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Especially if you are able to help by doing your own fundraiser, we'd love to hear all about it!

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24 Comments

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3:25 AM on February 9, 2018 
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Reply Papa
12:15 PM on June 13, 2014 

Well done girls. This has been a fantastic success!

We're very proud of you!

Lol Papaxxx

Reply Brian L Watts
4:33 PM on May 12, 2014 

Thanks for your e-mail - and we're so proud of all you;ve been doing! Lots of love - Mama & Papaxxx

Reply Brian L Watts
8:19 PM on May 4, 2014 

Great pictures that give us a good idea of where your fundraising efforts are going. Keep up the ghood work!

Lol Papaxxx

Reply amisadai and Louisa
9:37 AM on April 16, 2014 

Thank you Sorren and Elora! We really love your poems! Let us know how your tippy tap and sodis goes! Love Amisadai and Louisa

Reply Amisadai Monger
9:36 AM on April 16, 2014 

Thanks Mama and Papa! We love you :)

Reply Mama & Papa
7:09 PM on April 15, 2014 

Hi girls

We are sending you $50 to sponsor your shake and walk. It will get to you via EI Canada. We hope you legs don't turn to jelly when you shake all the bottles so you won't be able to walk!

Q. How do you make a Sodi shake?

A. Jump out and say 'Boo' to the Sodi

See if that works on Thursday!

Lots of love

M&Pxxx

Reply Auntie Laurena
10:05 PM on April 4, 2014 

I watched you working on those poems while we were there, and now they are impressively on your web  page.  The team misses you both.  We are praying for you.  Love Auntie Laurena

Reply Sorren Hall
12:53 PM on April 1, 2014 

Hi Amisadai and Louisa


Here an Acrostic Poem I wrote about water.

W-ater is fun to play with

A-ll people need it

T-oday ,tomorrow and forever

E-very day I drink a tall glass

R-un splash splish.


I hope you like my poem.  We will try sodis and a tippy tap.  I have joined a diving club so I real like to jump in to water.

From Sorren Hall