I was visiting my daughter and son-in-law, Ken and Michelle Fullington, in Portland, Oregon on Wed., 6-17, when you visited them with extra nursing care – allowing them a long-overdue “date”. But it didn’t stop there. After Natalie arrived, a limo arrived to whisk them off to their dinner. But it didn’t stop there. Three very nice and caring people arrived to unload about 10 sacks of groceries. And then there was the wood box with the “Veggie Tales” and Kira’s name on it. You just don’t stop!

I know this will probably not be the end of it, but I have to tell you, I was absolutely blown away. The care and giving you give to families stressed by unique situations in their lives makes them feel loved and special. This also makes them better, loving, caring parents to their special children, not that Ken and Michelle were not already caring and loving, but to have this acknowledged by non-family members was a joy to see. Michelle was thinking that it was too bad this was to happen while I was visiting, but we went shopping for something to wear that night and to a salon for a needed haircut and what better way to spend time with your daughter. I felt extremely blessed to be a part of this and to see the work you do.I know God is blessing you and your families and may you be able to continue such incredible events for families with very special children with very special needs.

Judy R.