Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Easter, family & friends

Good Friday, Easter, and Dan's visit home have come and gone, and it was enjoyable.

He was able to attend Good Friday and Easter services at church, and saw a number of people, many of you, who help out with his meals and care when he is home.

Friday was egg coloring time at our house and grandma K's. The tradition continued with the next generation of Addy & GG K.


Easter brought family together: Grand parents, Aunts & Uncles, Cousins , Brother & Sis-in-law, and of course Dan's 3 Nieces. A delicious dinner was enjoyed, followed by G-ma J's "world famous" Easter egg hunt.


Cousin Don was in town, and as always, has surreal Military adventures to tell. We are proud and thankful for his service to our country.

A local friend, John, who has a similar injury to Dan's, dropped by for a few hours to hang out. Of course, watching the CUBS win.



Dan's health was pretty good for the most part. The swings in his blood pressure are still puzzling, but hopefully it will not be a deterrent for him to finish these few weeks left of school.



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Praying the last weeks of school go great!!!!!
Connie

La Buscadora said...

Dan, Just catching up on your blog! Hope you're doing well!!!

Anonymous said...

I am a student at Cedarville and just wanted to say what a blessing it is to have Dan here. I don't actually know him personally, but I can testify to how big of an impact his perseverance has been even to students he doesn't know. I pray for Dan and your family often and will continue to do so.

Thank you Dan for giving God the glory through harder times than any of us could imagine. Your smile on campus is so very encouraging.

To Him be the glory!

Joshua said...

Hmm, I hope you have enjoyed the early Cub victories. The Cardinals have risen to the top now at the hands of the Cubbies this past weekend.

Shakes
OPE '98

Joshua said...

Hmm, I hope you have enjoyed the early Cub victories. The Cardinals have risen to the top now at the hands of the Cubbies this past weekend.

Shakes
OPE '98