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Pat Leask
Pat Leask
I just saw the video earlier today - just wonderful! Ricky is such an awesome friend and ironically I just watched the recent movie "Cinderella" this past week, so her saying "be brave, be kind" was still on my mind, and so apt for Libbey's progress. She's an inspiration to us all!
Susan Deal
Susan Deal
It's been a while since I had checked in on how Libby was doing. (For some reason, wasn't getting notifications of journal entries for a while) Anyway, when I last looked Libby was still having a Lot of ups and downs. Some progress, but more downs than ups. I am Thrilled to see how well she is doing and how far she has come in the last several months! So happy for her and Lester and the rest of her family and for all of us quilters who miss her So much. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the note what a happy report!  It again is a reminder that "all things are possible."  It's like Libby and the entire family has seized a second chance at life and reminds us all to live life to the fullest.  No matter what happens it's all going to be ok. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Greetings - I loved the remote saga.  Recently I lost my keys (keys to everything) for a week. It was inconvenient and crazy making and could have been very expensive.   I retraced my steps over and over. 
I was getting something out of the freezer and voila there were my keys in the freezer door shelf and I then remembered the reason they they got left there - very logical!  I didn't have a brain injury but I did have a lapse of sense.  We  all do sometimes but  Libby has a very good excuse and glad you found the remote.  New specs will be fun - look forward to the new fashion statement.

Linda Usher
LLU
So sorry to hear about the horrible accident but grateful for life and healing.  I constantly am reminded about  how one mishap or diagnosis can turn life upside down.  Thank God for family and friends.  Prayers continue from Oregon for Libby and her family.  Know I care. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks scribes for the ongoing reports of fun family happenings.  So happy that Libby is able to travel, dine, draw, chat, participate  and so much more.  You have given Libby tools to enjoy life and all of us courage to deal with life's challenges.  Thanks for sharing God's blessings and sharing   joy!

Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔
Pat Leask
Pat Leask
I just saw the video earlier today - just wonderful! Ricky is such an awesome friend and ironically I just watched the recent movie "Cinderella" this past week, so her saying "be brave, be kind" was still on my mind, and so apt for Libbey's progress. She's an inspiration to us all!
Susan Deal
Susan Deal
It's been a while since I had checked in on how Libby was doing. (For some reason, wasn't getting notifications of journal entries for a while) Anyway, when I last looked Libby was still having a Lot of ups and downs. Some progress, but more downs than ups. I am Thrilled to see how well she is doing and how far she has come in the last several months! So happy for her and Lester and the rest of her family and for all of us quilters who miss her So much. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Greetings - I loved the remote saga.  Recently I lost my keys (keys to everything) for a week. It was inconvenient and crazy making and could have been very expensive.   I retraced my steps over and over. 
I was getting something out of the freezer and voila there were my keys in the freezer door shelf and I then remembered the reason they they got left there - very logical!  I didn't have a brain injury but I did have a lapse of sense.  We  all do sometimes but  Libby has a very good excuse and glad you found the remote.  New specs will be fun - look forward to the new fashion statement.

Linda Usher
LLU
So sorry to hear about the horrible accident but grateful for life and healing.  I constantly am reminded about  how one mishap or diagnosis can turn life upside down.  Thank God for family and friends.  Prayers continue from Oregon for Libby and her family.  Know I care. 
linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the note what a happy report!  It again is a reminder that "all things are possible."  It's like Libby and the entire family has seized a second chance at life and reminds us all to live life to the fullest.  No matter what happens it's all going to be ok. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks scribes for the ongoing reports of fun family happenings.  So happy that Libby is able to travel, dine, draw, chat, participate  and so much more.  You have given Libby tools to enjoy life and all of us courage to deal with life's challenges.  Thanks for sharing God's blessings and sharing   joy!

Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
Susan Deal
Susan Deal
It's been a while since I had checked in on how Libby was doing. (For some reason, wasn't getting notifications of journal entries for a while) Anyway, when I last looked Libby was still having a Lot of ups and downs. Some progress, but more downs than ups. I am Thrilled to see how well she is doing and how far she has come in the last several months! So happy for her and Lester and the rest of her family and for all of us quilters who miss her So much. 
Linda Usher
LLU
So sorry to hear about the horrible accident but grateful for life and healing.  I constantly am reminded about  how one mishap or diagnosis can turn life upside down.  Thank God for family and friends.  Prayers continue from Oregon for Libby and her family.  Know I care. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Always good to hear good reports - that Libby is something else!  I just read Tom Brokaw's book "A Lucky Life Interrupted."  Recommend it to all  going through challenging situations - one major message is it takes lots of friends and family to pitch in and do what needs to be done. Always encouraging. Keep up the good everything!
Pat Leask
Pat Leask
I just saw the video earlier today - just wonderful! Ricky is such an awesome friend and ironically I just watched the recent movie "Cinderella" this past week, so her saying "be brave, be kind" was still on my mind, and so apt for Libbey's progress. She's an inspiration to us all!
Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks for the note what a happy report!  It again is a reminder that "all things are possible."  It's like Libby and the entire family has seized a second chance at life and reminds us all to live life to the fullest.  No matter what happens it's all going to be ok. 
Linda Usher
LLU
Greetings - I loved the remote saga.  Recently I lost my keys (keys to everything) for a week. It was inconvenient and crazy making and could have been very expensive.   I retraced my steps over and over. 
I was getting something out of the freezer and voila there were my keys in the freezer door shelf and I then remembered the reason they they got left there - very logical!  I didn't have a brain injury but I did have a lapse of sense.  We  all do sometimes but  Libby has a very good excuse and glad you found the remote.  New specs will be fun - look forward to the new fashion statement.

Linda Usher
LLU
Thanks scribes for the ongoing reports of fun family happenings.  So happy that Libby is able to travel, dine, draw, chat, participate  and so much more.  You have given Libby tools to enjoy life and all of us courage to deal with life's challenges.  Thanks for sharing God's blessings and sharing   joy!

linda haltom
linda haltom
As I head for Paducah tomorrow, I think of your judging my quilts in years past and so enjoyed seeing your comments. Wish you could be there this year; but understand your situation, so continue to improve so once again Paducah is in your travel plans. Prayers for continued improvement 😔