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... Bill thought I was taking him for a stroll in the park to see friend Rob & Roman. This was Bill's 1st venture outside since his surgery on August 6th. I pushed wheelchaired Bill to the park and he was totally surprised & thrilled to see Roman, my family, friends, JAWS & Chester. We strolled through the park and settled next to Kid's Creek and a picnic table where everyone had a chance to chat with Bill. Later, after ...
... and heartache, from falling into the depths of grief. You must stand up in the storm. You must face the wind and the cold and the darkness. When the storm blows hard you must stand firm, for it is not trying to knock you down, it is really trying to teach you to be strong. Kihelakayo! (Keep going) Mitakuye Oyasin. Hecitu yelo. (We are all related. It is indeed so.)" - Lakota story & words provided by dear friend & neighbor Rich.
... no visitors at this time and hopes everyone understands. More updates to come. Thank you all for the well wishes!
"It is not the end of the physical body that should worry us. Rather, our concern must be to live while we're alive - to release our inner selves from the spiritual death that comes with living behind a facade designed to conform to external definitions of who and what we are."
- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
... the larger tumor, followed by radiation at that site and on the smaller tumor. We have made the tough decisions. We meet with the Neurosurgeon tomorrow morning. Surgery is scheduled for Wednesday, August 6th. We are overwhelmed beyond words. Thank you for all of your love, support, thoughts & prayers. We really need and appreciate it. We are living in the moment and trying to stay strong.
... Bear Sand Dunes NP where we hiked to the #9 Stop, Lake Michigan Overlook. The boys and Dex did the 450’ drop down the sand dune to the lake. Maggie & I met some fellow geocachers in the parking lot before we headed to North Bar Lake where we met Dex and boys after they hiked along the lake after their "big slide". We ate at the RV and then watched “Rain Man” movie together. A full house with size 12 hurdles once again ...