Showing posts from March, 2014

Fundraiser for home and medical travel

I am sure that most know about our Abi.  If not, you can scroll back to the days when it was by far

worse than it is now.  None the less we still have our bad days and so does Abi.  We have many

things going on right now.  One of those things is every time that we move to a new place we have

to deal with new people, new places and new things.  We also have to keep some people in there

because they have been sources for food, services, etc .  Its the nature of what we do to keep Abi


    If you don't know us. Abi has multiple chemical sensitivity disorder that stems from a vaccine

reaction.  The vaccine reaction is proven so I have no need to prove it to anyone else.  The case

was won.  We have gone through many trials and tribulations with this and Abi has come a long

way.  She has made an incredible amount of milestones as well.

     The fact is that multiple chemical sensitivity disorder can wreak havoc on the individuals life

as well as the family's life.  It i…

Ten years ago and many, many milestones

It is difficult for me to look at this as a 10 year anniversary and think of it as a celebration but it is.  I meant to write and blog so many times but it is not always convenient.  You see our days and hours are spent with our Abi. teaching her and letting her relearn skills that she started with and once had.

  I hold no grudges against anyone along the way who we have entrusted as Doctors or anyone who has tried to help.  I do feel that the attorneys and others who like to "claim as helpers"  well you were not.

  We have friends and family as well that didn't know always how to help or what to do.  We had other family members that caused a lot of grief.  I don't need to mention who these people are we will just leave it at that.

  It has been a learning experience and I think that when our family started this venture which was before Abi was born had we known then what we know now we would have definitely had some anxiety.   We were pastoring a small church in Arka…