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First, I want to say how thankful I am for my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!  I serve an awesome God!  He has continued to be faithful and very near to me.  He’s heard our cries (all of ours) and answered our prayers with His divine love.  He has continued to work in miraculous ways that can’t be explained!  Last Monday the 6th, I believe God asked me to put Luke on the alter just as Abraham put Isaac on the alter.  Up until  that point I’ve always said that I could never do that.   Monday afternoon I put Luke on the alter: “Not my will but  your will”.    This past weekend I also put myself on the alter: “Not my will but your will”.  I will never be the same again and will continue to “Praise God in the storm”.  Lindsey and I attended to Luke immediately after the accident and I’m so thankful God has began to heal some of what we saw.  I’m also thankful God has spoken to us through His word.  What an awesome God we serve!

Lindsey and I both have amazing families.  Words cannot explain how helpful and meaningful they’ve been!  Again,  the only explanation is divine intervention.  We are so thankful that they have allowed God to use them and speak through them to support us in an angelic way.  It has truly been supernatural how God has used them.

The outpouring of support from everybody reading this blog, our church families, our extended families, and our community has been humbling, amazing, and also supernatural.  We don’t believe we would be where we are if it wasn’t for all of you.  THANK YOU!!!  That said, please continue to pray! 

Lindsey and I, as well as the doctors, don’t know what to expect as they wean Luke off sedation.  I do know God has an awesome plan for Luke’s life!  Right now, I am serving God by serving Luke.  We are committed to fighting for Luke and getting him through this extermely difficult time.  Thank you for standing with us.

Luke is so vivid in my mind.  He’s such a special boy!  If you know him, then you know what I’m talking about.  If you don’t know him, you can see that in the pictures.  It’s been healing, yet so hard to look at those pictures.  He was so full of life, so special, passionate, and loved others so deeply.  Luke is my son but  he is so much more.  Luke and I have a very special relationship, besides Lindsey, he is my best friend.

I believe Luke died Monday evening. I saw it with my own eyes and experienced it with all my senses. Jesus reached down and raised him up!  I’m asking God what’s next?



July 14, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Dad,

    We praise God with you and rejoice that He has chosen you and your family to be drawn tightly to Himself.
    You know that words cannot express the joy you have in your Savior and the hope you have because you know Him and you know that He knows you and your child.
    Heather and I know this also through many trials that He has brought us through. Someday we will sit together and share our stories of the glorious works of our Savior!
    Meanwhile, hold on, the best is yet to come.

    Comment by David & Heather Shank and family | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  2. Ben what a testimony!Through all of this my faith has been strengthened an every day in awe of what GOD is doing!Thank you both for taking the time to share your journey .We are continuely praying for all of you.

    Comment by james and sharon | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  3. From the time I started following the progress of Luke and checking this blog daily, I promised myself I would become closer to God than I have in the past. I have struggled with my spirituality for years. Somehow, Luke has changed that for me. I continue to pray for him like I have never prayed. I hope with all my heart that I am able to meet your family one day, although, I think I have indeed met Luke before taking Mt. Crawford baseball pictures. Your family are in my thoughts with almost every waking moment.

    Comment by Christa Gitchell | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  4. That was beautiful, we will continue praying.

    Comment by The Derstines | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  5. God is an Awesome God and He says in His word, “Cast all your cares on me for I care for you”. He understands what you are going through…John 3:16 says “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son…” He knows what you’re going through.

    Romans 8:28 tells us “All things work together for the good for those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose”. It’s hard to believe that something good can come out of something bad, but God says it does. He is our only hope in this world.

    I can tell you love the Lord, I just wanted to share a few more words of encouragement.

    Luke and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Comment by Carrie | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  6. Ben and Lindsey,
    As I think of Luke, my heart echoes your words…What a special boy! May the God who is closer than circumstance continue to renew your strength as you wait and trust.

    Comment by Kami | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  7. Thank you for sharing that with us. Luke is a special boy! We love you all.

