I am having a problem with Blogger.
For some reason, there is no "Template" or "Lay Out" tab for me to select to make changes to things in the sidebar of this blog. I have the same problem with my personal blog. I haven't been able to figure out what's wrong.
If anyone has any advice/tips. Let me know!
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Some people have asked if the Pay Pal button on this site still works.
It sure does! (I just tested it out!)
To make a donation through PayPal, you need to have a PayPal account. It's super fast and easy to sign up. (But, just so you know, they do get a percentage of the money donated. About $.33 for every $1)
If you are not interested in signing up for PayPal but you would like to make a monetary donation, you can do that at any Wells Fargo location. Just tell the teller that you'd like to make a donation to the "Murray Barrett Liver Donation Fund". They will look up the account. There's more info. on that in the right side bar->->->
If going into Wells Fargo doesn't sound fun, then you can always mail a donation to:
626 N. 99th St.
Mesa, AZ 85207
You all are awesome! "Thanks" to everyone who is helping to spread the word! :)
** Dennis Pollack! I don't know who are but THANK YOU for your recent donation through PayPal! :) You and everyone else like you are how the Lord blesses us with hope**
Saturday, April 12, 2014
We are having a yard sale next Saturday (April 19th) at my parents house!
626 N. 99th St
Mesa, AZ 85207
If you have ANY thing you'd like to *donate please bring it to their house on Friday, or Saturday morning at the latest.
If you are in the area, be sure to stop by the yard sale next Saturday morning!
*all items that are not sold at the yard sale will be going to the thrift store
~And by the way. I just was looking at the title of this blog. Have we really been "doing this" since Aug. 2011? We are going on 3 years! The miracle is that my dad is still here! Through the grace of God we were able to get him health insurance. He has received excellent medical care at Mayo Clinic. I know that some days he doesn't know if being alive still is a blessing our not. Not feeling good EVER for days and weeks and months and years has got to be so hard. BUT, we still have hope that he will get a transplant...and we are still moving forward! Thank you everyone for every big and little thing you've done these past 2 1/2 years to help lighten my parents burden.