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Bless Our Hearts and Hope to Fly!

Hi Family and Friends!

My sweet daughter, Catherine (aka Irish Dancer Girl) is happy to announce that she will be participating in Jump Rope for the Heart in honor of her father who passed away on December 27, 2012.  She has created her own webpage to graciously accept donations for the American Heart Association, which happened to be her father's favorite charity.

This wonderful event is helping my girl turn her grieving into blessings.  She is so excited to be helping others as a way to cherish her father's memory.  If you can spare a bit, she would be forever grateful for your kindness.  

Here's a link to her webpage:  

Catherine Smith's Jump Rope for the Heart Event to Honor Her Father, William Smith

Thank you in advance for any support you can give.  We are slowly, but surely moving forward with our happy memories.  We miss him deeply every single day.  It makes my heart so happy to know my daughter finally sees some light during this difficult time.  I am grateful for your kindness to my darling girl.

With Love and Blessings


April Taylor said…
I made a small donation but every little bit counts, right?

I wish I could hug you both.

I am happy Cat has an outlet to channel her grief. I hope you do, too.

Take care and lnow you are thought of often.
The Mrs. said…
Amazing. This is exactly what she should do. I am so proud of her!! What a handsome devil he was!!!!
Mike said…
My wallet is light, and my donation was small, but I know every penny counts.
lori carolina said…
Just checking on ya ...thinking of you all!!xx

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