Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Hello to All - Things are going well at home. Bo met today with a local "hand therapist" and she is going to meet with him twice a week to help the hand out. I hope she just realize the Bo does better when someone is making him work his hand out then doing it on his own. But that is also another whole story.
On another quick note, today is Bo and my 7 year anniversary from the day we met. I know that seems crazy, but you all now know that I am crazy, to remember. But who could forget the day that I interviewed with FIG and didn't get the job...Seriously though I kept that one my day planner. What a crazy ride it has been. I wouldn't change a thing, well maybe the cancer part, but whatever it takes to get you to realize what someone really means to you. What you will do for them, who you will stand up against and who you be quite you Bo and another 100 years more.
Christi, Addi and Bo


Anonymous said...

Christi, Bo,and Addi,

Happy first day you met!! A very special day that brought two unique people together whose love for each other created a beautiful individual that is the best of each of you.

Aunt Mary and Uncle Jeff

Anonymous said...

You guys met for a greater purpose. You probably did not want that job anyway- you ended up with 4 others instead, including a big one at FIG. You are both inspirational- be strong.

Cindy Reed said...

Dear Christi:
Congratulations on your 7 year anniversary. I am a business associate of Bo's and have been reading the blog every day for the last 5 months. In my company we have been praying for Bo every day and we never gave up because we knew he was strong and he had you and Addi. You are incredible human being and it has been a pleasure admiring your strength and courage through this blog. I only hope and pray that in a similiar circumstance I could exibit a fraction of your strength and positive attitude. I am sure you as beautiful on the inside as you are on the outside. I am so happy for your beautiful family. I did not want to bother you during all your turmoil, but thought it was now appropriate to let you know how much we have cared, prayed and kept optimistic for all of you. I am sure you have no idea how special you are.....I hope someday I have the pleasure of meeting you. Give my best to Bo!
Take care and be well,
Cindy Reed