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Make Sure Crystal Is Not Alone This Holiday Season

Your contributions to Crystal's journal this year made sure that they never felt alone. Your tax-deductible donation in Crystal's honor will make sure that Caringbridge continues to bring hope and healing to those who need it most.

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Crystal’s Story

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On June 29th, 2009, Crystal, Parker, and Haley Hewitt were in a severe car accident.  Crystal sustained major injuries to her back and almost didn't make it and Parker and Haley didn't survive the car crash.  They are both with our Heavenly Father.
Please continue praying for a full recovery for Crystal. And please pray for Crystal and Craig (along with the family and friends) broken hearts. 

We are so thankful for the love and support shown by so many friends and family.

If you would like to send a note of encouragement and prayer, please feel free to do so through our Caringbridge website.  

Cards can be mailed to: 
3230 Wessinger Road
Chapin, SC 29036

A special fund has been set up by Chapin Baptist Church to help the Hewitt family. If you would like to contribute, please call Chapin Baptist Church at 345-3477. 

In addtion, the funds raised for selling the Parker and Haley t-shirts/bracelets are going towards building an arbor/picnic project at our church (Chapin Baptist).

Thank you for your continued support...please check out the following video in memory of precious Parker and Haley...

Memory Video of Parker and Haley - http://www.craighewittphotography.com/blog/in-memory-of-parker-and-haley-6-29-09/ 

Latest Journal Update

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Hi everyone! My mom had surgery this past week and I would love for you to pray for her to recover quickly! She had a growth removed from her eye and had a biopsy done and it showed that she had skin cancer there. Surgery was last Thursday to remove all skin that had skin cancer. The surgery lasted a long time as they took some, tested in the lab and then took more, until they removed all of it. They had to remove more than they were planning on and had to go into the tear duct, but the surgery went well. She is doing well. She is the strongest woman I know. She has kept her head high as she has had that eye shut since surgery and it has stitches on the whole eye lid. Friday is her follow up at the doctor to remove the stitches and allow her to open her eye. I am nervous about her having this appointment. Can you please pray for God to provide her with the comfort and strength to handle this difficult appointment? I am so thankful of my mom. I am even more thankful that we have a God who loves us and takes care of us. I am so thankful that I can count on Him to watch over my mom and heal her. My mom is so special to me. Thank you for praying for her. I took the kids to see her tonight for the first time just for a minute, and Ellington was so cute. She just kept saying, "Grandma, why do you have only one eye?" Then she was making a cute little face to imitate her..it made us laugh for sure! "Arrrrrrrh" Is what she said when she got to the car, guess she thought that Grandma was being a pirate! They have been so concerned about grandma not feeling good! 

On another note, we had a good Halloween and hope you did too! We took the kids to our church Trunk or Treat and they enjoyed handing out candy to everyone. This was the first Trunk or Treat that we have done since doing it with Parker and Haley. I remember Parker started handing out his own family out of his treat bag. It was so cute! Emerson and Ellington were so entertained with handing out to every child that they didn't even have time or care about walking around to get their own candy! 

Love, 
Mommy Hewitt


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kristi elrod
By kristi
I just got word yesterday that I have basel cell skin cancer on the side of my nose close to my tear duck also. which doctor did your mom's surgery? i'm waiting for my doctor's office to call and schedule the apt but it sounds just like what your mom went through...the part that they send if off to the lab then if they take more they will then send that off to lab. I hope your mom does well w/ her follow up visit. any info you can share w/ me would be great. i'm very nervous - I've never been in an operating room before... thanks.... ez.gourmet@yahoo.com
Christine Oates
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Love your mom too! She's always been like another mom to me too. Have been praying for her & will continue to pray. Love you all!!
Marsha Johnson
By Marsha Johnson
Love your sweet mom. Have been and will keep praying for her. Thanks for the reminder!
jewel smith
By Chattanooga Prayer Warrior
The picture is adorable!!! Millie, we continue to pray and ask The Lord for complete healing! much love!!!
Tiffany Fore
By Tiffany Fore
I love you and love mom. I will continue to be praying. She is SO strong and I am so thankful we have a mom like we do. WOW! What an amazing role model for us... and for the world. I am so thankful for our God, and that He heals, protects, loves, and comforts. So cute that Ellington would mimic what she sees. :) hehe... I am sure mom loved that too. I miss you guys. I'll be pray'n while you're sleep'n... and you do the same... hehe (China)
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Linda Gill
By Linda Gill
I will be praying for your mom. I had similar surgery on the left side of my face. I'll bet she and I have the same surgeon! It is so carefully done, and it is such a blessing that they can check cell-by-cell to determine when all of the cancer cells are removed! What a cute comment by Ellington! Keep us posted about your mom, okay?
Love, Linda
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