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  • Nov 18, 2012 6:08am

    Taylor Morris is good man.. I will always pray from Taylor Morris & Danielle Kelly.Stay always togeter and happy forever.Good bless u,we always love u #From Jakarta,Indonesia

    Putri Listya

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  • Sep 26, 2012 6:18am

    My wife watches the Today show every day.  I am so proud of  you two for going on and sharing your story.  I pray you will continue to heal. 


    Steve Voland

  • Sep 17, 2012 10:26am

    My husband was blinded, in addition to a few other things, in Iraq in 2004. I just wanted to let you know that it gets better and better.  You are not alone.  I know 20 people all over the country that would drop what they are doing to be there with you for anything you might need. I am sure that you are all overwhelmed right now, but I wanted to make sure that you know about the Semper Fi Fund 703-640-0181 .  If you haven't been in contact with them, get in touch with them.  They exist to help our wounded and families, in every way. I am always told that my husband and I inspire people, etc.  But you guys are inspiring me today and I understand what people mean when they say it to us. We don't choose to become a part of the wounded community, we are just put here.  But it's actually a great place to be. We are 8 years out of my husbands injuries now, and our lives are full of blessings.  Much love and prayers to your family!

    Leslie Jernigan, St. Petersburg, FL

  • Sep 17, 2012 6:41am

    I have no idea how many Australians are following your story, but WOW!!!!  you have hit the News bulletins over here tonight. Sept. 17.

    I have followed you on Caringbridge and you are one brave and courageous young man.  Keep dancing with Danielle.  She is a special lady!!

    Keep up the good work and aim for that cabin.


    Verna Fink

  • Aug 12, 2012 11:35am

    Taylor and Team, I am going to be in town Tuesday and Wednesday but mostly available on Tuesday.  The EOD guys and Navy Seals, would all like to help out if we can.  I have some ideas I would like to run by you if you would have any time Monday.  Looking forward to meeting with you and we can be as short as you need it.  They have been on me for months and I finally have a chance to visit.  I also have a caring bridge location if you care to catch up on me.  www.caringbridge.org/visit/stevevoland My phone is: 865-207-9887 and email is svoland@eodt.com Look forward to us getting  to know one another. 

    Steve Voland

  • Aug 9, 2012 7:42am

    I continue to be awed and impressed by the determination, guts and can-do attitude surrounding all of Taylor's team.  Wish I could bottle it and spray it on anyone who says "it's too hard" or "that can't be done."  

    Lee Ann Russo

  • Aug 3, 2012 9:41pm

    Taylor and Team,

    from Dysart, IA.  Praying for rain and a

          There is a
    not so well known scripture that was brought to my attention by a Pastor who
    wrote a book about it.  The Name of the
    book is “In A Pit With A LION On A Snowy Day.” 
    The Pastor is  Mark

         The scripture
    is found in 2 Samuel 23: 20-21. 
    “Benaiah, son of Jehoiada was a valiant fighter from Kabzeel, who
    performed great exploits.  He struck down
    two of Moab’s best men.  He also went
    down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.  And he struck down a huge Egyptian.  Although the Egyptian had a spear in his
    hand, Benaiah went against him with a club. 
    He snatched the spear from the Egyptian’s hand and killed him with his
    own spear.” 

          I see you
    Taylor as Benaiah, a valiant fighter who performed great exploits.  Our battle field changes places all through
    life.  As I read your story you ended up
    in the pit.  And I read how you are
    killing the lion.  It’s difficult to know
    where the next battle field will be but claim the Victory as Benaiah did.  Snatch the spear and do away with whatever is
    coming against you.  Your courage is TOPS! 

          Lord, praying
    for continued healing and thankful for all the healing that has been done.  Praying Your presence be upon Taylor and
    those that surround him.  Let each day be
    an adventure and allowing You,  Lord,  to lead. 
    Meet their needs.  I ask this in
    Jesus’ Name.  Amen.

