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May 18, 2016

 

Today is May 17th, a day that is etched in my memory, doubtful that it will ever be forgotten or go unnoticed. Four years ago today May 17th was the day my grandson Jesse perfect and curious as he was fell into our backyard pond at 10 months of age, drowned, and was r...

April 1, 2015

 

 

May 17th is a date that one Mississauga family will never forget. Mine is the family and the date was the day my ten month old grandson Jesse fell into our backyard pond. His heart stopped beating and he survived 55 minutes without drawing a single breath of life giv...

December 22, 2014

You might wonder why I feature a picture of a professional football stadium in a  Christmas blog.

I can't quite give a sane sounding answer to that. It's just the way my mind works. Somewhere I see a link that my abstract thinking brain connects. Really, it's not so muc...

November 7, 2014

In the early mornng hours I sit and pray.  It is a choice I make to meet with the God in whom I believe.  A time to exercise the faith He has given me to hope for better things, to hope for health, to hope for healing, to trust him for a day of blessing today and the...

October 21, 2014

It has been six months since I have posted an update on this blog.  My apologies to all of you who have followed Jesse's progress with interest and empathy.  Many of you have been faithful in your support of our dream of helping Jesse develop to be more today than he w...

April 16, 2014

 Since Mother's Day is on our doorstep I thought I would share some comments with you our friends who have faithfully followed this blog as long as you have. I guess I could talk about my own mother (who was absolutely amazing) or I could talk about my wife, the mother...

April 7, 2014

Yup...Jesse has me thinking again.

 

He requires so much of our time, but how blessed we are to have him. He has the seemingly endless ability to ground us. His influence forces us to reevaluate our priorities and the priorities by the way, always seem to be about peopl...

March 19, 2014

DON’T WORRY, BE HAPPY

 

One of my favorite stories is about a small town family with a father who leaves his son at home one Saturday afternoon because his son isn't feeling well. He tells his son, "Don't go swimming with your buddies.

 

"The son says, “No sir, I won’t!"

 

T...

March 12, 2014

WHAT IF YOU WERE AN EMPTY VESSEL?

WHAT IF YOU COULD REFIL YOURSELF WITH ANYTHING YOU CHOOSE?

WHAT IF YOU COULD START AGAIN?

 

My grandson Jesse is starting again. Since the drowning he survived at 10 months of age damaged so much that was becoming him, in just a few momen...

March 3, 2014

I have no idea how time is moving so fast when this winter seems to be just snow shoeing along so slowly. I know I'm not alone in this but I stand waist deep in the company of many who have seen just about enough ice, snow and wind for one winter. Nevertheless the week...

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