I only had the privelege of meeting Adam a few times. The first time as an infant, him and little Rob on one of my visits to RI. Than my next visit, he was full force angel Adam, smart as a whip, with a sense of humor I've rarely experienced in a little person so small. Until now as I am blessed with my own grandson, also, a force straight from heaven. The last time I saw Adam was at one of the annual 4th of July parties at Auntie Cindy's...he wanted pizza. (He got it, of course, when it finally showed up) Still, even then, he was so much more positive than any adult could ever hope to be. Especially after all he had already been through. Why have I never contributed or registered for any of these wonderfully inspiring events? Instead, just watching from my end of the world, thinking, 'wow' look at that family and all their determination to do something with all that helplessness you feel when you lose someone so special with no reason anyone could ever understand, until maybe? Our own reckoning day, we could only hope it will all make sense when that time comes for us. Until then, why sit around? Feel like you are doing something to help someone else instead. BRAVO to my whole Russas family and ALL you do for the cause and for the others that are also being affected. Why haven't I been here before? In my own little world, making not a difference to anyone, but watching on the sidelines? Who knows, let's see if we can change that..I need a change, maybe if I do more, maybe I will feel like whatever time I have left 'here' served a purpose. You are all so wonderfully amazing to me, true inspiration, that's for sure. I love you all, more than I probably ever let you know. Now the whole world can know. God Bless Us ALL, every one!!