Thank You



I knew something was in the works a few weeks ago, but to be quite honest I was still surprised when it happened. For those of you who don't know, all my daughter wanted for Christmas was a horse. Not a live one! Thank God! But a particular one named Butterscotch. It is a virtual horse that responds to you. When I first saw it I was amazed, then I saw the price and I passed out. I immediately told her that this wasn't going to happen. Each night though she would pray and ask God for that horse. My response was, "Well God is the only one I know of who could do this." By the way, crow doesn't taste good. Well someone heard her prayer and was willing to make a personal sacrifice to see this dream become a reality. I really think this is the stuff that touches God. With the offer came others who were willing to do the same. Last night I watched as my daughter get on Butterscotch and ride it for the first time. You have no idea what this means to Betty and me. God Bless you all!!

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