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Mary Dignan
Mary Dignan
Tom:  There is no way that whatever sentence imposed on Mattson can remotely make up for what you've been through and are going through.  I'd send him voodoo vibes for a miserable life, but I'd rather put my energy into sending you best vibes for your best healing.   I'm keeping the candles lit (with special dispensation from the Ozone Powers That Be) for both your healing and the best outcome on your civil lawsuit against the guy.

Best
MaryD
Scott Watkins
Scott Watkins
Hey Tom,

Scott from the cell phone store here.  Hope you and Nectar are doing well.

I'm heading out of town for the weekend, but if you get a chance give me a call next, Tuesday or after sometime when you get a chance.

You should have my cell phone # still, if not it's 612-387-0254.

Have a great Memorial Day weekend and give Nectar a scratch behind the ears for me.

Take care,
Scott
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hey Tom,

Thanks for the update....I still check the site to see if you have any updates.  Keep us posted on the trial.  I don't think this man has a prayer.....What a JERK!!

We still think of you and hope you are healing well.  Also thinking of your mom and hope she gets her heart regulated.

Take care...

Shawna
Sharon Sandland
Sharon Sandland
Hello Tom,

It has been a while since I have written.  I was waiting to find out how things were going with in a normal ( if that is what you can call it) sense.  I'm a pretty honest person and not normally a very vocal person -unless I'm completely strong with my emotions.  And to be honest with you - being in my mid- fifties I feel like those emotions overwrite anything  ( I have that right)- therefore I feel I can be very vocal.  So to those that have a hard time with that - put your fingers in your ears and don't listen.  And don't read either. 

Tom, I read everything you shared here.  Every little detail.  Someone once told me that I should be a detective - and I did not pursue that (unfortunately  - I could have been another GI Joe or whatever they are called).  Anyway, I can read in between everything that transpired here and the guy is not being honest in some way.  I don't think he is - sincere - I just don't think he is in reality.  He hit you.  We all know that.  I don't think it is fair to you that there is an excuse for this.

He needs to admit his wrong doing - period.  If he cannot do this there is absolutely no excuse and - he is even more fault for what happened to you.  There is no doubt that he ran you over - it is what happened and this should be acknowledged. That is what I think it will come down to - and if your judge is compassionate - he will see this.  And he/she will also see what is right and what is wrong - no matter who the person is in this community.  And if this does't happen then I have lost all hope in the political process.  And my education is in Political Administration.

In my thoughts - your friend Sharon

(p.s.  Hope this sound logical with a couple glasses of wine)
nancy murphy
nancy murphy
Tom -

I'm just checking in to let you know we're still praying for you.  Thanks for the newspaper articles links.  Please keep us up-to-date.

I got to meet Nectar last week - walking in the mall with Steve.  She is SO SWEET.  I'm really glad he let me pet her and talk to her.  I look forward to the day I can greet you outside and introduce myself personally.

Keep up the great attitude as you continue to heal.
Bless you, Tom!

Nancy Murphy and the AG Church Choir
Darlene Dergan
Darlene Dergan
I have seen you walking through Skylark and across the street to Cub Foods area a lot.  I never met you but you seem like a real nice person and would have like to chat but never saw you having coffee at the mall.  Many times wanted to pet your dog but refrained from that in case that was not a good thing.  I have missed seeing you lately and didn't realize until today, since I don't get the paper that you were crushed under a truck.  Hoping you heal up quickly and that you and Nector can go around town again and maybe stop for coffee.  Certainly hope that Mattson will get justly punished.  Also hope you get funds for your healing.
Amanda Losing
Amanda Losing
I think that what Mattson did to you was horrible and if he wasn't a prominet white "good ole boy" from Willmar he would be facing felony charges and would have already been sitting in jail.  Tom I pray for your full recovery everyday and I hope that in some way shape or form justice is served.  Even if it is not through the Kandyohi Court system.  I believe in Karma and Mattson will one day get everything that he has coming to him. 
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hi Tom,

I agree with Wendy Rhubee....You should write a book.  I read your last entry.  MAN....It must have been horrible.  The pain and not knowing what was going to happen.  We are so grateful you are okay and can talk about it.  Do you have Nectar with you now? Bet you can't wait until she is by your side again.  We do hope and pray all goes well with your leg and knee.  And I do hope that the man that caused all of this gets what is coming to him.  I still can't believe he just left the scene.

Glad you are doing better....Take care of your self.
Karen Fredrickson
Karen Fredrickson
Hi Tom,

My name is Karen Fredrickson, and I live in Plum City, WI.  Scott Watkins posted on Facebook about your accident right after it happened and I have been following your recovery ever since.  Reading your last post about the accident was very sad, I can't imagine the suffering you must have experienced and then to have the driver leave the scene is just so awful.  I am so very glad that you are mending and that you and your dog will be together again soon.   And I want to say that you have a gift of writing, I really enjoy reading your updates and I wish for you a complete recovery very soon.
Carolyn Gold
Carolyn Gold
Dear Tom,
I know you have cabin fever, but speaking as someone who had two Jones fractures 2½ years ago, you don't want to try to rush healing.  I  still feel some pain in my outer metatarsals and probably always will,  though I feel all right most days.  There are some things we will have to live with.  Ankles heal slowly because you bear all your weight on them.  Be patient and you may not have to predict the weather with your joints.

Hugs,
Carolyn
Scott Watkins
Scott Watkins
Hey Tom,

Scott from the cell phone store here.  Hope you and Nectar are doing well.

