Please keep Gavin in your thoughts

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Gavin and I went to the grocery store this morning. All was going well until Gavin’s leg stopped working correctly. Those were his words, not mine.

The problem was/is that his legs were giving out on him. I can remember this happening before on many occasions, but it never lasted this long. There were times he was having to hold himself up by leaning on the cart.

We’ve been home now for about an hour, and he seems to be doing better. He wanted to know if his legs were having seizures.

I don’t know what’s going on with him because, in the past, no one’s been able to figure this out. I’m hoping today’s problems were just a fluke, and after some rest, he’ll be doing better. It would be great if you could keep Gavin in your prayers.

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