Friday, January 9, 2015

A Breath of Fresh Hope Through So Many Answered Prayers

A Brylee update and a big breath of fresh hope and encouragement through so many answered prayers.  Please continue to pray for beautiful Brylee:

"Finally!! A bit of sunshine to report in the midst of our gloom! Brylee has been fever free now for almost 24 hours! She even felt well enough today to attend school (in the hospital), play legos and eat a little bit. She still is struggling with a headache off and on, but it is much less intense than it has been in days! It has been a long week for everyone, to say the least, but her blood counts are starting to recover now and hopefully that means her immune system will begin to get stronger. We are not sure what the next few days will bring, but we are hopeful in this positive turn. Rob and Monica are so thankful for everyone's love, prayers, and support. We know she is in God's hands and every prayer that lets him know how much she is loved here helps! So, keep praying!! With his healing hands, your faithful prayers, and her parents strength and comfort, we believe that Brylee can and WILL be healed!"

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Brylee Update and How YOU Can Help!

As Brylee fights through another day with a fever we are asking for continued prayers for healing. All of her cultures today have still come back negative, which is a good sign, and the doctors think that her body is battling a cold, but she is still very lethargic, feverish, and not eating well. Many of you are asking what you can do to help, and how you can donate to this family, so we have started the YouCaring fundraiser back up to support Rob and Monica as the medical expenses begin to soar.  You can donate to Brylee's family by clicking this link: (  Their number one focus is on their daughter and her battle. So we are asking that if you would like to help this family, please consider doing so financially. She has a little longer here in Boise, then when she is ready for her Bone Marrow Transplant, she will have 100+days in Portland. If we can help take some of the financial strain from them, what a blessing that would be. Most importantly, please continue to pray for Brylee and her family for this road is long and the burden is heavy.