    Comment by John Barlow | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  8. Ben:
    Wow, God is causing growth in everyone concerned. Isn’t He?! I believe you are correct in saying that Luke died on Monday. No brain activity means that his brain wasn’t telling his heart to beat, his lungs to breath, his mind to think, etc. Prayers were answered miraculously. My brother died when he had a severe motorcycle accident a few years ago and he had no brain activity. People can try to explain away what happened to Luke different ways: some people have told me “children’s bodies are so much more resilient than adults” or “Luke must be really strong” but I don’t think they want to accept that GOD saved Luke from the arms of death. I believe when God acts, we should never make light of it or try to explain it away. How insulting that attitude must be to a loving and faithful God. But YOU know and everyone around Luke — including his doctors — KNOW that all of this is according to God’s miraculous intervention and thank you for stating it so clearly! I would like to know more details of the accident sometime, if you feel up to sharing. All my love, Cindy Hochstetler, Lindsey’s Aunt

    Comment by cindy hochstetler | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  9. Hi, Ben and Lindsey. Ben, I am Carrie, Quentin Beery’s sister that you may remember from forever ago. My mom told me about Luke, and I have been following your blog. My heart is totally with your family, and tears just spring to my eyes so quickly when I think about what you are walking through as a family. Our family is praying for you. My prayer is that the Lord would bind up Luke’s wounds, that He would heal his ligaments, that He would knit his bones together, and that Luke would see full and complete restoration and health. May you guys continue to feel the presence of the Lord over you, blanketing you as with a thick, heavy quilt, and may He give you all that you need for every moment, in the name of Jesus.

    Comment by Carrie | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  10. Ben,

    Your letter touched every part of my heart. Thank you so much for letting us be part of you and Lindsey. Luke is a very blessed little boy to have such fine people as his parents. I am so thankful that you knew what to do that day and that God was there to heed to your call. Isn’t it awesome how God is never to busy for us lowly humans? I am so thankful for that. We are continually in prayer for Luke and we have peace that he is getting the best care he could have. We pray that God will be answer our petitions and that his recovery will be soon. Hosanna in the highest. Love and prayers…Joe and Esther

    Comment by Esther Byler | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  11. Wow! What a testimony! God is so awesome! Praise His name! I truly believe God gave Luke back to you guys. He is a God of miracles! We are continuing to pray, and I truly believe Luke is going to come through this. God has a plan for his life. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, it has touched so many lives.
    Love and prayers, Gio & Jenie

    Comment by Jenie | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  12. Ben,

    What greater blessing could a boy have in his life than a father who demonstrates great faith and love for God. It’s easy to see why Luke has such a loving spirit. Thank you for sharing your heart in such a beautiful way. Our thoughts and prayers are focused with you throughout the day.

    Comment by Vic & Tina Bright | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  13. People so often ask “why does God allow bad things to happen”. I always tell them that God will do just about anything to bring us to Him. Sometimes He does that through another’s tragedy. Imagine how many have already come to know Him because of this event. And, the cool thing is that God’s not done.

    Even last night in the car, as I was updating the kids on Luke’s progress, my son expressed his anger at Adam and Eve for making the decision they did. Because of that decision, we now experience pain (he’s pretty wise for a 9-year-old). I reminded him that he needs to focus on the saviour who guaranteed that the pain is temporary. There’s so much hope in that truth.

    Thinking of you and your family…

    Comment by Jennifer | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  14. Ben,

    Your testimony just spoke to my heart, thank you so much for being willing to share through your blog. Our family, our “friends group” (as our parents call it), our church, and our community are lifting Luke, as well as you and Lindsey up in prayer. I haven’t seen you guys in awhile, but you are still like family to me. Seeing your strength in this situation, I believe makes everyone stronger.
    Love you guys,
    Jonathan Troyer

    Comment by Jonathan & Cheryl Troyer | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  15. You do not know me, but please know that all of Joe and Esther’s Springport “family” are praying for Luke’s recovery. May God bless you all.

