Hi, Bev, what great news!! You are now a free woman--ready to do anything and everything, and knowing you, you will! We are looking to see you back with us again on Monday ready to tackle new music. See you, Rosellen
So glad to hear that you are back on the road - big time. The freeway can be daunting. Can't wait to see you on campus at OLLI-CSUF when we resume in June for the summer.
Love the new picture. Lucky is a lucky pup.
What wonderful news about rehab. Reading Adam's book on the rehab section he points out how beneficial it is, and apparently you agree. Did they ever find the source of your bleeding? Can't remember what the end result was. Continue to do well. You are one of my favorite people. Thank God Adam brought us all together.
So glad that you are "out and about".
The rehab sounds like it is exactly what is now needed and will help you to know just what you can do and build you confidence.
Quite an adventure you have been having.
Our love and prayers are with you as you
journey. Love, Dean and Fran
Long time since I have written you. I am sooo glad to hear that your recovery is progressing so well. You are a strong, courageous, faithful lady and I love you!
I am letting my emotions carry me along a road that is rather fragile now. I have learned to allow my feelings to show so that is why I am telling you.
Our last day together with Rex - in Orange County - was yesterday. My wishes for a separation over the past 6 months has come to a reality. He is moving to Redmond, Oregon. He will always be a " best friend". I will visit him and he will visit me. It is going to be best for both of us. But "breaking up is hard to do".
Good Morning Beverly
Thanks for the good news update. How do your dogs feel about a dog walker instead of their "mommy"? My daughter has 2 rescued greyhounds and one of them is very attached to her. He "cries" for her when she leaves for work and looks out the window for every vehicle sound he hears when it's about time for her to return home.Pets are wonderful companions, aren't they? Continue to do well, you are an inspiration to those of us who are still recovering.
Way to go Bev, you looked great at Emmanuel today - proof if in the pudding, isn't it? I just finished reading all of my sister's clippings and commentaries from the Mspl. Tribune and WSJ - whew!! Keep in touch. Love ya, Irene
Isn't it interesting that during an earthquake we remember exactly where we were and what we were doing!! Had a lovely Easter and a good visit with LaVerne. So quiet after she's gone. Enjoy the gorgeous weather and remember Type A's have a tough time slowing down but SLOW DOWN. Love ya, Irene
It took us a bit to realize we were having an earthquake yesterday. Clyde was out on the back porch reading, and he thought our workmen had done something to the porch to make it unstable. We had to replace the railing last week, because of dry rot, and things were moving! He looked up and saw the water sloshing out of the pool and realized it was a quake. I was standing in the kitchen (as usual), and it took me a minute to connect, too. I'm glad you came through without damage or injury.
It sounds nice to hear you are able to get out and walk. Hope to see you soon.
The Little Engine That Could....but not quite yet :-). Glad that you find a realistic perspective to what you can and cannot quite yet accomplish.
It was quite wonderful to see and be with you yesterday. The breakfast club is once again complete.
You will however need to work on your paper straw cover blowing technique.
Love to you dear lady. Nancy Kent
I am home again - had a rigorous week in DC -and I loved every minute. It is good to crawl into my own bed, though. I had a quiet Easter with Cathy and Bella - I even did my laundry. So happy to hear your healing news and your OK to drive again! Freedom at last!
Good reports are something we look forward to and I'm really glad to hear yours is what it is. You have been such an inspiration as to how to overcome obstacles that get put in our way. Kudos to you. Enjoy your freedom of driving again. Way to go.
wonderful news today bev.....you have been a trooper i am glad it is behind you now.
i got scott pretty good today on the phone...
it made him so unhappy because he always calls the family members and reminds them "look out for mom! it's april 1st!" makes it extra fun to get him!! :)
happy easter (we are doing the after 11 service coffee /cake etc & having 10 for easter dinner). h.s. friends from iowa are here. love from az! donna
Good news to hear about your progress. Here's more good news:
Jay inherited almost $1 million, and is sharing it with me! Well, I'm going to share my good luck, and give you half, about $250,000! I'll give you a cashier's check when you return to Windsong Players.
How great to continue to get Good News from you! Carryl and Ben Hardwick are at my church
here in Green Valley and are retiring after
teaching Bible Study here for 13 years. We are honoring them on the 18th of April. Have a neat note from Fr. Rob to read. They are a great pair. Hugs to you. Vern
What a joy it was to see you at the Altar Guild gathering! You bless every friend and activity that you have.
I agree. Our church is a healing church
specifically because it is made up of people like you.
What a blessing to get back to church. Am sure your friends had sorely missed you. Your new photo is wonderful, that smile is wonderful. Thanks for all your encouraging notes to me. Keep healing and psting.
Boy, you certainly are a lady of determination. I can't believe how well you are coming along.
You have had lots of good wishes sent your way from the folks at OLLI-CSUF.
Remember that I am not that far away if you need a ride to the doctor or a trip to the store.
PS I really like the new picture with Lucky.
What a wonderful idea this journal has been for those of us not so much in the know. With your drive, optimism, verve for life and large and loving circle of friends, I've always felt you would make a remarkabe recovery. I once offered my assistance if I could do anything and would like to repeat it once again. I am fully ambulatory now and drive around the county, so I'm available. As hard as it is, listen to your body and your doctor's timetable. Fondly, Marilyn Halamandaris
Bevery, so great to hear you are doing so well. Not having to go back to see the wonderful surgeon Dr. cunningham (that name, by the way, Dr. Cunningham, was the doctor's name that delivered by brother many years back)I always remember the name, my mom thought he was wonderful too.
Nice to have your home care attendent - that made a big difference for Richard to have his visiting nurse come every day for a while - it is comforting and I hate to say, but we/he looked forward to it for a while and then it was further liberating when he no longer needed her.
Keep up the good work, I bet you look great!
Richard's wife, Susan
Loved your news. Living life once again b-Op that's before operation. Know you'll remember to call a friend when/where help is needed.
Love, continued healing, strength for the journey and major blessings on you dear lady.
Fun day, picking lemons, grapefruits and yes, limes!! Sophie said she squeezed several gallons of juice this afternoon and will freeze it for the Swiss picnic (don't forget you are going). You looked great, isn't it funny if we look great everything else falls into place. Glad everything is finally working so we can get on with the next step - living!! Bless you dear friend. Love, Irene