|(391) gerri wilson
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:14:31 +0000
We have followed your episodes daily and are so glad you are home again. There has been much prayer in your behalf these days, and I thank God for guiding you safely thru each episode. It is hard to understand the “why” so many times, but I know from life experience that the admonition to “BE STILL, AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD” brings peace and healing.
Love to you and your whole wonderful family.
|(392) Diane Kellogg
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:14:59 +0000
Amazing, Amazing success story. I am following you love and healing vibes!
|(393) Laurel Laumann
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:15:33 +0000
Heard about the staff infection….that sucks!!! Hopefully the antibiotics will take care of it quickly. Nothing like more pills to take, huh?!?! Well, you can use this time to get caught up on all the movies that have come out! I bet the family is getting excited for Phil’s graduation. Keep healing and know you are in our thoughts and prayers daily!
Love ya’ lots!
|(394) Katherine Campana
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:16:10 +0000
So glad that you are finally home and with family once again. We’ve been out of town, so a bit behind with e-mail etc. so will try to catch-up this week. Know we are thinking of you and although a week behind we will get to the rest of the list soon and be in touch.
Frank & Katherine Campana
|(395) Bill Radinger
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:16:50 +0000
What a great read on a somewhat tragic subject. Gad, you are a good writer. THAT makes ME jealous. Writing is something I was always good at, but wanted to become “professional grade” (like you). I am going to take a creative writing course this summer.
Take care of yourself.
|(396) Jon Davis
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:17:21 +0000
Thanks very much for the update. I just want you to know that I am thinking of you, and hope things will indeed continue to improve. Take care! Both you and Kevin are in my prayers.
|(397) kathy wiehe
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:17:55 +0000
I am glad you are home recovering. You have been through quite the ordeal and home is always the best place to recover. Yes, the weather makes it much easier to feel you are not missing out. I am home today as well feeling “why the heck would I wan’t to go out in that! So, I catch up on my trade journal reading, phone calls and most dreaded housework before going to work this evening. I ran into Jeff this weekend at the girls water polo event. I don’t know if he told you but Blake has been video taping the last few weeks of events and will but a disc together for the team members and their families. It was nice visiting with Jeff and it’s been fun watching the water polo matches. Les and I ran into him again yesterday on the trail as he was riding and we were walking our dog. Good thing we got her out on the trails yesterday!
Well, take the time to recover and I hope you are in full swing very soon. Enjoy the time you have with Phillip…his upcoming graduation and send off. Take care and hope to see you soon.
|(398) Bill Radinger
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:18:36 +0000
I feel for you and being bored. That is a curse for a creative, active, involved mind. Just remember, this too will pass. My studies of late reveal that stillness is important and can teach us much about ourselves and our beliefs. Knowing you, I am sure you meditate. I do it, but it is very hard for me to keep my mind rested, and shut out the constant chatter of the ego. But it is worth the effort — or rather, non-effort. The key is not to try, but let things happen. The next time you are trying to get quiet, observe your thoughts and see what they are. Ask yourself, “I wonder what my next thought will be.” For just a brief moment, you will experience silence. That is what meditation will do for you. I can also recommend some great reading, but as voracious a reader you are, you have probably read them: “The Nature of Personal Reality” by Jane Roberts; and “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz. Let me know if you have not read them and I will bring them by this week when I come to PC.
And remember, we love you and are sending you healing thoughts and prayers.
Much Love, Bill
|(399) Kathleen Reardon
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:19:09 +0000
Hi Vicki: Maybe that boredom plan we came up with wasn’t so great after all. I guess better than some alternatives. Have you joined Netflix? We look forward to getting movies most days. And we’ve enjoyed watching old black and white ones now and then. We got the photos of Phil and we all send our congratulations! Time fly by there for sure. I was remembering his 5th birthday party in RPV. We all had a great time. Sending you good thoughts. Feel better.
|(400) Reg Graham
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:19:55 +0000
Your bedrest has brought out some of your best introspective writing. Strange how adversity stirs the mind. Also, your readers are gaining valuable insights from your guests’ responses , as well. We will be anxious to hear what you learn from your doctor’s visit today. We love you. Mom