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Hi Everyone,

You know, there are not a whole lot of people in this world that can say they have the kind of family and friends that Kelsey and I have. Last weekend, Kelsey and I were blessed by so many people as they got their cars washed and ate a hot dog in order to support Kelsey, Mason and me. Your donations are going to help us out so much as we begin to tackle the financial hardships of what Mason has endured. Obviously, Kelsey and I do not choice but to be strong, work together and have faith that everything is going to turn out well. However, days like last Saturday make this journey a bit easier. It was so great to be able to bring our son with us and let everybody meet him. Other than a slight sun burn on the bridge of his nose, we think he came out well on what was a pretty busy day for him. Again, thank you to EVERYONE for coming out and supporting Mason, your generosity was overwhelming.

We would publicly like to thank Alex and Christina Carbajal, the Arlington Fire Department, the North County Fire Department, Arlington Haggens, Stanwood Haggens and our Church, Christian Family Center. It is amazing how putting a few things together can have such an big impact on one family's life. We know there were so many other people working behind the scenes that we probably didn't even know about, so to all of you we say thanks as well.

We will be putting another update together for you all this week. Mason is doing well at home and has another doctor appointment today here in Stanwood.

Thank you and God Bless!

Greg, Kelsey & Mason


Rob and Beth said…
Greg and Kelsey,
Thank you for taking the time to keep us all updated. We know this is just one more thing to add to you already full plate, but it's so nice to know how you are all doing. Thanks too for sharing Mason with us on that day --- know it had to be a little stressful.
You continue to be in our thoughts and prayers each and every day.
Wishing you love, patience and strength ---
Beth and Rob

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