Prayer Request

Hi Everyone,

When you come to my site and read my blogs, you are expecting to read posts about love and faith, but today it will be a bit different.

A few weeks ago my family got some heart breaking and life altering news. One of our loved one’s needs a liver transplant. 

I know 2020 has been strange and bleak for us all, however, I know that when my family is struggling or hurting my problems go out the window and my main focus is getting them well. So here I am, trying my best to help her get well. 

We all know that I have an immeasurable amount of faith in God but I also know that God works and moves through others and that’s why I came to you today, to ask for your help. 

Erica Morales is a 31 year old daughter, sister, a cousin, teacher and friend, and two weeks ago she was told that she would need a full liver transplant. 

Here are some words from Erica:

Hello everyone, my name is Erica Morales. 

I am usually a very private person but it’s time for me to reach out. I found out a few weeks ago that I am going through liver failure. I have been in the hospital over 2 weeks now and still am. I’m not sure when I will be out or if I am getting a liver transplant, so I decided to start asking for help by raising money. All donations welcome and please, feel free to share this post. Again I know this is a hard time for everyone and appreciate all your support.

As always, you know that sole purpose of this blog is  to spread love and express love. What better way to help spread and express love that then to help this woman live the life she deserves. Yes, life is full of ups and downs, high and lows  but if we all come together  in times like this and show support, we can and will make the world a better place. 

If you have been asking yourself what  can I do to make the world a better place, to be a better person?  This is your opportunity to help.

Due to covid-19, Erica is in the ICU and is not allowed visitors which only makes the situation even more difficult. 

I’ve wondered what to do, and I have to admit that I had times when I felt helpless knowing that someone I know and love could be going through such an ordeal, and I realized this was the next best thing; let me blog about it and help spread awareness (don’t worry, I got Erica’s permission.) 

If you can not give a monetary donation that is okay! Leave her a comment of encouragement below or say a little prayer and share the link to her GoFundMe page.

Let’s get to work!

With so much love, 


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