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Videos Galore

I've been meaning for some time now to share the videos put together by Jewish hospital about my story. The day I found out I was going to be released from Frazier, Adam suggested we go back and visit the nurses in the ICU. As the day went on and word spread that we were coming for a visit, the hospital decided to film and photograph the event. As a result, this video was put together...

A few weeks after I came home the videographer asked to come out to our house to take some footage of us with Landon.The second video was used during nurses week this year. It is a final edit of the first video so the two are very similar.

It is so very hard for me to express the amount of gratitude that I have to each and every person that cared for me while I was in the hospital. Looking back on the video, I am overcome with tears. I feel like I'm right back there again and completely unable to say the right words to these people who did so much for me. I wish I could do this all over and say something more prophetic, but even as I sit here today almost six months later, I realize that there are not, nor probably ever will be, enough words to convey my emotions and feelings for these care givers. It is with all my heart that I just say Thank you and hope that is enough.

On a lighter note, here is video I just took of Landon getting ready to crawl. He wanted that ball and was determined to get it. Any bets on how much longer until he is up and moving on all fours?