Monday, October 22, 2012


In light of the heartbreaking news the Allen family received last week, I wanted to remind you all that the link to donate to Bradley’s Miracle Fund is still active and the bank is still taking donations. With the holiday season fast approaching, the additional expenses of an in-home nurse so Bradley can be at home with his parents and siblings, the additional medication to keep Bradley out of pain, and all the other expenses that have been piling up the last two years, I am sure money is tight. I think it would be an amazing thing if Chris and Angie were able to take as much time off work as posible in the next months to spend as much time with Bradley and the family as they can, but that can most likely only happen with some help from us. I know how much they appreciate all the love and support they have received over the last two years and your prayers are a treasured gift.

Thank you for caring so much about Bradley and the Allen family. They are truly wonderful people and I am blessed to call them my friends. The address and link for donations is on the right hand side of this page.  Please remember them during this upcoming time of giving.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Prayers needed

The Allen family received the worst possible news today.  Bradley's tumor has returned and grown to a massive size.  Bradley had not been feeling well the last few days and he went to the hospital for an MRI a couple of days ago.  Today they did a full brain and spine scan and received this devastating news.  At this time, there is nothing more that can be done.  The doctor's believe that with the help of steriods and pain medication that they will be able to keep Bradley in as little pain as possible, however, they do not expect him to make it more than two months.

Please keep the entire Allen family in your thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks and months. May God grant them the amazing amount of courage and strength they will be needing.  Your prayers will help lift them up.  Thank you for your continued support...I know the Allen family appreciates it more than words can say.