April has a beautiful daughter who is the same age, 8 and in the same grade as my Shelby. Kelsy is one of the sweetest kids I know and is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside! I remembered getting a text asking us to pray for Kelsy's pony, Jack. Of course I stopped what I was doing and did just that because that's what a true prayer warrior does. I know that there are many folks that I can count on when I need prayers, so I always try to return the favor when I am asked. The outlook was grim for poor Jack and I know that this was a tough time for the Odom family as Jack was an integral part of their family. I don't want to take anything away from this story, so for all of you folks who don't live in Searcy, I have included the story here. If you haven't picked up this month's issue of Searcy Living I would encourage you to do so. I am so proud of our "hometown magazine" and really grateful that they share stories such as this in their magazine. It is such an inspiration to me each month to read the motivating stories, see the "out and about" photos, and I especially LOVE the make overs.
Thank you, April for being a
The story begins on Page 38.
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