May 20, 2009

Please Pray for Jessica Hulcy

The week before last I got to meet Jessica in person at the homeschool book fair in Arlington, Texas. I posted the photo above of her and her sweet hubby on my book-fair photo essay. She's the co-author of KONOS curriculum and a great inspiration to homeschooling parents in Texas and all over the world.

This past week she was in an accident involving a fire truck that has her in critical condition at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas. People all over the world are praying for her to have a complete and speedy recovery. She has a lot of healing to get done after multiple broken bones, possible punctured lungs, and some brain bleeding.

If you would like to help out, you can keep up with her status at her Caring Bridge site. You can pop over to and purchase some wonderful curriculum to help out their financial state while she can't be on the road speaking at book fairs (she was scheduled to speak in Austin, Texas at the Cheact fair in June). Best of all, you can continue to pray for her and her family.

She's a homeschooling inspiration to me and has been the creative genius behind so many years of our schooling at home. I love Jessica and Wade even though I really don't know them personally. I hope you'll join me in lifting them up to the Father so they can be restored to full-speed and get back to doing what they do best: inspiring and encouraging other homeschooling parents to raise kids with character.

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1 comment:

Mom of Many Hats said...

She truely is a gem. I had the pleasure working in her booth three summers ago in Southern California. My family and I will continue to pray for her recovery and for her family.




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