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  • May 12, 2010 2:46pm

    In honor of Ian Cosgrove, I would like to donate to the CaringBridge. I love you Ian and am very thankful you came through this as well as you did!

    Ms. Julie L. Bendixen

  • May 5, 2010 3:40pm

    I am so glad and relieved that you are getting back on track. I knew when you were headed home that that was a good sign! You remain in our thoughts and look forward to seeing you. 

    Allison & Austin 

    Allison Harvey

  • Apr 28, 2010 5:46pm

    Julie and Ian,

    I am so happy for Ian's progress.  I will miss your witty writing of a difficult subject, Julie.  Hope you will print them all out and if you don't want to write a book you can do a pamphlet they could hand out to other accident victim families.  I'm still going to get over with cookies for Ian.  Any favorite kind?

    Sally Parks (Sonja's grandma)

    Sally Parks
    Minneapolis, MN

  • Apr 28, 2010 6:12am

    Ian, great news about all the healing going on!
    I will miss your Mom's updates and her writting style. Have a great summer--enjoy the lawn work, cleaning, cooking, dog duties and what ever other ideas of payback your mom comes up with!

    Kathleen Ackermann

  • Apr 27, 2010 10:23pm

    Hi Julie, Well.......you have been through an amazing journey and I am so happy for all of you that Ian is back to his old self.  I don't know him but through your writings I feel as if I do And again am so thankful that he is ok.  Your writings were  wonderful and uplifting to all of us that followed them.  I will miss your updates because with each one of them your news kept getting better..........Take care and God Bless all of you!   Jackie Stamos Harris

    Jackie Harris

  • Apr 27, 2010 10:11pm

    Congratulations Ian! And Julie,  I'll miss your journal entries. Carol and i were talking the other day and she asked if I had an update on "Julie's son" and I gave her the full-on low down on every detail as if I'm living with the lot of you.

    Let's hope that loss of cynasism  is only a momentary laps, you'd never be the same without it! (Or is that a cynacle statement?)

    I'll see you soon.

    Polly Letofsky

  • Apr 23, 2010 5:11pm

    I am so happy to see that the good reports that I expected are coming in. It is also great to see my great-niece Jada being a support for Naomi. We are still praying for you all.
    Dana, Steve, Taylor and Evan Williams
    (Greg's Aunt, Uncle and cousins) 

    Dana Williams

  • Apr 23, 2010 8:06am

    Julie and Ian,

    We're so happy to know that you, Ian are recovering so well.  A miracle for sure.  And Julie, you are indeed a writer!!  Your entries are so informative and entertaining.  I think  a vew career might be ahead for you.  We all send our best.

    Judy L.

    Judy Leill

  • Apr 16, 2010 8:06am

    You never cease to amaze me!  You always brighten my day when I read your journal updates.

    I am glad to read and hear of how much you have progressed.  Bet you can't wait to get outside and use that hand.  I'm sure the lawn mower will be next!

    Enjoy your weekend-

    Gwen Wild

  • Apr 13, 2010 7:03pm



    Arthur F. Oraison

  • Apr 9, 2010 12:43pm


    Thank you for telling your supervisor about your speeding ticket. You do know you are suppose to report those things don't you! Glad the hear things are starting to get somewhat back to normal for you and the family. One less appointment to worry about.....

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book yesterday. I am going to go on-line, at home that is, and order a copy. I think it is something every mother of boys should have.

    Enjoy your weekend-

    Gwen Wild

  • Apr 9, 2010 6:14am

    Hi Julie and Ian,

    What a miracle man you are, Ian.  I hope to get to meet you when we are in Mpls. next.  Julie, you may remember that Eric lives in Edina with his wife, Sheryl, and daughters Stephanie and Megan.  We will be visiting in May when Steph graduates from the U of M.   Anyway, we have been with you in spirit, at least, through this life changing episode and we are so happy that all seems to be turning out so well - probably better than anyone could have imagined.  The doctors, nurses and other care givers must have been the best.    Take care all of you and Ian, you have been given back your life, so make the most of that fact.  End of sermon.  Hello to Lori and Marci.


    Judy Leill

  • Apr 7, 2010 7:04pm

    Hey Julie,
    Its really nice to have you back at work (for part of the week) Im still amazed at how Ian is progressing.  I have the movie "Christine" but I have only made it about half way through I only bought it for the awesome title ;) I think we may have to have a movie night soon and get some greesey burgers let me know when it sounds good for you.

    Christine Bertram

  • Apr 7, 2010 9:26am

    Hey Julie,

    Thought I would help out with your "Deadliest Catch" question. It was Captain Phil Harris of the Cornelia Marie. He had suffered a stroke while in port off-loading at St. Paul island, he died a month later. He is the one with the two sons, (Josh & Jake). Their new season starts Tues, April 13th @ 8 PM.  Yes, I also watch. I know, why do you remember this stuff?

    Once again, thanks for the update. Ian, continue to keep up the great work. I know therapy can be difficult but the outcome is amazing, just as you are! Hope you are all able to get out and enjoy some of this crazy weather. Take Care!!!

    Barb Hanson

  • Apr 5, 2010 2:00pm

    I believe we're at 4000!!!!!!! I believe we're at 4000!!!!!!!

    Ian - great news that your progress is continuing and that youre getting stronger everyday.

    Julie - another great journal update on Saturday. Hope you and your family enjoyed your grilled cheese w/o the cheese on Easter. Take care!

    Pam Monten

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