|(421) Bill Radinger
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:32:47 +0000
Hi, Phillip, and (I assume) Vicki.
I was bummed to hear about their elimination process. Seems shortsighted and makes them lose out on committed, dedicated people like you, Phillip. I had a similar experience when I went through jumpmaster training in the 101st Airborne Division. (I missed one minor pre-set error and had to take the course again. In my case that wasn’t bad, as I really enjoyed the training and it wasn’t nearly as grueling as what you went through.)
Regarding shin splints: I suffered through them during the endless running we had to do when I was in Jump School and Ranger Training. Here is what worked for me: (1) sit on the edge of a table with your feet dangling off the table at the knee joint. Dangle an object (bucket) by the handle draped over your toes. Place a weighted object into the bucket (rocks?) and do toe raises a couple of times a day. (2) Get a good orthotic insert to provide support for your arch. Maybe this will help you, too.
Best of luck. I’m pulling for you. Perhaps it will be easier this time. I truly admire your dedication and commitment. You’re a credit to young men everywhere.
|(422) Diane Kellogg
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:33:11 +0000
Inspiring. Can’t wait to read the book.
|(423) Em de Pillis
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:33:33 +0000
What a wonderful Mother’s Day message!
|(424) Dale Sanders
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:34:01 +0000
Hi Vicki and Kevin! Looking forward to learning more about your journey.
|(425) Kara Hendrickson
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:34:49 +0000
Just hearing one of your names makes me take a deep cleansing breath and remind myself how lucky I am to know you. You are all an inspiration, individually but more importantly as a ‘team’. What an honor that I have got to be a small part of your lives!
Sending love, warm thoughts, and happiness your way all ways……..
|(426) Kerry Leeds Griffith
Mon, 11 July 2011 23:35:16 +0000
I’m so glad to hear that the Whiting family is doing so well.
You’re all a source of inspiration to me, and to many others.
Thank you for showing us how to live.
P.S. A special hello to Kevin and Katie from your esrstwhile English teacher.
|(427) Enoch Nick Bishop, MBA '06
Tue, 29 November 2011 20:17:14 +0000
Thank you for sharing, I look forward to reading your story. Thank you for opening up a tender part of your life and providing others a glimpse into the Whiting Family. Your struggles,efforts, and success are heart felt and inspiring to many. Keep going!
Best wishes and many prayers,
Enoch “Nick” Bishop, MBA ’06
Gore School of Business – Westminster Alumni
|(428) Owen Wells, Dad of Kailee, Class of
Sat, 3 December 2011 13:14:04 +0000
Your family has learned how very important being a well informed and always fight for your child patient advocate truly is! Our Kailee, adopted from China, was diagnosed at 5 with bone marrow failure and given months to live. Westminster helped our family Save Kailee and others like her. Sincerely, Owen Wells, Dad of Kailee
|(429) Kate Dougherty
Thu, 8 December 2011 06:04:07 +0000
|(430) jane leen
Mon, 26 December 2011 02:04:52 +0000
I am forwarding info on your book to all my friends. I know how hard it is to be the mother of sick child. Kevin thank you for sharing your story and courage. Many blessings to all of you for giving the rest of us strength.