The Adams Twins 2016 Update

The Adams Twins 2016 Update

IMG_0037Four years ago my girls Kaylee and Aubree were the recipients of the Happy Smackah because of their kidney disease and it has made such an impact on our lives. The love and support we had and the joy we are still having in returning the favor every year for the new recipients!!

Kaylee’s kidneys were the first to fail in 2011 and she did home dialysis through March 17, 2013 when she got her kidney transplant. She has been thriving ever since. She is a Sophomore at CSU Pueblo and is majoring in Business with an emphasis in Marketing and minor in Sign Language. She did some interning in Sign Language at a High School in Colorado Springs this semester and loved it. She works and shares an apartment with her sister Aubree and best friend Ali.

FullSizeRender-2Aubree is also a Sophomore at CSU Pueblo and is majoring in Athletic Training. She has applied for a two-year Athletic Training Program to finish out her schooling and has just finished interning at Pueblo High School as the boys basketball athletic trainer. She works at Planet Fitness part time and loves it.

Unfortunately it’s her turn for kidney failure, we knew it would happen but not so soon. She is planning on having surgery over Spring Break to have a kidney removed and a port put in so she can start hemodialysis until the school year is over. Our hopes are to have a transplant this summer so she can resume school in the fall.

IMG_0034-2I am truly amazed by these incredible young woman and they are such an inspiration to our family and friends. We also have been blessed with our new family Paula and Bob who lost their son and gave my daughter Kaylee new life. Our lives have not been the same since they came into our lives, they even ran the Happy Smackah last year.

Please tell your friends and family to join the Smackah this year for Frank, it changes lives!!!

Register today and tell all your friends!

Thank you,
Linda Adams

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