I feel moved to ask all my blogging friends from around the world to pray for this baby girl and her family as they are making a very hard journey.
That being said, she never gave anything up for free, you had to earn it. Dancing in half time shows at the football games and pep rally's had to be earned. Honestly, I always thought I'd be the only senior girl to graduate and never get to dance at a pep rally. But I had to work for that if I wanted it.
And you know what? I will never forget the week I finally heard my name called to dance at the pep rally that week. The whole team cheered me on, and out of the corner of my eye, I saw Susie, smile a knowing smile....she knew I had worked hard and had done it on my own. What a life lesson she taught me back long ago. One I have never forgot.
It feel like there should be more I could do than ask for prayer for this little baby, but I know so many of you will lift Baby Reagan up in prayer. I know you will agree and ask for God to touch this family and help them during this battle of cancer. I guess no matter how old I get, I will never understand a child fighting this horrible disease, much less, a newborn baby. It just boggles my mind.
If you'd like to follow Princess Reagan's story, click HERE to be taken to her blog. I know my beloved friend Susie, will appreciate you praying for her granddaughter Reagan and Reagan's parents, Jenny and Blake during this very emotional time in their young lives. Prayer is a powerful thing, and If that is all I know to do, I can do that.
Thank you all in advance, because I know how bloggers are, and know the outpouring of love you give to those who need it. Please pray.
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