Sunday, December 24, 2006

Why therapists rarely go out of business

Hi everyone:

When Kelly opted against a dress that PJ wanted her to wear, PJ decided to try on--and model-- the dress. Any chance he might have issues? The bottom right picture, I am told, is PJ's impression of Marilyn Monroe. Whatever...

Love,
Brian

3 comments:

Pam Smith said...

I've never responded nor commented on your blog; however I am a faithful and continuous reader. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Brian, you are a wonderful writer and thoughtful husband. Patty, you are amazingly strong through all of this. I am a mother of 3 kids under 10 and am constantly aware of how difficult all of this must be. Our family is in North Carolina. My husband has not read this blog; however appreciates how important your situation has become to me. There are so many hidden thoughts and discussions that I am sure must be a large part of each and everyone of your days. God bless you for reaching out in this way. I also try to keep some record of our lives in case anything ever happens to one or the other of our unit = what a wonderful decision. Brian, thank each and every one of your lucky stars to be able to work in the fashion that you do. Patty; be persistant with your insurance company - it will pay off with hard work. I will continue to follow your progress with all the heartfelt wishes that comes with that. If there's ever anything remotely possible for me to do for you please let me know. I've come to know you through this blog and would love to see a full recovery as I am sure you would. My girls only know that I follow you and explain it as something like a penpal. God Bless ALL of your family and hang in there - there are so many wonderful moments captured here. I chose this day to finally send my thoughts because it is one of the most special and important times of the year and as I sit here on Christmas Eve waiting for the wee ones to sleep - I think of life where you are and want only to have you whole and to have you share as much with your kids as I do with mine. Brian; don't despair as I feel that you do, over your limited time with your kids; they know you do everything humanly possible to share every moment with them and will never forget it - no matter the wait between visits.
Merry Christmas Brian and Patty - heartfelt warmth from Mebane NC and know that I am always "listening"....Much love from NC
Pam Smith

Pam Smith said...

I've never responded nor commented on your blog; however I am a faithful and continuous reader. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Brian, you are a wonderful writer and thoughtful husband. Patty, you are amazingly strong through all of this. I am a mother of 3 kids under 10 and am constantly aware of how difficult all of this must be. Our family is in North Carolina. My husband has not read this blog; however appreciates how important your situation has become to me. There are so many hidden thoughts and discussions that I am sure must be a large part of each and everyone of your days. God bless you for reaching out in this way. I also try to keep some record of our lives in case anything ever happens to one or the other of our unit = what a wonderful decision. Brian, thank each and every one of your lucky stars to be able to work in the fashion that you do. Patty; be persistant with your insurance company - it will pay off with hard work. I will continue to follow your progress with all the heartfelt wishes that comes with that. If there's ever anything remotely possible for me to do for you please let me know. I've come to know you through this blog and would love to see a full recovery as I am sure you would. My girls only know that I follow you and explain it as something like a penpal. God Bless ALL of your family and hang in there - there are so many wonderful moments captured here. I chose this day to finally send my thoughts because it is one of the most special and important times of the year and as I sit here on Christmas Eve waiting for the wee ones to sleep - I think of life where you are and want only to have you whole and to have you share as much with your kids as I do with mine. Brian; don't despair as I feel that you do, over your limited time with your kids; they know you do everything humanly possible to share every moment with them and will never forget it - no matter the wait between visits.
Merry Christmas Brian and Patty - heartfelt warmth from Mebane NC and know that I am always "listening"....Much love from NC
Pam Smith = typesmith2002@yahoo.com

ashley said...

O.O....he is so getting made fun of for this....