Tuesday, October 16, 2007

This will be my last post unless something dramatic happens. I love communicating with all of you, friends and family, alike. But, at some point I know I need to stop and go on with life as this new normal.

Jim continues to improve and is still in therapy, speech and occupational. He's fallen into somewhat of a routine but gets bored easily. The better he gets the more he realizes all that has transpired. It's hard for him. Depression seeks him out and he fights it. My last prayer request would be to continue to lift him to God for realizing God saved his life for a real purpose. He is having a hard time finding his way and worth in life.

Everyone has been so wonderful, again, I will never be able to thank each life who has touched ours but God knows and I ask him to bless each of you.

We will be moving to a small house the end of this month. This will be a monumental task to sizing down from what we have. It's ok, its all good. I trust we will find the beauty of simplicity of life.

Our kids and grandkids are all doing well and getting on with there lives. I am sure they will be forever impacted by all that has gone on this year. Their faith has grown and their awe of Gods provision thru his people.

If you would like occasional updates, I sometimes post on my personal blog, (http://mariesue.blogspot.com}

God bless you each and every one.



Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
"Just happened" to check this blog
today...thank you for taking the
time to update us and for allowing
us to take a peek at the journey
our precious Lord has been taking
you thru. You have truly been a blessing and a great teacher.
We love you
Steve and Helen

Anonymous said...

Hi, Jim, Sue, and family,

Thanks so much for keeping us up to date as we waited and prayed during Jim's recovery. I know it took time and effort with your hectic schedule and we appreciate it.

We wish you well as you make the move to a smaller home and "release some of your belongings to the universe." At least that's how one author described it in her book, Rightsizing Your Life. :)We found it to be very freeing.

We will continue to keep all of you in our prayers as you transition to your "new normal." God didn't bring you this far to leave you--He will remain faithful.

All of you have been a great encouragement to us. Thanks for being so open and vulnerable. Ken really enjoyed his recent visit with you, Jim. Your improvement amazed him. Keep up the good work with your therapies. Way to go, Jim!

Take care. We'll be in touch.


Rosa and Ken