    Phyllis Dunlap

    Phyllis Dunlap

  • Jul 31, 2012 1:20pm

    hi Taylor and great support team. Good to see those new legs work. dick is just trying to get his new knee to work.You are an inspiration for him to keep working on it. scott just stopped in for a minute. Ryan has a birthday soon 25!love Dick and Linnea Graen

    richard graen

  • Jul 31, 2012 12:40pm

    Prayers and thoughts of you all continue from Rockpot TX. Russ and I were married this last Saturday...I had decided that my choice of "something blue" would be your wrist band...you are such an inspiration to all of us. Charlene and Russ Buck

    Charlene Chestnut

  • Jul 30, 2012 3:42pm

    I live in Mason City, Iowa and work as an Occupational Therapist and was touched by your story on the front page of the Globe Gazette on June 1st.  You have my continued thoughts and prayers as well as that of my prayer friend and my family.

    God bless your recovery.


    Laura Bernemann

  • Jul 16, 2012 9:38pm

    Hi, Taylor---Read a nice article about you in tonight's Courier,(the interview with Danielle)  So proud of your accomplishments!!  We are anxious to hear about the weekend at Virginia Beach with EOD gang.  It must have been a heartwarming experience for ALL of you.  The photos on Facebook were great.      Surprised this site is still up, as we thought today it was closing.  It's been a great means for communicating, as you've had readers and writers from ALL over.
    Took Claire to lunch; she's anxious to see you again. Hot! Hot! today & just the day the AC would go out. Fixed now.  We truly enjoyed Ben's video  Imagine you were doing some walking today.  Amazing!!    Guess there's not much else.  Sending love &  prayers.  Grama & Grandpa

    Vilas Morris

  • Jul 16, 2012 8:43pm

    Taylor, wow you are such a inspiration to so many - truly I am so proud to have coached you in 7th grade football and amazed with your courage as you face this most difficult test. My prayers are with you during this most difficult time. God bless! Head up - Shoulders back!

                                             Pump Up - Tiger Nation Loves ya Man

                                                                          Coach Ward


    jerry ward

  • Jul 16, 2012 4:20am

    Good morning Taylor ~ Although we have never met, I feel connected to you.  My niece is Kathryn....her mom Nancy is my sister.  Your dad and I swam on swim team...and his first girlfriend was my wife Dianna Delafield.  They grew up in the same neighborhood.  So...the other connection is there.  I have followed your progress and it is nothing short of a miracle.  Keep up the fantastic work!  You have been on my heart in my prayers.  I just wish I could come to Cedar Falls for the " Tee it up for Taylor " event.  I did donate a guided fishing trip on one of the rivers we have here in Southeastern Minnesota.  I have a canoe company here in Rochester and we make custom canoes for fishing.  If you go to www.riverridgecustomcanoes.com you can check it out.  I hope it fetches a good price in the silent auction!  I am guessing you are a football fan.  And maybe even a Viking fan?  Christian Ponder and I have become friends....have fished for smallmouth bass 2 times now and one of the times was for TV.  He is getting back from his family vacation and I am determined to convince him to provide an autographed football or jersey for the auction....hope it happens. Pretty dang hot up here...today suppose to hit close to 100.  Stay cool in Bethesda, Taylor.   God Bless you and Danielle....bill

    Bill Plantan

  • Jul 14, 2012 11:16pm

    Taylor, the video is awesome! Does this mean you and Danielle uncorked that champagne?

    Bruce Braley

  • Jul 13, 2012 9:18pm

    Hi, Taylor  (and Team Taylor, also)

    It was fun to hear the excitement in your dad's voice as he told me about your day's adventure.  To have the "whatever it takes" already & be able to walk around the track is nothing short of a miracle.  We rejoice with you in your achievements.  Remember to go easy for awhile.  Keep us posted.  We're so proud of your accomplishments.  Enjoy the weekend with Molly, your mom & dad for company.  Wonder what adventure you have in mind--can't wait to read about it.

    Danielle is probably reuniting with family she's not seen for awhile & having a chance to relax.
    Love , Grandpa M

    Vilas Morris

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