We want to let people know gina is a rockstar!!!!!!! Trust me we know!
I sit here in Southern California, in comfort, with abundance all around,
reading my e-mails when my mom sends me a link to this story. I grew up in
Seattle but would visit relatives in Utah every summer. Jeremy and I became
close. He has always been the type of person to work hard, help others and make
things happen. This may be an extraordinary story but anyone who knows Jeremy
would not be suprised. He has been and continues to be an inspiration and
example to me and I assume anyone who comes into contact with him. I can't stop
thinking about all that I have been blessed with and the scripture "where much
is given, much is required." Jeremy has obviously met that requirement head on
and if he can do it so can we.
This was truley an inspiring story! I am so happy that all worked out and that
the orphanage is getting the help it needs. I am very proud to say we are
I AM SO HAPPY for you guys. . . What an amazing story. Please let me know if I
can help out in ANY WAY!!!
Congratulations you guys. This is/was an amazing story and best wishes to you
all in the future!
Hollie I saw your story on the news tonight and was so excited for you and your
family. Congratulations on getting your daughter here safely and to your
husband for being able to help so many other children get the care that they
needed. What an awesome experience that will bless your family and many others
forever. It is great to see that you are happy and doing so well.Take
I just can't beleive the miracles happening. What a horrible time but then look
at all the beautiful stories, hearts touched and so much good done. I just love
how people are turning to God so much. So many people are praying all around
the world and in Haiti. Prayers are being answered.
It just shows what one person/family can do when they want put their mind to it.
Thanks for this wonderful heart-warming story.
I am soooo glad I found this article in the DN. I read about this family first
on the "other" newspaper and heck, the article was just ready for bitter people
to post the most bigot comments you may ever read. I was feeling sad but then I
found this! how uplifiting! thanks DN and God bless all these good people!
He did the right thing! To Ditto: i can easily find fault with what the
Mormons do and how they do it. But today is not the day for that. This family
has done the right thing, the same kind of thing that Christians do all the time
all over the world.
Cute kids. Great story.
good story.But don't forget the tragedy that sets this apart.
I've read several stories about these orphans and their great rescuers and
benefactors. The beautiful part is beautiful, but I keep thinking
about the ones who are so sad because they didn't get to come.I hope
all you who have connections with this can keep it going, and over the weeks
ahead get them all out and safely to new homes.Awesome story.
I was so touched by the persistence and courage to fulfill this family's dream.
Thank you for this uplifting article. So much good will come of this as the
WORLD watches these stories unfold. How can anyone find fault in what the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or its membership stand for? You
can't!There is a lot of good, time and resources given by others to
bless the lives of the Haitian people. Thank you ALL for giving of yourselves.
You are my heroes. "We are all brothers, no one goes his way
alone. All that we send into the lives of others, comes back into our own." A
Beautiful story. We are all very blessed.