Hi Tom. I don't know if you've heard, but our beloved sister Judy departed this world for home on Sunday, May 1. I know she got a warm welcome, and "well done". I have no doubt she and Annie have had a joyful reunion.
hi tom, i think of you and cathy often . my hands are so much worse and swallowing too . i sure do wish the Lord would come and pick me up . it is very trying not having hands . do you find that is the toughest thing ? many people think it is loss of speech , while that is hard, losing hands is #1 for me . how are you tom? We never know or understand fully all the roads the Lord makes us walk upon; however, we can be confident that wherever the roads lead, it is done from His heart of love and always for His glory. keep looking up , my friend , as I will also . my steve is such a strength to me.
Hi Tom just found you on the map Barry had put together from an old post. I am originally from the Fulton area and thought I would say hi to another upstater. Believe it or not I miss what was once home.
Thinking of you. Hope you are doing ok. I got to go visit my dad for about a week the first of June in Dallas. He is doing reasonably well for having this dreaded disease. He loves when my brother takes him out to the movies on the weekends. Take care, Kim
Just dropped by to say Hi! Hope you are doing ok. My dad is doing pretty good for having ALS. He was happy to stroll around the other day out in the fresh air in his PWC. Come on spring. Take care, Kim
Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas. Boy, it's sneaking up in a hurry this year. All my boys want is more video games. Our daughter clothes and make-up. lol My daughter was picking on me last weekend when my friend helped me with my make-up for my work Christmas party. My daughter said I looked more like a clown. Not quite the look I was going for. lol Take care, Kim