Dale and I want to say thank you to everyone that has donated to our fund. We are so blessed to have so many kind wonderful people in our lives. Please keep us in your prayers. God is a big God and will do amazing things...wait and see. Please continue to "share" our link not just "like" it. We need the word to get out there! Thank you for all the kind words, love, prayers and donations!We are The Hills, Dale and Brycea Hill. We've been together nearly 4 years now and haven't been apart a day since. We blended our families together with three wonderful kids. Kenny-19, Ashton-14 and, Aidan-9. They are our everything! Kenny is a helpful, hard working young man. Ashton is a very determined and athletic teenager. Aidan, a kind, heart felt young boy. On August 2, 2014 we got married. It was truly the best day of our lives!!! But something came into light that day, that would change our lives forever! That afternoon before the wedding, dale was spotting Ashton doing a backflip. As Ashton went over his weight landed on Dale's arm breaking his collarbone. The fracture was so small they had a hard time seeing it, but the pain was there. When we got back from our honeymoon his ribs and his back started hurting worse than the broken collarbone. So back to the doctor we went. After many tests and much blood work we have learned that Dale has a disease called Mutiple Myeloma, a fancy word for Bone Cancer.
SOME OBSERVATIONS FROM THE PRETTY LIE.
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A few weeks ago, Greg Marshall's 27 year old son passed away unexpectedly in his sleep. A Go Fund me account was set up and they raised $2,590 of 10k in 28 days. http://www.gofundme.com/hpg24g
Dale has cancer and his need is immediate. His account has raised $700 of 12k in 11 days. http://www.gofundme.com/ipu030
Meanwhile, there is a young lady in Ferguson who had her bakery burned down during the riots last month. Her Go Fund me account has raised $269,722 of 20k in 26 days.
I can't understand why people can rush to send cash to some stranger that they saw on TV when there are people in need and suffering right in our own communities.
Sending money to someone (who was probably insured) may make people feel better about themselves, but I think there are many more people who are in need of food, clothing and shelter, etc. now who can be assisted directly.
It is rewarding when you can see the results of your efforts.Every time there is a natural disaster, Americans send their hard earned money to help the victims. In reality, many times this money goes to administration and very little aid reaches those who are suffering.
I know money is tight at Christmas, but I hope that in the new year our readers will remember the Hill and Marshall families. Thanks and have a wonderful holiday season. God Bless!