Kelsea needs a Liver

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a letter to friends that kelseas older brother David sent to all his peers.

From: "Freeman, David D SPC MIL USA FORSCOM" <david.d.freeman@us.army.mil>
Date: Sun, Dec 26, 2010 9:27 pm
Subject: liver for kelsea 

Kelsea is my little sister. I don't know how many of you have a little sister but your connection with them is priceless. I'd do anything for her even to this day. I've always had a hard time listening to people growing up, even now. I hear things but I can't understand it half the time. When my mother told me that Kelsea was sick I didn't know what she meant. I figured it was just a cold or something, "so, why is mom crying" I thought to myself. As I grew older I came to realize that she was terminally ill not sick (big difference). I never really saw how ill she was growing up, not until recently. Most days I spend with my friends she is all I think about. I recently deployed to Afghanistan and the only thing that kept me from going stir crazy was the fact that I was going to be home with her soon. I'm sitting here in my barracks room a few days after Christmas wondering why i spent all my money instead of going home. All I can do now is pray and pray to whoever will answer me that I can get home soon to see her. This operation that she is going to have better make her well or I'm going doctor hunting, know what I mean? I have no money to go see my little sister. All I can hope is that Kelsea gets better and when I have a daughter she turns out to be half as awesome as Kelsea is. Please, help my little sister get well. Like my mom says, even $5 would help. Hell even a dollar would, FITTY CENTS EVEN! But in all seriousness anything would help.



No parent should have to bury their child: no mother should their daughter, no father their son.