almost like they will take whatever it is...just not knowing life yet. I don't know how to explain this, but I just am so sad to see this. God Bless Jack and God Bless any and all who have to walk this road..this unfair and perplexing road of pain, broken hearts and broken dreams. Honey, I think of you each and every day. I pray that you stay strong and cancer free. I pray for a cure. A cure. A cure...God, send a cure!


...love,
Becky