Tim and Tami West from Band Angels have 8 children. Tim’s biological son and daughter-in-law had his first grandchild in 2003. At 4 years old, Riley was taken to the emergency room where her blood sugar was tested over 600. She was diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes, a diagnosis that changed her life and the lives of those who love her. Now a sleep-over at Poppy and Ma’s meant not only bringing her pajamas and toothbrush, but also her glucometer, test strips, alcohol swabs, syringes, and lots of bandages. Tim and Tami, along with Riley’s parents, family and friends pray every day that she will be healed. One evening Riley was on one of those sleep-overs when Tim noticed how many bandages she had on her fingers and arms. He also noticed that it all became routine – swab, test, inject, slap a bandage on. She was always so brave and understood the entire process. It occurred to him how precious it would be to remind her how much he wants her to be healed. He realized how millions of children’s parents hurt when their children hurt – whether it’s from insulin injections or minor cuts and scrapes. How powerful would it be to put healing bible verses and angels right on that wound? And the Band Angels were born.
I received a couple of boxes from Band Angels. Luckily, my son hasn’t had any minor incidents yet to use these band-aids. However, one came in handy when I got a little cut on my finger (ouch!) from cutting vegetables. These band-aids are inspirational, cute and stick surprisingly well. They don’t fall off easily! At just $3.50 a box (includes shipping), I can see myself buying more once we run out. For a limited time, you can buy a box of 3 for just $10 (includes shipping!).
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