Friday, May 28, 2010

Juliana's Story

Well, as some of you know, we've been working on a little project for quite some time. It's called "Juliana's Story". We started working on this video to basically, tell people about Juliana's story, about Girl Power 2 Cure and most of all motivate people to join our fight. Please help us by sharing this video with all of your friends and family. A special thanks to OUR incredible friends and family - you truly are the Dream Team that will make this dream come true! So without further ado, we would like to present . . . . . . Juliana's Story.

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7 comments:

  1. Roger and Kristy (and the entire Dream Team) this video is amazing. THANK YOU all for inspiring others and thank you for fighting the fight for all of our GIRLS. We are going to find our cure - thank you for the role you are taking in making it happen. This video is BEAUTIFUL!!! Hugs to you and Juliana - thank you for allowing me to love your little girl!

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  2. My name is Suzy, Brooklyn's Grammy and Kelly's mom......This video is awesome! You are so right...we must get the awareness out there. Our girls have so much to say! Thank you so much for doing this. Let's pray this inspires many and our prayers will come true! Juliana is a little doll...wouldn't it be great to get all the girls and families together? Thanks so much again, give your little angel a hug from Brooklyn's Grammy!

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  3. WOW...this video really tells Juliana's story well. LOVE the pictures and the slide show is beautiful! Exceeded my expectations. Praying for a cure!

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  4. Absolutely beautiful video about rett syndrome and your sweet Julianna! I want to post onto my blog, just let me know how to post the video! Your message is wonderful and your story sounds much like our journey. We WILL find a cure! We WILL be the first neurological disorder to be cured! Much love!

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  5. You guys are amazing and an inspiration to all. Juliana is a lucky girl.

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  6. This video is wonderful. Juliana is lucky to have loving, supportive parents like you. Thanks for raising people's awareness about Rett's Syndrome.

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  7. What an amazing tribute to Juliana. A sweet and beautiful little girl that someday with the help of her great parents like she has there will be a cure. She is my hero. God I know is watching down and someday she will be ok.

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