Snappy Scrubs Supports Local Child Landry Jo #LandryStrong
UPDATE: We've learned today that little Landry Jo has passed away. Here's the latest from the Facebook page her parents put up to keep the community updated on her condition:
Landry gained her angel wings at 12:20 this afternoon and ran as fast as she could into the arms of Jesus. She will no longer have to go thru pain or suffering or procedures or any of the torture. She is perfectly whole and well in the arms of our Father in Heaven. She deteriorated rapidly over the course of a couple days and once the vent was pulled she was gone in a matter of minutes. We were keeping her alive with machines. Her brain was no longer telling her body what to do. We cannot express the pain we have felt the last few days and the past 9 months. Watching her slip away from us in the physical world is the hardest thing as parents we have ever had to do and we are dreading going back home and living life without her. Landry was our joy, our angel. She has always been an angel. And she has always been special. I could never put my finger on it but I always said she is special. She was so tough and endured more than any two year old should have ever had to and we are at peace knowing that she can finally rest. I want to thank every single person that has been standing with us through her whole journey, the support, gifts, cards, prayers and just love has shown us just how loved our baby was. All I can ask for now is prayers for all of my family for peace and comfort as we go through this very difficult time. I will be off of social media for a bit just because it's too hard for me to look at pictures of her at this time but I will come to update about memorial services for her when we get everything lined out. Thank you all and thank you for the prayers! We will always be #LandryStrong
ORIGINAL STORY: No matter how much I want to wring her neck, I know that I'm blessed that my step child is healthy. I can't even imagine what these parents are going through as they do everything in their power to help their baby girl, Landry Jo, a 2-year-old with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma... and that's after a battle with Epstein-Barr.
My heart goes out to this family during their time of need and the last thing they need to worry about is medical bills. That's where you come in! Go to Snappy Scrubs today and tomorrow, September 23rd and 24th, 2016 and a portion of every car wash will go to the family at both locations! Please find it in your heart to help! #LandryStrong