Wednesday, August 13, 2008

A LITTLE SLOW

My girls get after me because I don't seem to take the time to put anything on my blog. I guess I really don't have much to say lately.
Today I was sitting here at work and decided to read some of my family's blogs. This is not a very good place to read them as I usually end up with tears running down my face. Not a good way to look when you are trying to sell a car. Anyway, I read our friend's (Ross) blog, Rose's blog, Molly's blog, Marcy's blog, and Patty's blog. All of these people have such a gift for writing what is in their hearts. Each one of them had something in them that made a tear come to my eyes. These were tears of happiness, missing Kelly, and realizing what special people I have in my life. Thank you JESUS!!!!
I don't have anything else to say, but that I Love each and every one of you. Ross and your family in Colorado are such a special gift to us. I just wish we lived closer to you guys. Molly and Rose, you two are such special young ladies. You are the apples of your dad's eye. I thank God for you both, each and every day. Marcy, Travis, Gavin and Nate. I am so blessed to have a grown daughter that loves God and her family so much. She has given me the gift of a son-in-law, who I think is fantastic. She also made me a PAPA! I love these little boys. Last, but not least, my wife Patty. Patty, I don't know what I would do with out you. You are my soul mate, my best friend, the love of my life. Thank you for marrying me! God blessed me with such a loving women to share my life with.
That is about it for now. God Bless and will try to post more often.

2 comments:

Patty Grubb said...

and I thank our God for you every single day......love you so much honey
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Kelly's runner said...

Don,

I check your blog regularly and I was so happy to see a new post from you today.

I went to lunch with my Pastor earlier this week. We talked a lot about Kelly's cancer journey, her impact on my life, the added blessing I have to be a part of your family. I always feel so close to you and Patty and the girls even though we don't get to see you as often as we would like.

I got tears in my eyes reading your post today.

Sending my love to my neighbors and family in Montana.

Ross