I do believe that our fundraiser was a success.  I can't believe the amount of love and support we received from people in the community who took 4 hours out of their lives, to spend time with us and help us get to New York!  We are in awe of your selflessness.

GOOD NEWS TOO--Haylie's pre-surgical labs came back today and all her endocrine levels were wonderful, so if those stay great, her surgery should be able to go ahead without any glitches.

You've already done so much, but I'd like to ask everyone to continue to pray for Haylie's good health.  She and Kate are the light of our lives and my world is so much brighter since God gave them to us.

The next week is going to be more nutty for me than the last month, since we are leaving a week from tomorrow.  I will try to write once more before we leave, but please know that my sister, Rachel will be filling in as my guest blogger while we are in NY and she will update everyone on Haylie's progress.


I know I've said it a million times, but I really can't say it enough--THANK YOU!


I'm very nervous about everything going well tomorrow.  I've had nightmares that there are 20 people who show up and they are all related to us!!   I'm sure, no matter how many people show up, it will be fun and help get us to New York City for Haylie.

Haylie thinks that HAYLIOKE is her birthday party and her sister is perpetuating her thought on that! 

Being that we've never done a fundraiser before, I'm worrying about all the details and ways to help make our 3 hours as productive and smooth as possible.  If anyone has any suggestions, we'd sure love to hear them!

If one or 1,000 people show up tomorrow, we have been so richly blessed by all of the people who've taken time out of their days to say a prayer for us, or to donate time, money or raffle/silent auction items. 

I've enjoyed stopping by and talking to all those we've come across about CAH and Haylie.  Your interest gives me hope that perhaps when all is said and done, you'll still care about Haylie and CAH and maybe even support research for CAH in the future. 

You have a friend with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia now! 

You have a connection to CAH that you may not have had before, and I hope that compels you keep up with Haylie, as this website will remain up until CAH is cured! 

Please keep checking back during our time in NYC.  My first priority is Haylie, but if I find access to a computer, I'll try to update you from NYC, otherwise, my sister will be sending updates for everyone who may want to know what is going on.

THANK YOU ALL!  We wish you love and blessings always, Angela