Comments: December 16 Final Update

Your ocean photos are the best.

Posted by Mauricio at December 16, 2006 7:45 PM

Your are so right Ted. It surely doesn't matter how often we repeat a prayer. After you reminded me of that - I thought to myself, maybe it wasn't an "oops" that I typed the little prayer in twice. Maybe God was leading my thoughts and my fingers. I think it was because
my heart was aching for you and your lack of strength that my thoughts ended up twice on paper. Anyway, thanks for making me feel better about it. I appreciated that a lot.

Very glad that today was a bit better for you. I'm sure the blood you received did help. I've had that same experience a few times.

I'm very sad to hear of your very youthful neighbor having MS. Sure makes a person wonder why something like that happens to one person and spares someone else. That is when our faith is tested, and we simply and plainly have to trust God's plan.

My very best to you for a good day tomorrow. My prayers continue each and everyday for you. Ruth

Posted by Ruth Berlien at December 16, 2006 10:04 PM

You know some think Ted I lern english in a barn in winter tme your father AND MOTHER writte the words in the frosend glaSses of it with melissia, around the best cow in the country not main yours.I dont want to take a dictinary bicouse if I DO IT WILL DONT WRITTE THIS LETTER TO YOU.PAIN IS PART OF LIFE WITH OUT IT YOU WILL NOT BE LIVING LOVE EVERY THING YOU HAVE TODAY IT IS ALL WE HAVE, LOVE YOU GIRL AND YOUR DOG YOUR PAIN IS PART OF LIFE AND LIFE IS ALL WE HAVE AND YOU ARE PART OF IT.

Posted by Mauricio at December 16, 2006 11:44 PM

HelloTed,
Glad you are feeling better(like you stated, "the blood transfusion was beneficial".
You are enduring alot and my prayors can not stop for you, they are endless. Please, rest frequently.
Take Care,
David

Posted by David at December 17, 2006 11:12 AM

Mauricio,
I would take more photos, if I had the energy.

Posted by Ted at December 17, 2006 5:35 PM