Wednesday, February 08, 2006
That's about all from our camp. Jeremy did say to tell you that 15 comments were simply not acceptable after the 27 that he received the first week-he just loves attention doesn't he? Thanks again for all you are doing to support him. I'm sure that he'll be back next week (as well as checking for comments daily)-be sure to tune in for the next installment. ;)
Thaqnks for coming off the bench as a pinch hitter. Since Jeremy appears to be keeping score let's all pitch in and show the boy that he's not the only star on the team. Glad to hear that he is not sluffing off on his responibilities to keep up the therapy. We will keep up our part with the prayers etc.
You are doing great. I think we can all agree with Sarah. I know that I would not have handled any of this with the determination, class, and courage that you have. Here is a little doctor joke that made me laugh. Hope you have a great week.
A man goes to the doctor and says:
"It hurts when I press here" (pressing his side)
"And when I press here" (pressing the other side)
"And here" (his leg)
"And here, here and here" (his other leg, and both arms)
So the doctor examined him all over and finally discovered what was wrong... "You've got a broken finger!"
What a trooper you are, going to therapy even with your swollen and sore hand. Really, the way you've handled this entire thing is inspirational, and will continue to give me perspective when dealing with difficulties in my life.
Stay strong and keep up the good work. I'll be sending you positive thoughts for a quickly healing hand.
Glad to hear everything went well :) and that you're still doing well.
Thank you for all the updates.
So glad to hear that your surgery went as planned..another step toward recovery. Jeremy you are amazing, Keep up the great attitude. We are behind you in prayer 100 percent.
Reg and Mary Jo
I'm glad the surgery is over. I'll be it hurts. I'm glad you sticking to the therapy. You just continue to amaze me with your attitude and perseverence.
Keep it up! Love and prayers,
Jo Ann Hatfield
You don't know me but I am a faithful blog reader and your journey is very inspiring to me.
I am an IPS teacher who works in the special education department (I have worked with your dad for years) and I understand how much of a life change this is for your family. My husband is losing his vision and we are on a life changing journey as well. These journeys strengthen us. We are just spirits in a material world, after all. I will continue to pray for you and yours.
Keep the faith,