    Comment by Sandy | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  16. Ben, your testimony is SO inspiring!! It is just so awesome and wonerful to see and hear of you and Lindsey’s faith and trust in our Loving, Awesome God! It really touches my heart and spirit. Your family is truly an inspiration, and testimony to the glory of God!! Our prayers and love are there with all of you!!!

    Comment by Ricardo and Shelby Pedrotti | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  17. HE continues to be faithful and we will continue to be on our knees. Our boys ages 11, 9 and 5 are touched by Luke and pray for him often and ask about him frequently. Even in unconsciousness God is using Luke to witness to others. THAT is an amazing GOD!! Ben and Lindsey, may your strength not waiver. You are being witnesses of His kingdom and He is proud of you for standing strong. You are loved and mightily prayed for!

    Comment by Dawn Mast | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  18. We heard about Luke last Monday. We had just been at the Yoder reunion and spent time with Glenn and Betty. Hard to believe such a crisis was just around the corner for them. I have been reading the blog and praying daily for Luke and the family. As I was praying last Tues the verse in Psalms came to mind ” I knit you together in your mother’s womb..” It was as if God was saying if I can do something as amazing as knitting Luke together in Linsey’s womb, I can knit him back together now. So my prayer is that God, with the help of the doctors will “knit” all the pieces back together so you will have your son back and he will be whole again.
    We will continue to pray for strength for all of you through this journey.
    Renita (and Tom)

    Comment by Renita Boesiger | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  19. Ben, Our heart goes out to you, Lindsey and your family who has provided continuous support since this tragic accident. Luke is in our thoughts and prayers almost every minute of each day. We also believe God has a plan for Luke, whether it’s testing each of you for your faith or whatever it may be, keep the faith that Luke will come out of this. We believe in our heart that God is wathing over him. God bless you.

    Comment by Jerry & Brenda Phillips | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  20. Ben,
    Your letter touched my heart. It has been touching to see the ways you, Lindsey and your families have drawn closer to Him and each other. I’m sure you still have your moments when you question WHY, and that is understandable, but I see you clinging to Him. I love what you said about serving God by serving Luke. Always, always, always. The most important ministry you have on this earth is your wife and children. I am blessed to see that you get that! Our family will continue to stand by you in prayer, and in any other way you allow us. He who bagan a good work will be faithful to complete it!


    Comment by Baker Family | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  21. Ben,

    This was a beautiful entry. Thank you for sharing your heart with us. We are and will continue to pray for Luke and the rest of your family.

    Teresa Barker

    Comment by Teresa Barker | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  22. Ben, What a wonderful way to express your faith for all to see! Our thoughts and prayers are with Luke, you and Lindsey, your family, and your extended family – you all are suffering through this. We are claiming that everyone’s faith, tho tried by fire, will come forth refined and rewarded to God’s glory.

    Comment by Reuben Horst | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  23. WOW! Ben your note was special and very sweet! Not many parents can have this kind of outlook. How comforting it is to have a God to believe in and comfort us during this time! We will continue to pray for Luke and your family. Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts with all of us. It has been very meaningful for me to read the updates from day to day. It helps me know how to pray! Take care! ~Lori

    Comment by Lori (Smith) Hatter | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  24. Ben,
    Just wanted you to know all of us are praying for you and praising God for his work in your family.

    Comment by Jeremy and Nelle Clark and family | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  25. Ben-
    You are an amazing father and I’m sure with all my heart Luke can feel your love for him. This experience is going to only make your family stronger and I’m sure is already making an impact on so many lives. You are making the Lord smile by the example & strength you are showing.
    We will continue to pray for strength for you and the family and of course Luke. He is always on our minds & hearts..
    Love & Prayers,

    Comment by Dwayne & Joy Yoder | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  26. Wow, Ben…thanks for sharing your heart with us. It is a heart warming blessing to all reading it.

