The Family God Built
Night, night Kenny! Get LOTS of rest.....I always tell James that when he's sick or hurt, that his best healing comes when he's sleeping!! We love you!!Lenore, Dusty and James
Bless his heart! I just want to hug him! Try and sleep Cindy... Prayers coming your way.
Good night from Virginia. Glad this surgery is done. May you both have some rest tonight.There is so much negative news all the time, it was wonderful to ready you tribute to the Shriners and the loving work they do. Peggy
Hope you're both fast asleep. Prayers coming your way for a good night!!!Mr Steve and Ms Jane
Hope you have a great sleep! You are a brave and inspiring young man, Kenny! What a memorable experience for all the LaJoys! I will DEFINETLY be going to the Shriners Circus the next time it is here!!! You deserved all the caring and love you are getting. Just a guess but I bet Team LaJoy is touching a few lives there as well! Love to you all! Miss Joan
So glad the surgery went well. I enjoy following your blog so much. I'm so grateful you are so honest, you will never know how much it helps other APs! I wanted to email you but couldn't see how to do it through your blog.Katherinemom2okayo(at)yahoo.comwww.travelintexans.blogspot.com
Kenny, you're awe inspiring! As are all the LaJoys.Rest, heal, laugh, love.I'll be with you in prayer and love.Lael
Kenny, you my love, are definately one of a kind. You make me so very proud. What an awesome little boy you are, and how brave you are. You are my hero!God was smiling down on us the day He allowed you to be a part of our family, as He was with all of your brothers and sisters. How fortunate we are to have all of you to nuture and love.But you Kenny, are so special because with all of your struggles, you continue to go through life with a smile on your face and joy in your heart. This is truely a blessing for all of us to see and experience.Still praying for you for a speedy recovery. Get lots of rest and know that you are loved.Love and Blessings...Gramma Alice~
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