Monthly Archives: June, 2010
Just received the good news – no more surgery is needed! What blessings! Yes there will be chemotherapy. Tomorrow we will design the regimen. In this morning’s walk we covered 3.62 miles in 1 hr 3 min – back to my old time before surgery. Thanks Brett for a great walk. Before the walk I [...]
Watch and listen to Joan read Emily Dickenson’s poem “I dwell in Possibility.”Video 7. As I walked today, a full hour reaching my normal mid-point site, I thought about what is the first step in “Dwelling in Possibility” in meeting a challenge. It has been for me and I believe it is also true for you [...]
Today is the first day after surgery, last Thursday June 24th, that i walked for my normal 1 hr period of time. How grateful I am to live in a place of such incredible beauty! My soul soars as I walk up and down the hills and valleys of our beloved canyon. Thanks to all [...]
What does it mean to answer the call to your greatness? Watch this video and experience how a man who has lost a leg and a woman who has lost an arm express their greatness through this beautiful dance The dance on You Tube. Thank You Katie and John for the gift of this video. [...]
Watch Joan read a poem by Rumi – The Source of Joy Video 6 I felt such joy as I was walking today in the canyon. I find this time in nature so rejuvenating. It allows me quiet time, time to settle in, within, peacefully, to let the world drift by and know I am part of [...]
Thanks so much for volunteering to walk with me: Monday June 28th, Judith, Tuesday – anyone interested in an early walk? – Wednesday, Brett, Thursday, Shae and Friday, Lauri. WOW! What glorious support! THANK YOU ALL!
Watch Joan speaking from her office in this video Video 2. After surgery we returned to our friend’s home in Denver and soon thereafter I began eating fruit, laying down and watching TV of “Big Cats” with Stu. Later I was able to have supper with Maggie’s family and guest. It was wonderful. This morning [...]
Resting quietly in bed – somewhat loopy. No unexpected problems. Amazing how fast one can get in and out of the hospital and still lose parts along the way.
Just talked with the surgeon and Joan did well. She is in phase 1 recovery and I will be able to see her in about an hour. They now have the tissue they need to determine what happens next.
Friends are askng “How are you?” Here is my answer. I am prepared to walk through a door that opens to a new dimension of life; to experience life in a way I have never experienced before; to open to a deeper level of compassion and commitment to life; to connect with you, my friends, in [...]