Jayson brought it to my attention today, that I don’t know Kelli and I don’t care. I thought about his words and thought about my daughter and her cancer diagnosis; several people reached out to us in our time of need, people we didn’t know were posting benefit posters, sending cards and letters of encouragement. I reached out to Jayson in friendship, just as I did with Tom Kilcullen. I invited Jayson to take part in events for Kelli and to help keep her name and face in the public he did attend some vigils but that was the extent of his help. I don’t know what happened to Kellisue, I don’t know if we will ever know what happened to her. I do know she has siblings who would like to know where she is. Tom refuses to give up for his sister. I promised him, I would help. I have been part since the beginning and I do care. Jayson I wish you luck in your own search for your wife; everyone should be united for the sake of Kelli, there are power in numbers.
Words To Live By
It’s not how much you accomplish in life
that really counts,
but how much you give to other.
It’s not how high you build your dreams
that makes a difference,
but how high your faith can climb.
It’s not how many goals you reach,
but how many lives you touch.
It’s not who you know that matters,
but who you are inside.
Believe in the impossible,
hold tight to the incredible,
and live each day to its fullest potential.
You can make a difference
in your world.
~ Rebecca Barlow Jordan ~