This is a wonderful story. I'd noticed it days ago but neglected to read
it. I'm glad I finally did. Her example is wothy to copy, and I'll try
to follow it.
It's good to hear some people survive head surgery and live to inspire
others. After 29 years of teaching/administration in Idaho I fell in the
classroom and hit my head on the floor. After 4 days of severe headaches I had
an MRI conducted and found a tumor the size of a baseball inside. Survived the
operation to remove the bandit but have lost my job, and survived the past 6
months in my apartment by myself. No visitors, no church support, no family
support. Wonderful to hear these neat experiences but hard to take after not
having such a wonderful experience. The only good thing I would like to see is
the Aggies beat the Y before I die. That will be a story to write about.
What a wonderful story. Those great Idahoans are hard to kill. From a native
What an awesome story. When I saw her photo I immediately thought 'what a
beautiful woman.' Now I know she's as beautiful inside as out. Great