Thursday, October 18, 2007


Romans 5 vs 1-5

I still keep my hope.

Nothing really new with Mo. We have an appointment next week that will check her vision, so that will be interesting to see what the results are. She's looked pretty good on my last couple of visits. We're still having a little bit of a battle with her chair and trying to get something that will fit her better. I ask that we remain in your prayers.

I put on about 3000 miles the past few weeks and have only stopped by my place in Coralville for a few short stops. The Pennsylvania trip went well(other than the football game) and Danielle says Hi to everyone. Stopped by to see some old neighbors the Foresters and the Hoshis. A trip to Minneapolis for the Robbins wedding and a day with Jawon and then onto my brothers cabin near Hayward, Wi. Spent a couple of days in Eau Claire with my folks.

My plans for this weekend changed as one of Mary's Aunt's passed away(Leona) so I'll be checking out the concert tonight in Iowa City with a couple of last minute replacements. Jayne(Mary's sister) and husband Ron were coming down and then onto the lake but they are staying in Minnesota for the funeral. My prayers are with the Hanson's.

I'll be heading down to the lake this weekend. The house is progressing. Interior doors and trim have started and the flooring should start soon. I've decided to put up the other lake house for sale. It's been a hard decision but I think it's the best. It's been a tough place to go to and tough place to leave as many great times and memories are there. It's tough for me to sit on the dock and not see Mary up on the deck. A great time was had there by all.

Please put December 2nd on your calendar.. Sarah Lepp a childhood friend of Moriah's will be performing a piano recital at our church. It will be at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Sarah is a music student at the University of Texas. The proceeds from this recital will go to Mary's scholarship fund. I'll get you some more details in a few weeks.

I'm still trying to come up with a time that we can have a get together and dedication for the plaque in the Galway neighborhood. I'll keep you posted.

Please keep long time friend Kathy Baack in your prayers as she continues her battle with cancer.

I'm starting to understand some people's attraction with the road. Freedom is a cool thing. Everything is a journey and I continue to be so blessed by all your friendships.

May the Lord guide you down the road.
God Bless


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