John B. Mullins IV
My Dad’s Hero In 2013, my dad had blood work that came back abnormal from a neurologist appointment. We couldn’t believe it when he was, just a few days later, diagnosed with end-stage kidney failure. We were told he could do dialysis, but he would need a kidney transplant.
The Gift of Love and Life On a day in November, my two daughters and I left in different cars to celebrate their grandma’s birthday. We were all at the restaurant except for Whitney. She had told me what to order, but the food soon came and she still wasn’t there. In a moment, all our tomorrows disappeared into today.
Everyday is a Miracle In November 2007, when I was 48, I became very ill with what I thought was the flu. I was sick for what felt like months and just could not get better. It wasn’t until my doctor ran further testing that I was diagnosed with liver failure and my only option of survival was a liver transplant.
The Hero Who Wanted to Help Others Jason and I were married for almost 16 years and together had two beautiful children - a daughter and a son. He was just 38 when our lives would forever be changed.
My Big Sister and My Hero My sister Jaclyn (Jackie) was a force. She was an amazing mom to three young boys, whom she lived her entire life around. She loved to help others and would do anything for anyone. She was my best friend, my other half.
Alegría, risa y amor – una historia de hermanas Alegría, risa, y amor. Estas son las palabras que vienen a la mente cuando pienso de Lousia y Eleanor. Ellas no solo mostraban estas cosas en sus vidas, las sacaban de otros.