I look forward to reading this story every year. It has become a tradition for some of us and I still love it. I just read it for 2016 and will be looking for it in 2017. Thank you Greg for putting it up each year. I hope you don't mind but I would like to share a little story. Some of you know part of it but I will tell you the rest and this story helped formulate this idea. As some of you know we lost our 2 year old grandson to brain cancer three years ago. He had a great Christmas day at our house that year. This was after many surgeries and spending over a couple months in the children's hospital. He was so happy that day and he had every reason to not to be, pain being the major one. 14 days later he passed on. I have pictures of that day that are precious to us. Now the part that is no known to anyone yet. After reading this story again I started thinking about helping others a little more than I do. I asked my wife if we could write a check for a couple hundred dollars and put it in an envelope each year at Christmas and put it under the tree and write Rileys Gift on it. Then after Christmas 14 days, we will take this to a Charity like Salvation Army and give them Riley's gift from Riley. This keeps the spirit of Christmas and the memory of Riley at Christmas in our hearts.