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Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
It will be great to have you back in Grand Junction, Tim. It's another major step in your recovery and I'm sure you'll be glad to get home. It's absolutely gorgeous right now--all the Bradford Pears are in bloom downtown, the forsythia are in bloom, and the tulips and daffodils are blooming around town, too. Powderhorn's last day was Sunday, and they had a foot of new snow--so the mountains are still hard in winter for a while. But down here, spring has definitely sprung! 
Kathy Dirks
Kathy Dirks
Hey Tim,
We are so glad you are headed back to Colorado.  The trees are greening up, the flowers are beginning and you absolutely have to see the new look on Main St.  It's not done yet but soon.  I will give you the personal tour!  Settle in and maybe in May we can get together.  I'm so glad you have recovered enough to come home to Grand Junction.  Looking forward to seeing you,
Kathy
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Great to hear about your progress. There's nothing like a Chicago winter to make you appreciate the weather in Colorado. Most of my Chicago friends thought I was crazy to live in Colorado. Little did they know that it actually feels warmer here most of the time! At least we see the sun! Hang in there--spring will get there soon.
mary ellen ryan
mary ellen ryan
I didn't hear about your accident until some time in January.   But I was glad to read of your progress when I got on to Caring Bridge today.  I know how hard that therapy is and how exhausted you feel afterwards.  It will get better and you will be thrilled as you reach each milestone in your recovery.                                           
Patrick Seeberg
Patrick Seeberg
Must be a bit weird "living" back in Northbrook. Once again, despite the cirmumstances, you will look back on this as the opportunity it is: to regound oneself and reconnect with family and friends. Continued success and steady progress my brother!

PS Adam's First Communion is 14 May and you are more than welcome to be a part of the celebration.
Lisa Cox
Lisa Cox
Tim.....How's it going in Chicago?  Hope that the familiar surroundings of your home town help lift your spirits and boost your recovery!  It was freezing cold here in Grand Junction today but no new snow.  Hope it's not too cold or wintery there so you can get outside a little.  Let us know how you're doing when you have the time and energy.  Take care......Lisa and Eric
Mary Ivanauskas
Mary Ivanauskas
Tim,

I hope you're settling back home okay!  I hope the BIG snowstorm reminds you of Colorado, I even heard the sun was shining today. :)  

I know it has to feel strange to be back home, and in some ways it has to be a good feeling too.  Colorado and Illinois are such different places as you know -- such different types of people, such a different environment -- it's not just the weather!  It's always interesting for me to experience it again (and always a relief to come back to CO too!)  When I visit home for a while it always gives me a good perspective that I think helps me when I return.  I hope it does the same for you.   

Stay warm my friend!

Mary
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Tim--
I always hate to hear about really bad ski accidents, and yours sounds like one of the worst. As much as I love to ski, I always know that the risk is high. Maybe that's why we love to do it so much--the beauty of the mountains, the thrill of going fast, the wind in your face--it's all great stuff. And you'll be out there again, I'm sure, because I know you love it. It will be hard to explain to all your family and friends who are so concerned about you and helping you recover from this accident that part of your recovery will be to get back out there and enjoy the sport again. Because that time will come, and it will be a tremendous triumph for you to get back out and enjoy the snow again. 

Until then, know that my husband John and I are pulling for you, praying for you, and rooting for you as you recover. And don't forget the healing power of the great outdoors--get out and enjoy those cold Chicago winter days. I know--having graduated from Taft HS and NIU--there aren't much colder winters than those in Chicago!

Let us know when you're back in Grand Junction, and we're hoping your recovery will be speedy!

Kristin & John Winn 
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
It will be great to have you back in Grand Junction, Tim. It's another major step in your recovery and I'm sure you'll be glad to get home. It's absolutely gorgeous right now--all the Bradford Pears are in bloom downtown, the forsythia are in bloom, and the tulips and daffodils are blooming around town, too. Powderhorn's last day was Sunday, and they had a foot of new snow--so the mountains are still hard in winter for a while. But down here, spring has definitely sprung! 
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Great to hear about your progress. There's nothing like a Chicago winter to make you appreciate the weather in Colorado. Most of my Chicago friends thought I was crazy to live in Colorado. Little did they know that it actually feels warmer here most of the time! At least we see the sun! Hang in there--spring will get there soon.
Patrick Seeberg
Patrick Seeberg
Must be a bit weird "living" back in Northbrook. Once again, despite the cirmumstances, you will look back on this as the opportunity it is: to regound oneself and reconnect with family and friends. Continued success and steady progress my brother!

PS Adam's First Communion is 14 May and you are more than welcome to be a part of the celebration.
Lisa Cox
Lisa Cox
Tim.....How's it going in Chicago?  Hope that the familiar surroundings of your home town help lift your spirits and boost your recovery!  It was freezing cold here in Grand Junction today but no new snow.  Hope it's not too cold or wintery there so you can get outside a little.  Let us know how you're doing when you have the time and energy.  Take care......Lisa and Eric
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Tim--
I always hate to hear about really bad ski accidents, and yours sounds like one of the worst. As much as I love to ski, I always know that the risk is high. Maybe that's why we love to do it so much--the beauty of the mountains, the thrill of going fast, the wind in your face--it's all great stuff. And you'll be out there again, I'm sure, because I know you love it. It will be hard to explain to all your family and friends who are so concerned about you and helping you recover from this accident that part of your recovery will be to get back out there and enjoy the sport again. Because that time will come, and it will be a tremendous triumph for you to get back out and enjoy the snow again. 

