|(171) Amy Laumann
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:17:01 +0000
YAY!!! You’re home! That’s awesome! Keep getting better man! Love Ya!
|(172) Kerry Griffith
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:18:55 +0000
Kudos on being home after successful surgery. I truly hope you’re back on the soccer pitch before you know it.
Meanwhile, enjoy the abundant love of your family and friends. And please ask Katie to make a sweet marshmallow gun for me. You know I’d put it to good use!
|(173) Terri Milling
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:19:31 +0000
Yeah Kevin!!! So glad to hear you are home. Keep getting stronger but take it easy. We will keep you in our prayers. We love reading your journal. Say “hi” to all of your family.
The Milling Family
|(174) Julie Raymond
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:19:55 +0000
Hey Kevin, it is good to hear your (writer’s) voice — and to know you are home. We are thinking of you always. It sounds like you have a great momentum going for continued recovery. Love, Julie, Ben, Rebecca and Ed
|(175) Kkris Frankforter
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:20:22 +0000
Hi to you all from the snowy south. Actually rainy south with all the tropical storms and hurricanes. We got a total of 9 inches in one day not to mention the water coming in the corner of our living room. Fun! I am glad you are home. Hyperal won’t be forever and enjoy your rides. Hey Phil quit poppin wheelies cause you might go over backwards. Oh yeah and eatin all the marshmallows
you are throwing all over the room. Seriously though it is good to see you well enough to be out of the hospital mending and on the road to recovery. Kevin don’t let Phil steal your wheelchair for to long. That is your wheelchair and don’t let him forget it. We are pulling for you.
Love Aunt Kris, Uncle Steve, Keith and Erik
|(176) gerri wilson
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:20:47 +0000
Hi Kevin, We are friends of your Grandparents, Bev and Reg, from Durango. They have kept us up on your happenings over the past year, and you have been in our prayers. So glad your surgery is over and you are getting all that good night time nutrition. That will turn into speed, strength, agility, and whatever else you need for soccer. And someday your parents will say,”Kev, your eatin’ us out of house and home”.
God Bless, Ray and Gerri Wilson
|(177) Laura Murphy
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:21:18 +0000
I’m so glad that your surgery is over, and that it seems to have worked! And, I can’t believe you are going to try to go to school this week! You are a strong young man! I bet it will be tough, but I also hope it will feel good to get back to some normal stuff – even if it is school!
Park City, UT
|(178) Phyllis Booth
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:21:45 +0000
We are SO glad you are home!! Roger told me that he bumped into you and Dad walking the neighborhood yesterday. I said, “Are you SURE it was Kevin?? He COULDN’T be walking around the neighborhood ALREADY, could he??” Little did I know!! You are such an inspiration!!! They say that the more you can do the better, as it takes your mind off the pain and nausea. So if you can do all the things you want with school and all, all the better!! Go For It!
Blessings to you ALL
|(179) Harvey Buzzell
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:22:24 +0000
Home at last! Great news. It’s a long road back but you are doing great. We are very proud of you for the courage you have shown.
We are going to see Taylor play soccer this weekend in Grand Junction. The Durango Junior Varsity team is playing Friday and Saturday. We will be thinking of you and look forward to seeing you play again. Thelma & Buzz.
Grand Junction, CO
|(180) Mark Ferne
Mon, 11 July 2011 20:22:50 +0000
Hi Kevin and all the Whitings!
We’re glad you are home, as this Saturday when we bring you up Merridith’s tasty veggie chili, we’re also bringing up a special surprise – Daisy! Well, when she was one of your puppies she went by Rose if I’m not mistaken. I’m sure she’ll love to see you and everyone this Saturday afternoon!
Mark & Merridith Ferne