Posted by: oceannah | April 13, 2012

Take a moment to read this post please. It’s from my friend Sandi at Flamidwyfe. Her grand daughter can use our help. Thank YOU!
*anna

Flamidwyfe's Blog

Something a bit different than my Dukan diet… A story about my oldest grandchild, Celeste and a special request for my blogging community.

Celeste was born with a brain abnormality called microcephaly, which means small head, which results in a small brain. She also has agenesis of the corpus collosum. The corpus collosum is a thin, tendon like membrane that separates the two sides of the brain. In Celeste’s case this has caused severe developmental delays. She does not sit or stand on her own. She is unable to feed herself or even roll over… But she has the most amazing smile and personality of anyone you could ever meet.
Celeste will be 13 on April 25th. When she was little it was easy to move her from one place to another, put her in a carseat and buckle her in safely. This isn’t possible anymore. For starters she’s growing…

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  1. Thank you, Anna 🙂

    • TRULY–my pleasure.
      *anna

  2. I am Celeste Alena’s mom, Jenni, and I would like to thank you for taking the time not only to vote for Celeste but to also re-post on your own blog. If we were to win one of these vans, it would be life changing for our family. Any help in achieving that goal is greatly appreciated. There are no words to explain our gratitude for all of your support. Please remember that you can vote daily and, for the most part, you can use the code “873” each time that you vote and Celeste will receive 5 votes instead of 1. Thank you, again, for all your love and support.

    • Hi Jenni, I have a daughter around Celeste’s age. Anything that can help your family get the van you need I’m happy to oblige. I’ll vote again and again with the 873 code and prompt my followers to join me. I am very new to the blogging community, but it has restored some of my faith in humanity! Being part of a caring community has always been important for me, I just never imagined it could occur in a ‘virtual community’ Sending love and light to your beautiful family.
      *anna


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