Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Hey Angie, I read your blog every day and often have withdrawals when you don't post for a day or two. You have really touched my life in so many ways that you can't imagine. I know God drew me to your post for a reason. I have been following Cora McClenahan's post for a week and came across a blogger that is raising money for the Playground they want to put in at their church. You can visit this wonderful blog and pass it on to all the AGD girls if you want. I have not started blogging yet but hope to soon. Her blog is HERE.
Thanks so much, Kendall Fletcher

PS...FYI for all of you not familiar with baby Cora. Cora Paige had a few strange symptoms a couple of weeks ago. (i.e., mysterious black eye, not feeling well, etc.) When her parents took her to the doctor to have her further examined, they discovered she had cancer. That was two weeks ago. Baby Cora passed away on Sunday morning. She looked to be hanging on but in two weeks time went from bad to worse. Jesus took her home this past weekend. She was just 11 months old and didn't even get the chance to reach her first birthday. Please stop by her Mom's blog which is highlighted above and let them know that you are praying for them. Her funeral was today so I'm sure this has been an extremely tough day for them. After that, stop by Julie's blog in regards to the fundraising they are doing in honor of Cora's life.
In him, Angie

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