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Life with a boy and his Hypoplastic Left heart Syndrome, now Heart transplant and partial Liver from Aspergillius. Also, a girl and her Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome, Neuro Endocrine Cell Hypoplasia, Lumbar Hemangioma, asymmetrical gluteal cleft, Pectus Carinatum and two Super Sisters and one yummy baby brother.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Mid-race.... Gator having his Gatoraid and Papa pushing...

Ry riding a little


Whew! After the race enjoying some apples and drink


all of the "Hearts" present at the run...

I just want to tell everyone who supported us, thank you! Thanks for all the hard work for putting this event on...

Specifically-
Mike and Karen Groesbeck
Tim(dad) Paulene (mom) and Ave (lil'sis)
Dave(j's dad) Diane (j's mom)
Marcus (bro) Lisa (sil) and Arlington (niece)
Grandma and Papa Great Eiman
Nic Dumas
Mindy Frances
And all the England babies!!!
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5 comments:

Mindurs said...

Hey girl I am glad that your race went well. I am sorry I couldn't make it. Maybe next year. I am serious about helping you write grants though.

I feel baaaaad that I made you do my hair on the night your husband got such a big calling. YOu could have cancelled girl and I would have been none the wiser. I do look good though so I am not complaining. Jeff will be great at his new calling! We are here to help you with anything if you need it.

jenny said...

Wow what a weekend. I am glad the race went well. I wish we could have been there to support you guys. Congrats Jeff on the new calling. I could not think of a greater guy to do the job. You will be fabulous!!!!

Scott and Mary said...

I am glad the race went well! It looks like fun!

PS tell your hubby congrats on your new calling, I know there will be sacrifices but the blessing will come too! I love you guys...

Maryann

binders said...

Lots going on for you. Congratulations on all your recent successes and big changes. I'm trying to find your number so I can get my hair done! It's driving me nuts.

Let me know if you need any tips on how to raise funds. I've helped raise around half a million dollars over the last 5 years for a couple different non-profits through granting foundations and corporations, I'm happy to give you some ideas.

carolyn q said...

Hey Brynn,
Just wanted you to know that when I posted one of the pictures from the walk on my blog you mom is front and center. You might want to copy the picture.
Thanks for all your hard work with the walk. . .it still is overwhelming how wonderful it turned out.
I can only imagine how well Jeff will do in the Bishopbric. . he is humble and caring. . .and that's a great combination.
Your family is a wonderful example to me.
Heart Hugs,
Carolyn