Hi prim girls,
One of the best things that I found in this "blogging world" is see every day amazing people helping others in different ways and how quickly we can move to help others. Most of them people are strangers to us. Today , I am requesting help for my friend Sandy from Missouri Dry Goods. Her Brother in Law had a critical accident and she is requesting help to make a fund raiser for him. I contacted her before posting this message . Hope this post can help their family. Below the message that she send to a group of primitive artisans last night.
"I am sure some of you have heard about my Brother In Law's terrible accident. If you haven't here is a quick run down. He was ejected 50 feet from the vehicle and was found non responsive at the scene. He ended up with 2 broken vertebra in his neck (VERY LUCKY THERE) multiple fractures in his lower back, multiple fractures and breaks in his ribs, broken left arm (which he is left handed) and a ruptured spleen (which they removed). So we are facing a very long recovery. He is improving and he has full movement of his arms and legs, but they are keeping him sedated so he rests! The reason I am sending this out, and PLEASE by all means PLEASE DO NOT FEEL PRESSURED. I am only asking if you want to, we are looking for donations for a silent auction and are selling raffle tickets to raise money to help with bills. So if you might be interested, please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org or my cell phone 636-358-3478. Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 with $500 being the 1st place prize and $250 for the 2nd place prize. So even if you might think you could even sell some raffle tickets I will get them to you.
Anyway, Thanks all and Hope you are having a Wonderful Summer. Sandy "
Thanks again for your help in this matter. If you want to see more information, see Sandy's picture trail http://www.picturetrail.com/missouri_dry_goods. Please, keep their family in your prayers. Blogging world is amazing. Please, if you can, share this post with your followers and help Sandy with this request.
Thanks for all, Evelyn.
Bye, bye and see you soon.....