Many of you know that I go to the annual wild pony roundup and swim with the nonprofit group, the Feather Fund. Each year we purchase children foals in memory of our friend, Carollynn Suplee, who — for the eight years she survived cancer — annually purchased a foal for a child or turnback foal to live on the island forever. It was her way of giving back for another year of life. This year, to celebrate our 15th anniversary, the Feather Fund purchased foals for three children. But the story I want to share is about one of the kids Carollynn purchased a foal for in 1999, before she left us and joined the ranks of angels.