Tuesday, February 20, 2007
  Thoughts for today...
We were all sitting around this morning and as I was looking at the bamboo in the distance, I saw something moving. I couldn't tell what it was, so I asked Andi if she could tell. It was a young coyote.He was looking back over his shoulder to see if he was being followed. He disappeared into the bamboo. Shortly we heard a whole pack howling. I am sorry I was unable to get any pictures. I will try to be faster next time.

I have someone very dear to me that had a stroke three years ago. He is trying to keep up with us on the map. He has a hard time spelling so I spell things out to him and then he has someone help him follow us on the map.

David and I were talking and he told me about a gentleman he knows that had a stroke. He knew David when he walked in, but he couldn't form the words that he wanted to say to express what he was feeling. He said he had never felt so helpless in his whole life. I just wanted to let you know that a stroke doesn't give you the option of choosing the time or place it will happen. My friend had his as he was pulling into his driveway at home and laid there for 45 minutes before he got help to get him to the hospital. My prayers go out to anyone who has had or will have a stroke. May God be with you.

I want to thank David and Val for letting me take a shower and for serving us a wonderful dinner. I am thankful for them to be a part of my family. I will always cherish it. Love, Wanda

Comments:
I have been following your blog from the beginning. Call me picky, but it seems that you would use spell check before publishing. If you want to lend credibility to your cause, try to spell basic words correctly. Afterall, this trek is supposed to have a national following. Even dumb folks know when words are misspelled.
 
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