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June 25, 2008

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Jessica Harlow

Simply beautiful! It's amazing that things like this can happen and people out there still don't believe in the truth of Jesus and God. What a blatant reminder of how wonderful God is to us.

Jessica

Jessica McAnelly

What a special little boy! I loved this story and his insight at such a young age. Horray for three years!

Tammy

Stephanie Smith, I just love you! I love your honesty and transparent heart. Thanks for keeping it honest and yay for 3 years!!

P.S. we have a little guy in our family that fought cancer at 3 years old. He is not so little anymore and is getting ready to start his senior year of high school!!!

raenette

First, God is so good. People don't think miracles happen anymore then they need to read this!! IT amazes me how strong children are. Children truly are an inheritance of the Lord. How brave and courageous Caleb is b/c he saw God's face. I love this testimony even though it makes me cry!!

Krista

I can appreciate your hesitancy in posting this. I dont' knowt that I'd call it sad, but it definitely pulls on the heartstrings. It makes me want to go home and hug my boys. It reminds me to be thankful for the blessings in our day-to-day lives. So thank you for sharing.

Angie

YAY for 3 years. I love this post!! I'm like you, I like to keep it real- but not too sad. Thank you for sharing, this is such a beautiful story. God is so good!

Michelle

Thank you for sharing such a personal story. You are very brave. I am so happy that Caleb is well. He sounds like an incredible and intuitive kid. You are a lucky mommy.

My Grandpa died from his cancer on Monday. Cancer sucks.

maile

this is so beautiful. Just everything. Tears are streaming down my face. I can't believe what you must have gone through. The valley of the shadow of death. Yay for three years, is right! What an amazing story.
Thank you for sharing this part of yourself.

Stacy

Oh, that brought tears to my eyes. Yay for three years is right!

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