Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Thank You

After more than 2 years of writing about our life, I think the time has come to close the electronic cover of my blog.  In a world where a video of someone getting smacked in the nuts gets 3 million hits, my blog's 5,000 visitors seems tiny but it has made a huge difference for me.  Hopefully I have helped some people, made others laugh, and made others think.  It has been a great outlet for me and I've made some friends along the way and reacquainted with others.  Linda has just finished the final touches of her reconstruction and the results are incredible.  We have some preventative surgeries in our future but outside that, I am anxious to take what we have learned and move on to the next chapter of our lives.  We are not the same people we were on Dec 12 2007 and, for the most part, that is a good thing.  It took a while, but I found my God living in my heart where it had always been.  You won't read about my God in a book nor hear about my God on the TV and even if I tried, I couldn't explain my God to you.  It's all good :)

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for spending the last 2 years with me online and in my heart.

God Bless,


Jude said...

It was an incredible journey to be on the sidelines with you and Linda, John. I'll miss your posts and pictures though, do you have to stop blogging altogether?

God bless you both!

John said...

Thanks Jude for being a loyal reader. For the time being I'm going to grab life by the horns and hold on...no time to look back, no time to look forward, just time to enjoy the ride :)

Jude said...

And enjoy life you both should! Godspeed! HUGS!

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