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Maggie Lee’s Story

On July 12, 2009, while the FBC Shreveport Youth were en route to Passport Youth Camp, the church bus had a tire blowout in Meridian, Ms, and rolled several times. Maggie Lee was thrown from and trapped under the bus.
Maggie Lee was at Batson Children's Hospital in the Pediatric Critical Care Unit for 3 weeks before ultimately dying on August 2, 2009.

Latest Journal Update

Maggie Lee for Good Year Four

I pen (or peck) this entry from my couch on a Friday Night with Ellie burrowed under my left side.

October 29th is so swiftly approaching: our 4th MLfG.

I have had the honor of following the book's wake to some speaking opps which have in turn blossomed into more people passionate about MLfG Day. ( run on. I know)

I was in Belton, Tx last week at The University of Mary Hardin Baylor. Loved it there! Roughly 80% of the 1400 students committed to be a part of MLfG.

This week I spoke for The City of Shreveport Women Inspiring Women Conference where I shared comedy, ML's story and left inspired.

The 16th I will be in Tifton, GA where EVERY ELEMENTARY school in town does a MLfG project. I will be raising $ for The Ronald McDonald House in Macon, GA.

We have begun renovating for Maggie Lee's Closet: a kid's clothes closet in shreveport that serves tge underpriviledged children joyfully and with lots of spunk.

Jack created a hilarious video for Maggie Lee for Good Day:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ul5dStv0Z4&feature=youtu.be />

The best way to keep up w MLfG is on the facebook group.

If you "like" the page you will be added as a member:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/MaggieLeeforGood />

We hope you are doing well and are so hugely blessed by your prayers and support.

Jack was wearing his new mlfg shurt and the cashier at Kohl's said, " I like your shirt! I sure prayed for that sweet Maggie Lee."

I said,"Thank you so much. I'm Maghie Lee's Mom"

God did not answer our prayers, your prayers or the cashier's prayers as we would have liked but we k ow that all of those petitions were not for nothing. So, thank you.



Feel free to watch and re-post to spread the word!