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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

Our family would like to wish you and your family a very
safe and very Merry Christmas.  A lot of
things have passed our way since last Christmas.  Many of our cat and dog friends have crossed
Rainbow Bridge.

It is no longer politically correct to say Merry Christmas
or Christmas Tree.  The schools now have
Winter Holidays and Holiday Trees.  It is
just one more attack on Christianity.

In our effort to hold our ground on Christmas, we are making
a point to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. 
Not Happy Holidays, not Seasons Greetings, but Merry Christmas, for
goodness sakes.

Take time this Christmas to reconnect with friends and
family.  Pick up the phone, Skype, or
jump in the car and go visit them. 

Thanks for being a part of our blog family and
MERRY CHRISTMAS!



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Sunday, December 18, 2016

A Fund Update

A big thank you goes out to all those people who have contributed to Suzanne’s Eye Surgery GoFundMe fundraiser.   You are great!  We still have a long way to go. 

Thank you especially to all you Marines who have donated.  

Folks, these wonderful Marines, who don’t make enough as it is, have dug deep into their pockets and have been responsible for many of the donations, including some of the largest ones.  Like usual, the Marines are kicking butt and taking names.

Then, we have college students.  These wonderful young adults, some of whom have to sell their blood and plasma just to eat, have given much to this fund.  These people, who live off of ramen noodles, beans, and rice, have given generously.



Thank you to everyone else as well.  We have come pretty far.   We have reached 9.6% of our goal in the first week.  Please don’t let this campaign stall out.


Please help us promote this. If you have a blog, Twitter, YouTube, or any kind of social media, please promote it all you can on these outlets.  If you don’t, you can still help. Send email to your entire contact list.  Tell everyone you know.

Time is of the essence.  The sooner Suzanne has this surgery, the better the results will be.  Without the surgery, this Christmas may be the last Christmas Suzanne gets to see the Christmas lights. 

Someone wrote and asked us if they could give via PayPal.  The answer is yes.  If you wish to donate via PayPal, send it as a gift to celticmama36@gmail.com.

Thank you for your support.   Please keep us in your prayers.  By the way, if you know of a program out there that will pay for the surgery, please let us know.
Regards in Christ,
David E. McClendon

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Thanks

Things are going well.  Please continue to spread the word. Many of you have responded with prayers and there have been some sizeable donations.  Thank you for all that each of you is doing to help in this situation.

If you have not already done so, if you would please, share this message on all of your social media.

To recap, Suzanne is 51 years old and cannot work outside of the home because she has to stay home to take care of me since I am legally blind and have had three strokes.  I am a brittle diabetic.

Suzanne also has COPD, arthritis, and some complications from a previous surgery that we are prohibited by court order to discuss. 

She is our only driver.  She went for an eye exam and was told she has cataracts in both eyes and needs surgery. We have no insurance for her and have tried everything we know to find insurance. 

Insurance through the Affordable Care Act would cost us $3,000+ with an annual co-pay of $6,000.  She does not qualify for Medicaid or Indigent Care. We have called 211 Texas and they have nothing to offer her.  In short, we are going to have to pay out of pocket for this and any related expenses.

We have set up a GoFundMe account to try to raise money towards these expenses. We really do not know how much we will need to fund this.  The figures given us came from a “Best Guess” given by the medical providers along the way. 

Each month, we receive $1,221 from social security disability (SSDI).  We will get a raise to $1,225 per month starting January 2017.  Each month, we get $99 in food stamps (SNAP). We will get a decrease starting 15 December 2016 because of the increase to the SSDI.

We need your prayers first and foremost.  If you know of any programs out there that could help, please let us know.

If you can contribute, anything at all, please do so with our gratitude and thanks.

Regards in Christ,
David E. McClendon, Sr.


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Always consult a professional before you act on any of the information you find in this course.  


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