Hello everyone,

The Cruise-in for Tyler last night was great. There was a big turn out and the weather was great. It was wonderful to know so many people care about Tyler.

Thank you all at the Little Rebel. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Thank you Leeann and your family for all the hard work and getting this together. Also thanks to you Benny. I know you’ve been sick yourself but you still came out to help with the cruise-in for Tyler.

AND THANKS TO ALL THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE THAT SHOWED UP TO SUPPORT TYLER.


Tyler said to thank Helen for all the free chicken wings; he loves them, and she made sure he had plenty. Tyler said he wants checking wings from the Little Rebel for his birthday on the 9th (Except I think he will be in Maryland that day seeing Dr. Rodriguez at that time.

Tyler was there for a while but his leg started hurting and he had to go home. Tiffany did face painting with the help of her friend Brandon and did a great job. There was a chicken dance and Hoola Hooping. There were some great door prizes and a fifty-fifty drawing. There were also some really awesome cars brought out. The parking lot was full. Jeremy had his friend come take some great pictures. We’ll get them later to post. These images are from my camera.

THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART.

Tyler’s journey is still far from over. He will still need your prayers for a long time. I know that God hears all your prayers. Tyler is one special little boy, with a lot of people standing with him to fight the cancer monster, to see it doesn’t attack his little body ever again.

Even with Tyler in remission doesn’t mean he’s cured. The cancer monster destroyed his body, but Tyler was a fighter and will be a winner in this journey. What a strong little man he is. I say man because there’s not one man out there that could have went through what Tyler has and lived.

GOD BLESS WE LOVE YOU ALL


FROGgin’

for

Tyler


Tyler Tucker c/o Darlene Cox
PO BOX 14386
Greenville, SC 29610

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