|Flat Gracie thought the PGA trophy was huge!|
|Flat Gracie checks out the leaderboard.|
My focus however was on a small piece of paper adorned with a purple drawing of a princess and two slogans that have been a huge part of my family's life since November 2014. That was when we found out that our daughter Grace, who will be seven on Sept. 7, had a rare genetic disorder called infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy or INAD. It's been a long road since then, with doctor visits, physical therapy and a lot of tears, but it truly has been a Grace-Filled Journey, one of the two aforementioned slogans.
|Kyle and Uncle Daniel raising awareness to #beatINAD|
The other words on the sign were #BeatINAD, which is more of a rallying cry. Since we learned of Grace's condition, we've raised close to $200,000 for INAD research in hopes of one day curing our little girl. Even if that never happens, we feel truly blessed that our small county of fewer than 30,000 people has shown us such love and support.
|Flat Gracie checks out the fairway at Bellerive.|
|Throngs of golf fans came out to the PGA tournament.|
|Flat Gracie checked out the PGA fans.|
|Our new favorite golfer, Branden Grace.|
|Branden Grace's leaderboard.|
|Flat Gracie followed golfer Branden Grace.|
|Grace loved her new "Brooks" teddy bear.|
|Daddy's girls and their new souvenirs|