Thursday, November 27, 2008

What a great Thanksgiving

Okay, so here is part of Will's family. Angel in pink is sitting next to Aunt Karen. Aunt Karen is trying to get my new camcorder to upload pictures on Will's computer at the hospital. Will's three cousins, Billie, Christi, and Magen (they are sisters) are watching the video. So here is everybody watching the computer and Aaron is the only one that remembered he's here to visit Will. Thanks Aaron.

Below is a picture of my two guys. They really like each other. I'm just so glad that Aaron is so comfortable in the hospital.

We took this picture because we don't have one of the main family. Doesn't Will look stylin' in his Hawaiian shirt?



This is our little Fabiola taking a picture with her "husband-t0-be" on Thanksgiving. She is so cute and fun to tease. If the wedding thing doesn't work out, I'm thinking that we are going to just adopt her.


NOW FOR THE FINAL PICTURE
HERE IS PART OF THE FAMILY THAT
CAME UP TO VISIT WILL.
WE HAD TO GET A CONFERENCE ROOM TO
HOLD US ALL.




HERE'S TO FAMILY-THEY KEEP US STRONG.

We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. I know we did. God bless everyone.

2 comments:

Miss W said...

Wow! What a fun time you must have had with all the family. It is so good to see you smiling! It is even more awesome to see the oxygen tubing getting smaller and smaller. I can't wait to see that trach removed!!!

Hope you are well.

Dad is here spending Thanksgiving with us. We really miss Mom! It was a tough anniversary, but we'll get through it!

Hugs
P

Jessica said...

Awesome pictures Terri! Thanks for sharing... we will try to get ours updated soon. We had a sad and thankful Thanksgiving at the same time. Martin's grandma passed away Thanksgiving morning next door at his mom's home. She had lived there for the past several years and turned 90 this fall. Grammy was an incredible woman and touched many lives as Will has! We were thankful that she went peacefully and lived a long wonderful life.
You can see a memorial for her at
http://evansmemorial.blogspot.com
Please keep us all in your prayers during this difficult time.
Love you all!
Jess