    You know, Monday night when Karen Barlow called me, I felt the deep heaviness of Luke’s condition and at the same time felt lots of faith for Luke. So, my spirit believes that Luke died also. I’ve already been thinking that. I bet he’ll have a testimony of experiencing heaven and the love of Jesus surrounding him. Won’t that be powerful!

    Many continued prayers….I asked God to wake me at 12 last night and He did! Daniel came up from downstairs right at midnight and it woke me so I prayed from 12-1am!

    Much Love,

    Wendy and family

    Comment by Wendy Watros | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  27. Ben, you’ve done what most Christians find almost impossible to do and that is to completely give their children over to the Lord. Not always, but in cases I have heard about, when people are willing to put their children on the altar, the gift is returned. You & Lindsey are already stronger because of this experience. “(We) don’t know about tomorrow, but (we) know who holds (our) hand!” Your experience is speaking into so many lives…..even us who are grandparents! God is good, even in this. Rom. 8:28.
    With our love,
    Dave & Carol

    Comment by Carol Troyer | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  28. I was listening to a song by Natalie Grant this afternoon, and wanted to share with you, as you guys were brought to my heart, and I went to my knees. It is called “Held” and the chorus says : “this is what it means to be held, when the sacred is torn from your life and you survive. this is what it means to be loved and to know that the promise was that when everything fell we’d be held.” Just remember that God is holding you and Luke in His everlasting arms, and no matter what happens, that is the safest and most blessed place to be. With our continued prayers,
    Megan Bennett

    Comment by Doug and Megan Bennett | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  29. The Blosser family is on vacation this week, but Luke is still never far from our thoughts or prayers. We were very excited to find a computer this evening and get a long awaited update. Our prayers continue to be with you all.

    Comment by Lori Blosser | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  30. Ben and Lindsey, your whole family has been in my prayers this last week. Although I have never met Luke my heart has ached for your family. I pray that you have peace through the next couple of days as your are faced with many unknowns. God is an awesome God and we don’t always know why, but He will carry you through this. I am praying for the nurses as they take care of Luke, the physicians making decisions, any staff involved in his care, and your entire family. May you have continued strength through such an emotionally draining time. I pray for Luke as he “wakes up” that he will not be fearful and will have a sense of peace. God’s angels are surrounding his room! I will continue to pray for you throughout each day.

    Mary Bradley

    Comment by Mary (Peachey) Bradley | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  31. This message is just to let you guys know that Ben and I are praying for Luke and your family. Our church in Winchester is also praying for you guys. Little Luke is never far out of our thoughts and is always in our prayers as is his family.

    Ben, Misty and Jackson Dinkle

    Comment by Misty Dinkle | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  32. Wow this blog has been an amazing journey already. Our family in AZ is praying for you and sweet little Luke. (We heard about this through Shannon Jeffries, whom I believe was a student of Luke’s mom). It is so encouraging to an outsider to see how the Lord is truly the CENTER of your lives. You are an extreme example to others on how to stay focused on the Lord no matter what is thrown your way.
    We will continue to pray for Luke and will check your blog for progress. GOD BLESS YOU, you are one special family!

    Comment by Lorri | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  33. Hey Ben … what an incredible note .. this whole experience has been for a reason and the growth that we are all witnessing is phenominal! God is so good ! I told Bill at the beginning of the week that the Lord MUST have something incredible for Luke to do in his life, because the enemy has been after him hard, but We served him notice that he can’t have ANY part of Luke! he will not win… JESUS is the victor! TO GOD BE THE GLORY GREAT THINGS HE HAS DONE and will continue to do!!! love you all bill & deb

    Comment by Bill & Debbie Mullet | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  34. Hello Ben, Lindsey & family. We have never met, but your dad (Mark)is my first cousin on my Dad’s (Bill Yoder was a brother to Harvey & Gid Yoder) side. I’m sorry to hear of this accident – but with God all things are possible. We will be praying that God will restore this precious child back to you whole. Praying also that God will give you & Lindsey strength & guidance during this most difficult time.

