My sweet Klein is fighting valiantly today. His parents making decisions no parent should have to. Still, they hold tight to hope and faith. Why? Because they know of no other way.
This afternoon I was torn between paying attention to the seemingly mundane and the insignificant and ignoring that which seemed trivial in nature. And then, in one moment, I thought of Klein. I thought about his love of technology. His love of his many game systems and his guitar hero and his electric guitar and his laptop and his iPad. That child loves, loves, loves the gadgets and he loves his iPad. So there it was. My answer. Post about the giveaway. The new Mission. Mission 2. Klein would think it was the coolest thing that we were giving away not one, but two iPads for children with special needs. Klein happens to also have a little baby cousin, Fatima, that has Down syndrome. Oh how he would think it was the neatest thing ever, that children like Fatima, could get their precious and deserving hands on this piece of technology.
Klein, Christmas 2010
So I will post about it. Slightly reluctantly, if you must know. But life goes on. Even if we think it should not.
Head over to Mission iPossible and hear about this latest giveaway. And it is just that. A giveaway. No funds needed to be raised. No strings attached. Only a few guidelines. 2 iPads that our family was blessed and lucky enough to be given. We thought that they should be passed on and what better time than at this Holiday season to do that. You will find all the details over at Mission iPossible. All the particulars. Things will happen quickly, so if you are so inclined , enter and spread the word.
In the mean time, if you pray. Pray. Send them Klein's way. Send them to his parents. For peace and wisdom and strength for the journey.