At times I get discouraged. I wonder how a broke, small-town teacher like me can really make a difference in Grey's cause. But then I remember that I have all of you. Each of you has different abilities and knows different people. And I realize again, that His whole plan is way bigger than I can understand.
He's just a few examples that have happened recently:
My brother has made a website for Grey. He's way talented. The World Wide Web . . . it's huge! I'll link it when he's finished.
I ran into a teacher at the grocery store. We worked together a few years ago. She knows our state representatives. Huge.
My neighbor, a retired doctor, came down this evening to give my boys their Christmas presents. He has really been researching Krabbe's and UNS (universal newborn screening). He got a call while he was here . It was a doctor friend of his returning his call. His friend, the top neurologist from the Mayo clinic. Who do you think that call was about?
It's hard for me to stay discouraged when all of you are working so hard for Grey. Thank you for that. Please don't ever stop.
Below is the PowerPoint my friend put together and played at Grey's memorial. It's incredible. Make sure you first scroll down to my playlist and pause it. The Powerpoint has music of it's own.