    Comment by Lori Yoder McCleskey | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  35. It’s amazing to see God working in your family. God is good and his healing powers are working through Luke. We don’t always know the reasons why, but we do know that God is in control. We continue to pray for Luke, your entire family and everyone taking care of Luke.

    Comment by Jeremy and Jennifer Mongold | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  36. Ben,
    You have a beautiful family; it warms my heart to see the pictures of you all together. I have been praying for Luke and for your whole family. Thank you for sharing with all of us. I pray that God’s grace, peace, and blessings will continue to be with you in the days and weeks ahead.
    Randa and family

    Comment by Randa (Moyers) Hendricks | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  37. Ben & Lindsey,
    Though our circumstances weren’t what we wanted in order for us to meet, we are thankful that we met you and the family at UVA. Our prayers will continue to be with you and especially Luke.
    Tyson came home today and is doing really well. We give our Great God all the praise and thanks for what He has done, is doing and will do!
    We will continue to follow Luke’s blog!

    Comment by Rich Woody - Tyson's Papa | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  38. Ben and Lindsey,
    We continue to lift Luke and your family up in prayer every day. I’m praying that God would completely heal his body and vision and sustain you through this time and give you comfort and peace each day. There are many praying on your behalf and interceding to Our Heavenly Father. The power in prayer is amazing and it’s evident God is doing a work. Thank you for sharing such a powerful testimony. Keep looking up to Jesus. Many Prayers, The Shipppa Family (friends of Maretta)

    Comment by Jody Shippa | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  39. Your transparency is a testimony, Ben. We continue to pray with you and Lindsey, looking to God on Luke’s behalf, knowing that not only is God our Great God, He’s also our Good God. May you know His amazing grace and His loving embrace… still. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

    kerry & kim (Hebrews 11:6)

    Comment by Pastor Kerry | July 14, 2009 | Reply

  40. Ben,

    You, Lindsey and your family are a great blessing to all. god is supplying all your needs day by day and I know He will continue to do so! We love you all and regret we have been so far away during this time. You, Lindsey and Luke remain in my thoughts and prayers almost continually.


    Comment by Steve and Barb | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  41. Thankyou for your words…God is at work in so many hearts because of this tragic event. As a mom, I realize how difficult it is to hand your children over to the Lord and admit that it is out of our control. Your words have touched my husband and myself, deeply. As I pray for Luke and your family, it is overwhelming to know that as God is listening to me, He is sitting right there in the room with Luke. God is not finished with Luke, yet…and I echo that Luke’s life is one that God is going to use beyond anything you can imagine.

    Comment by Masarik Family | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  42. I ask God this morning to give me something for you guys and this is the verse I turned too. Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the creator of the ends of the earth. HE will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strengh to the weary and INCREASES THE POWER TO THE WEAK. Even youths grow tired and weary, and youth men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew there strengh. They will soar on wings as eagles; they will run and not grow weary. they will walk and not grow faint. Isaiah 4o 28-31
    I hope this will help you guys this morning. I know how tired you both are and just want this to be over and Luke be home, and he will very soon. You both are so strong I don’t even know what else to say except I love you guys and I will praying all the time. This to shall pass and very soon things will start to be normal again. I hope today is a good day for you guys. Love always, Shea

    Comment by Shea | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  43. Ben, First I want to say thank you, because the Lord is using you and your family to talk to others. I don’t know you and I don’t know your circumstances clearly enough. But one thing I know. God is great. I’ve seen so many miracles happening right in from of my eyes that I need my own blog to tell you. I know, Jesus, not only has a plan, but also He is in control of every situation.
    Yesterday we were sharing the Word, and we were talking, about “John 6:5-11”. Something that caught my attention is Jesus question to Phillip “he said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?” 6He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do.”
    The key phrase in here is “for he already had in mind what he was going to do”. He already knows what he needs to do with your family, your son, etc.
    Ezekiel 37, has power for you. When we stand up, and we praise the lord and we prophecy to ours circumstances, no matter how dry the bones are, the Lord has promise to us he would put every bone together, and the He’s going to cover those bones with flesh and create and army from every single attack we can deal with it.
    As I said before, I don’t know you, but we are going to be praying for you and your family.
    “The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.”

