I wanted to share something my wife, Jen, wrote yesterday about our experience Sunday. I’m grateful for this miracle, and cautious because I know hydrocephalus can turn on a dime and we can find ourselves in the emergency room again. From Jen’s Facebook post: If you’re tired of all the negativity in the world rightContinue reading “Cautiously grateful”
For those who don’t know, Xavier is back at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Over the past few weeks he’s been having headaches on and off. He would usually take some Tylenol and sleep it off. Sunday he was in pain and didn’t eat much after breakfast. He was sleepy and he started to get dizzy. These areContinue reading “Hydrocephalus strikes again”
I’m a land lover. I am not crazy about flying. I like the rubber on the pavement and my feet on the ground. Up here in the Olympic Peninsula, they have these things called ferries. Not the kind you see in Fablehaven with magical powers, but the kind which float on water. They are largeContinue reading “This is hydrocephalus”
Life can get really busy. I’m 47 years old now. I have two kids who are living in other parts of the world, one in Iowa and one in the Ukraine. We still have 4 children at home. I run my own business. I have a demanding church calling. This all makes time fly by. But before too much time passes, I wanted to get this written down. This is a hard one for me to write. Spoiler alert, there was no tragedy. Life went on as usual. But my heart aches and I get so sad when I think about what happened in Cedar City, Utah a couple weeks ago, and it’s all my fault.
Life is hard. Starting a business isn’t easy. In November 2007 I decided to quit a good-paying job that I hated, and take a crack again at starting another business. I’ve started several. Most have failed. I’ve been blessed and my company Professional Cable is still running almost 10 years later. We supply cables suchContinue reading “Million Dollar Bribe”
Xavier had a good appointment with his ophthalmologist this week and it was good news; No need to wear glasses for now! We go back in 5 months for a follow up. He may still need glasses later. Everything else is going really well. He’s under weight but eating pretty well. He starts preschool onContinue reading “I believe in miracles”