Until then, know that my husband John and I are pulling for you, praying for you, and rooting for you as you recover. And don't forget the healing power of the great outdoors--get out and enjoy those cold Chicago winter days. I know--having graduated from Taft HS and NIU--there aren't much colder winters than those in Chicago!

Let us know when you're back in Grand Junction, and we're hoping your recovery will be speedy!

Kristin & John Winn 
Kathy Dirks
Kathy Dirks
Hey Tim,
We are so glad you are headed back to Colorado.  The trees are greening up, the flowers are beginning and you absolutely have to see the new look on Main St.  It's not done yet but soon.  I will give you the personal tour!  Settle in and maybe in May we can get together.  I'm so glad you have recovered enough to come home to Grand Junction.  Looking forward to seeing you,
Kathy
mary ellen ryan
mary ellen ryan
I didn't hear about your accident until some time in January.   But I was glad to read of your progress when I got on to Caring Bridge today.  I know how hard that therapy is and how exhausted you feel afterwards.  It will get better and you will be thrilled as you reach each milestone in your recovery.                                           
Mary Ivanauskas
Mary Ivanauskas
Tim,

I hope you're settling back home okay!  I hope the BIG snowstorm reminds you of Colorado, I even heard the sun was shining today. :)  

I know it has to feel strange to be back home, and in some ways it has to be a good feeling too.  Colorado and Illinois are such different places as you know -- such different types of people, such a different environment -- it's not just the weather!  It's always interesting for me to experience it again (and always a relief to come back to CO too!)  When I visit home for a while it always gives me a good perspective that I think helps me when I return.  I hope it does the same for you.   

Stay warm my friend!

Mary
mary ellen ryan
mary ellen ryan
I didn't hear about your accident until some time in January.   But I was glad to read of your progress when I got on to Caring Bridge today.  I know how hard that therapy is and how exhausted you feel afterwards.  It will get better and you will be thrilled as you reach each milestone in your recovery.                                           
Patrick Seeberg
Patrick Seeberg
Must be a bit weird "living" back in Northbrook. Once again, despite the cirmumstances, you will look back on this as the opportunity it is: to regound oneself and reconnect with family and friends. Continued success and steady progress my brother!

PS Adam's First Communion is 14 May and you are more than welcome to be a part of the celebration.
Mary Ivanauskas
Mary Ivanauskas
Tim,

I hope you're settling back home okay!  I hope the BIG snowstorm reminds you of Colorado, I even heard the sun was shining today. :)  

I know it has to feel strange to be back home, and in some ways it has to be a good feeling too.  Colorado and Illinois are such different places as you know -- such different types of people, such a different environment -- it's not just the weather!  It's always interesting for me to experience it again (and always a relief to come back to CO too!)  When I visit home for a while it always gives me a good perspective that I think helps me when I return.  I hope it does the same for you.   

Stay warm my friend!

Mary
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
It will be great to have you back in Grand Junction, Tim. It's another major step in your recovery and I'm sure you'll be glad to get home. It's absolutely gorgeous right now--all the Bradford Pears are in bloom downtown, the forsythia are in bloom, and the tulips and daffodils are blooming around town, too. Powderhorn's last day was Sunday, and they had a foot of new snow--so the mountains are still hard in winter for a while. But down here, spring has definitely sprung! 
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Tim--
I always hate to hear about really bad ski accidents, and yours sounds like one of the worst. As much as I love to ski, I always know that the risk is high. Maybe that's why we love to do it so much--the beauty of the mountains, the thrill of going fast, the wind in your face--it's all great stuff. And you'll be out there again, I'm sure, because I know you love it. It will be hard to explain to all your family and friends who are so concerned about you and helping you recover from this accident that part of your recovery will be to get back out there and enjoy the sport again. Because that time will come, and it will be a tremendous triumph for you to get back out and enjoy the snow again. 

Until then, know that my husband John and I are pulling for you, praying for you, and rooting for you as you recover. And don't forget the healing power of the great outdoors--get out and enjoy those cold Chicago winter days. I know--having graduated from Taft HS and NIU--there aren't much colder winters than those in Chicago!

Let us know when you're back in Grand Junction, and we're hoping your recovery will be speedy!

Kristin & John Winn 
Kathy Dirks
Kathy Dirks
Hey Tim,
We are so glad you are headed back to Colorado.  The trees are greening up, the flowers are beginning and you absolutely have to see the new look on Main St.  It's not done yet but soon.  I will give you the personal tour!  Settle in and maybe in May we can get together.  I'm so glad you have recovered enough to come home to Grand Junction.  Looking forward to seeing you,
Kathy
Kristin Winn
Kristin Winn
Great to hear about your progress. There's nothing like a Chicago winter to make you appreciate the weather in Colorado. Most of my Chicago friends thought I was crazy to live in Colorado. Little did they know that it actually feels warmer here most of the time! At least we see the sun! Hang in there--spring will get there soon.
Lisa Cox
Lisa Cox
Tim.....How's it going in Chicago?  Hope that the familiar surroundings of your home town help lift your spirits and boost your recovery!  It was freezing cold here in Grand Junction today but no new snow.  Hope it's not too cold or wintery there so you can get outside a little.  Let us know how you're doing when you have the time and energy.  Take care......Lisa and Eric