    Comment by Oswaldo Otero | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  44. I was spending some quiet time in prayer and reading my Bible this morning and I read this verse and I felt the need to pass it on. “I will remember the deeds of the Lord; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. I will meditate on all your works and consider all your mighty deeds.” Psalm 77:11-12 It’s easy to forget all the good God has done for you when you face difficulty and trials. But using those times to reflect on all He has done and remembering all the miracles, blessings, and faithfulness of the Lord will give you peace in knowing that He never leaves us. He doesn’t give us something difficult to handle and then walks away. He stays with us, carries us, gives us strength, and holds us. He never lets go. The song that keeps going through my head when I think of Luke and his family is “Oh no You never let go, through the calm and through the storm. Oh no You never let go, in every high and every low. Oh no You never let go, Lord you never let go of me.” God never leaves us. Be encouraged that there are so many out there praying and seeking the Lord for Luke. He has so many that love him and and imagine that is just a drop in the bucket compared to how the Lord Jesus Christ loves him. His own precious creation. We love you guys and think of you and pray for you every single day.


    Comment by Alyssa (Barch) Lawrence | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  45. Wow, Ben, how incredibly powerful to hear how God is moving in you, your family, and all those who are even touched by God’s love and your precious son’s life from a distance. I am encouraged and deeply moved by how you all are reflecting Christ in this most difficult time. He is being glorified and what an amazing story he is writing this very moment. I love you all and your lives are such vessels of his love…handmade clay pots that the Lord is using…overflowing with his love and joy even through the cracks! We continue to lift you up in prayer!

    Comment by Richard and Heidi King | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  46. Ben, I want to express my immense appreciation to you for your beautiful testimony. Although we have met on several occasions over the past few years since you built your home in our neighborhood, I of course didn’t really “know” you. Your testimony of your love for little Luke and Lindsey and most of all for your Lord has touched my heart deeply and has reached so many people by way of the internet. Little Luke’s life has become a messinger of God’s love through you and your family and so many others.

    I watch daily for current news of Luke’s progress and of your’s and other’s testimonies. I am keeping him (and you and your family) close in my heart and prayers.

    Bonnie Smith

    Comment by Bonnie Smith | July 15, 2009 | Reply

  47. I heard this song today in the care and I thought the words echoed what you were feeling and what point you were trying to get across. The song is from Jeremy Camp and it is called beyond measure. I have posted the lyrics below:

    The fog has finally cleared to see,
    The beautiful life you’ve given me
    To feel the breeze of my newborn’s gentle breath
    With one to walk hand in hand,
    To share this life that you have planned
    It’s like a storybook with dreams
    That are meant to see every next step is an extraordinary scene

    I know that I’ve been,
    Given more than beyond measure,
    I come alive when,
    I see beyond my fears
    I know that I’ve been given more than earthly treasure,
    I come alive when
    I’ve broken down and given You control

    I’ve faced a great tragedy,
    But have seen the works of what You bring
    A display of faith that You give,
    I don’t know if I will ever understand
    The depth of what it is You’ve done inside,
    But I know that I won’t find any worth apart from You

    I know that I’ve been,
    Given more than beyond measure,
    I come alive when,
    I see beyond my fears
    I know that I’ve been given more than earthly treasure,
    I come alive when
    I’ve broken down and given You control

    Everything that I have
    Has been given so unselfishly
    And shown that even when I don’t deserve
    You always show the fullness of Your love

    I know that I’ve been,
    Given more than beyond measure,
    I come alive when,
    I see beyond my fears
    I know that I’ve been given more than earthly treasure,
    I come alive when
    I’ve broken down and given You control
    When I’ve broken down and given You control

    Comment by Melissa McCullough | July 16, 2009 | Reply

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