In 2008 my husband and I began to live the american dream..... we bought our first home!! We moved our newly started family from the city to the country. We found a nice town to begin raising our two girls, Trinity age 6 and Jacy age 17 months. My husband is a stay at home dad and a wonderful farther. Shortly after the purchase of our home my job was relocated and i found myself searching for new employment along with thousands of other folks. After 9 months I managed to find employment but no were near my previous salary. We adjusted and made ends meet for a time. However the last several months have been the most difficult. Then on dec 2nd i brought my daughter Jacy, now age 6, to the pediatrician. She had been complaining about a headache and her legs hurting her. Her appointment was at 5pm. By 9pm we were at CHaD in Lebanon new hampshire. My little girl has leukemia. It is now only day 18 of her treatment. She still has 2 1/2 years to go. our lives have been forever changed. If times weren't already tough enough.... we are now faced with decrease in wages from myself not working to be by her side and all the added medical expenses that come with having cancer. I fear we will loose the only home Jacy has ever known. There are so many wonderful people out there that have already helped in so many ways. It has helped get us through these last 18 days. We still have 2.5 more yrs to go. Jacy is a very strong little girl who will beat this!!!!! thank you.
- Dennis Grant
- Pauline Roderiques