March 7, 2011 forever changed the history of our family as we learned of the presence of a Glioblastoma tumor in our dad's brain, which we have affectionately called the Deathstar. Join us in the battle against the Deathstar.
Love all these pictures!
Great pictures! Thanks, Michelle!
Great pictures. Dave, I sent a information email this morning. Here is the comment your cousin sent back. "Thank you for the wonderful news. The Lord works i miraculous ways. What a wonderful Sunday blessing." Alan McEachernKeep on trucking around the halls.All my love, Dad
This ia voice way back from the past. So happy to hear the good news. Janice, you look the same as 30 years ago! I dated Russel in the 70's just before his mission, taught him a little bit of how to play the piano...then in the 80's worked with Janice in PTA, we were roomates at the state convention, and we joined forces of school choirs for a concert one year. Went through the losses of our babies in the same ward. It's been a long time. But I feel like Alma and the sons of Mosiah, we are still one in the Lord! So sorry to hear about the tumor but wonderful to hear the good news. Where do you all live now? We are in Layton, Utah after 20 years in Michigan. I will check this blog for updates. May the Lord bless you all. -Marion (and Ken) Denos Stewart