Monday, November 2, 2009

Walking with Crutches


Jane said...

I've had a horrible day. I haven't slept in way too long, I feel like all I ever do is study, and that I have no life at all. I've spent half the day debating my choice in life to become a doctor.

And then I saw these pictures. And it reminded me that sometimes things SUCK, but to keep on trucking ... and working hard.

And, it reminded me to be thankful of all my IRL friends and bloggy friends (and their husbands) that are working so hard and selflessly to give me the opportunity to follow my dream.

Thank you for doing what you do. Thank you for not giving up.

Wife of a Wounded Soldier said...

Whoo hoo!

Anonymous said...

Dave, unbelievable! On crutches and movin on your own. This is such amazing progress to see. Hope things are going well and you continue to make these great strides and progress. Soon enough you'll be on your way to the next venture in life which if basing on your attitude now, you'll conquer!

Long-time RN said...

Strong work, Dave! Thoughts and prayers for continued progress.

Far From Perfect said...

Your Nebraska Fan Club checking in on you all..

Great pictures. You two are in my daily thoughts & prayers. I meet a young man from around here, who also lost his leg.. He said the Chaplin at Walter Reed saved his life.

Thinking & praying

Long-time RN said...

To Dave and Liz, our thanks and gratitude on Veteran's Day and every single day.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to come by and reiterate what your commenter above just posted. Thank you very much for the service both of you have given to our country. Thank you for setting such an example of strength and courage. Thank you for sharing your journey.