Help Her to “Keep Believing”

I don’t know how many of you have checked some of the blogs I have listed in my blogroll over on the left hand sidebar.  From those who have I don’t know how many have clicked on “Keep Believing”.

Keep Believing is Angie O’Neil’s site. Angie comments on my posts once in a while, I comment on her posts once in a while.  We aren’t bloggy best friends or anything, but I ask you for a favor on her behalf now…

If you have never visited Angie’s blog before today, I ask you do. If you have been before, go back today.

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You see, Angie’s husband and father to her two boys is ill, very ill.  He was diagnosed with a brain tumor back in 1997.  He and his family have been fighting it since.

Yesterday they got some difficult news regarding the results of his latest MRI.

Please stop by and drop a comment her way, let them know you feel for them, let them know you will be praying.  It’s a small thing, but I think it will mean a great deal to her, it will mean a great deal to me.

Thanks

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  1. Hi! I am Angie’s cousin and I wanted to say thank you so much for this post. I know that it means so much to Angie and to the rest of our family that there are so many people out there that care. It is also wonderful to hear of all the new people praying for Brian and Angie and their beautiful boys. I don’t know you and I have never read your blog until today, but your love and kindness has touched me so much I wanted to let you know that you are awesome! Thanks again!!! Jen

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  2. I visited her blog. It’s quite a heartbreaking situation to be in. I myself had a brain tumor as a child. I was extremely fortunate that my turned out to be benign and was removed through three extensive surgeries over the course of several years. It did affect my hearing, balance and speech, but I’ve perservered. There’s always hope. Prayers can be answered.

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