Several years ago my younger brother Kyle was the victim of a serious car accident. Before the accident he was a hard working, healthy, single Dad trying to do
all that he could to give his three little girls the best life he could possibly give. Matter of fact he spent every penny he had to fight for custody of 2 of his daughters, it took a lot of time, money and hard work but he did eventually gain full custody.
I never saw him happier, than when he had his sweet girls by his side. He is a devoted dad and his 3 girls are his whole world. He was proud to be the sole provider and caregiver. He worked hard and created a warm and loving home for he and his girls.
Unforunately after the accident his life was forever changed. He could no longer work the long labor filled hours of his chosen profession, Construction. He was riddled with pain night & day. Doctors had no answers.... still don't. He spent $30,000 of his own money to try to find relief for his constant pain..... but to no avail.
They did,however,discover a year after the accident, evidence of a broken neck.
Eventually he lost everything he worked so hard in his life to obtain, including his 3 daughters. We as his family members did all that we could to help, I even took him into our home in UTAH for 2 years to help him recover. But being away from his girls was to much for him to bare. So about a year ago he moved back to Colorado to be closer to the 3 reasons for his life, Kylie, Marleigh & Quinn.
He knew this path, on his own, wouldn't be easy, but he did it anyway. He wanted to eventually regain all that was lost to him. So over the last year he has struggled to work through the pain and make enough to rent a room. But in his heart desired to regain a home of his own where his children were welcome anytime.
I am happy to report that at the begining of this month he finally acheived his long awaited goal of having his own place. He was also overjoyed to hear that his oldest daughter would be moving in with him full time...... But his happiness was short lived,
He recently received medical treatment for Kidney stones in the ER several times in the last month and has a Kidney stone the size of a golf ball that needs surgery. The recovery for this surgery is 2-3 weeks and that means he cannot work during this time. Which puts EVERTHING he just built in jeopardy. This circumstance will infact leave him & his daughter homeless once again if we can't find it in our hearts to help.
As his big Sister I plead with you to help him raise the money needed to recover from this surgery. He has worked so exteremely hard, I can't bare to see him loose it all again, which he will undoubtedly without your help. He doesn't want a hand out but rather, a hand up. The Savior of the world once said "Verily I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these my brotheren, ye have done it unto me." Matt. 25:40.
Surely Kyle is among the least of these in his dire circumstance. And it is my sincere hope to help him find a way to keep all that he has worked so hard to obtain. If circumstances allow........ PLEASE help. Thank you for your donations, I KNOW it is VERY much appreciated!!
- Lance, Liz & Dave Adamson
- Jana Howard
- Jalyssa Adamson
- Don & JOY Snyder
- David Lipold
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