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Location: Athens, Ga, United States

Our son Ryan was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma in 2004. In 2007, my wife Missy was diagnosed with stage 2 triple negative breast cancer. On July 8th, 2009, Missy lost her battle to this horrible disease. 2 days later, on July 10th, Ryan also lost his. Together forever, they both watch over our family now from the heavens above. Below is our families journey through Ryan's treatments, along with the joy and laughter we tried to instill into our daily lives. Those days helped us all cope with the pain and suffering that comes with cancer and it's deadly treatments. Both Missy and Ryan endured high doses of chemo, radiation and surgeries. Over 150 nights spent in the hospital and many, many more days. More transfusions than I could count. Yet both Missy and Ryan took on each day with a positive attitude and warm smile for all their friends. We miss them terribly. They will always be a shining light in our lives.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008


Identities revealed !


'Twas a month before Christmas and all through the land
Santa's elves were all busy - faced with a very big plan!
A family needed us - that much was sure
We got word of the Morgan's from our great friends at CURE.
The emails were flying, the internet was quick
The cell phones were ringing, helping everything click.
Less than 48 hours to coordinate the fun
No-one was to busy... no, not even one.
Shopping and planning and thinking things through
There really, really seemed like a lot left to do.
Gently a prodding, a nudge if you will
"Give the project to Me and the needs I will fill".
Dear Father, we prayed, Christmas is all about You
Help us keep that in mind - so important - we knew.
While there at the house there arose such a clatter
Grandma and Grandpa came by to see what was the matter!
It all came together, each piece like a puzzle.
We even had pizza and lemonade to guzzle!
The trees were complete, every wreath with a bow.
We turned to each other - this is really great you know!
Thank You dear Jesus for a family to serve
A Savior to celebrate - much more than we deserve.
Lord bless the sweet Morgan's, protect them we pray.
Watch over them Lord, every night, every day.
May the boxes and bows bring a smile to each face.
Merry Christmas to all - Missy, Les, Ryan, Heidi and Will in this case!
by, Robin Pitts

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