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Year Two

On August 16, 2012 we awoke early to drive to Hershey, PA for Jonah’s outpatient amputation surgery.  In some ways it feels like a lifetime ago and in other ways it feels like only yesterday.  Just thinking about it all … Continue reading

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One Year

Today marks one year since Jonah’s amputation.  We are thrilled how well he has adapted and doesn’t even think about it.  Sometimes I (DeAnna) feel so silly that I look at his hand thinking maybe his finger really is there, … Continue reading

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We are doing well!  Our lives have been a roller coaster since May with extreme highs and lows.  We are thrilled that Jonah had a good report from the surgeons in Pennsylvania and Missouri.  Both have confirmed that there isn’t … Continue reading

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Miracles do happen

We are currently staying in Harrisburg Pennsylvania, so I get to read the Patriot News newspaper every morning, the physical paper not pennlive.com, the one I used to deliver on my bicycle a few decades ago. Today I was disappointed … Continue reading

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God’s Peace

Many of you read about Jonah’s hospital stay in Cameroon, and many of the visits we have had since the accident on May 31st when a portable basketball goal fell on his hand and caused severe trauma to two of … Continue reading

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