I'm heading out of town for the weekend, but if you get a chance give me a call next, Tuesday or after sometime when you get a chance.

You should have my cell phone # still, if not it's 612-387-0254.

Have a great Memorial Day weekend and give Nectar a scratch behind the ears for me.

Take care,
Scott
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hey Tom,

Thanks for the update....I still check the site to see if you have any updates.  Keep us posted on the trial.  I don't think this man has a prayer.....What a JERK!!

We still think of you and hope you are healing well.  Also thinking of your mom and hope she gets her heart regulated.

Take care...

Shawna
nancy murphy
nancy murphy
Tom -

I'm just checking in to let you know we're still praying for you.  Thanks for the newspaper articles links.  Please keep us up-to-date.

I got to meet Nectar last week - walking in the mall with Steve.  She is SO SWEET.  I'm really glad he let me pet her and talk to her.  I look forward to the day I can greet you outside and introduce myself personally.

Keep up the great attitude as you continue to heal.
Bless you, Tom!

Nancy Murphy and the AG Church Choir
Amanda Losing
Amanda Losing
I think that what Mattson did to you was horrible and if he wasn't a prominet white "good ole boy" from Willmar he would be facing felony charges and would have already been sitting in jail.  Tom I pray for your full recovery everyday and I hope that in some way shape or form justice is served.  Even if it is not through the Kandyohi Court system.  I believe in Karma and Mattson will one day get everything that he has coming to him. 
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hi Tom,

I agree with Wendy Rhubee....You should write a book.  I read your last entry.  MAN....It must have been horrible.  The pain and not knowing what was going to happen.  We are so grateful you are okay and can talk about it.  Do you have Nectar with you now? Bet you can't wait until she is by your side again.  We do hope and pray all goes well with your leg and knee.  And I do hope that the man that caused all of this gets what is coming to him.  I still can't believe he just left the scene.

Glad you are doing better....Take care of your self.
Karen Fredrickson
Karen Fredrickson
Hi Tom,

My name is Karen Fredrickson, and I live in Plum City, WI.  Scott Watkins posted on Facebook about your accident right after it happened and I have been following your recovery ever since.  Reading your last post about the accident was very sad, I can't imagine the suffering you must have experienced and then to have the driver leave the scene is just so awful.  I am so very glad that you are mending and that you and your dog will be together again soon.   And I want to say that you have a gift of writing, I really enjoy reading your updates and I wish for you a complete recovery very soon.
Mary Dignan
Mary Dignan
Tom:  There is no way that whatever sentence imposed on Mattson can remotely make up for what you've been through and are going through.  I'd send him voodoo vibes for a miserable life, but I'd rather put my energy into sending you best vibes for your best healing.   I'm keeping the candles lit (with special dispensation from the Ozone Powers That Be) for both your healing and the best outcome on your civil lawsuit against the guy.

Best
MaryD
Sharon Sandland
Sharon Sandland
Hello Tom,

It has been a while since I have written.  I was waiting to find out how things were going with in a normal ( if that is what you can call it) sense.  I'm a pretty honest person and not normally a very vocal person -unless I'm completely strong with my emotions.  And to be honest with you - being in my mid- fifties I feel like those emotions overwrite anything  ( I have that right)- therefore I feel I can be very vocal.  So to those that have a hard time with that - put your fingers in your ears and don't listen.  And don't read either. 

Tom, I read everything you shared here.  Every little detail.  Someone once told me that I should be a detective - and I did not pursue that (unfortunately  - I could have been another GI Joe or whatever they are called).  Anyway, I can read in between everything that transpired here and the guy is not being honest in some way.  I don't think he is - sincere - I just don't think he is in reality.  He hit you.  We all know that.  I don't think it is fair to you that there is an excuse for this.

He needs to admit his wrong doing - period.  If he cannot do this there is absolutely no excuse and - he is even more fault for what happened to you.  There is no doubt that he ran you over - it is what happened and this should be acknowledged. That is what I think it will come down to - and if your judge is compassionate - he will see this.  And he/she will also see what is right and what is wrong - no matter who the person is in this community.  And if this does't happen then I have lost all hope in the political process.  And my education is in Political Administration.

In my thoughts - your friend Sharon

(p.s.  Hope this sound logical with a couple glasses of wine)
Darlene Dergan
Darlene Dergan
I have seen you walking through Skylark and across the street to Cub Foods area a lot.  I never met you but you seem like a real nice person and would have like to chat but never saw you having coffee at the mall.  Many times wanted to pet your dog but refrained from that in case that was not a good thing.  I have missed seeing you lately and didn't realize until today, since I don't get the paper that you were crushed under a truck.  Hoping you heal up quickly and that you and Nector can go around town again and maybe stop for coffee.  Certainly hope that Mattson will get justly punished.  Also hope you get funds for your healing.
Carolyn Gold
Carolyn Gold
Dear Tom,
I know you have cabin fever, but speaking as someone who had two Jones fractures 2½ years ago, you don't want to try to rush healing.  I  still feel some pain in my outer metatarsals and probably always will,  though I feel all right most days.  There are some things we will have to live with.  Ankles heal slowly because you bear all your weight on them.  Be patient and you may not have to predict the weather with your joints.

Hugs,
Carolyn
Darlene Dergan
Darlene Dergan
I have seen you walking through Skylark and across the street to Cub Foods area a lot.  I never met you but you seem like a real nice person and would have like to chat but never saw you having coffee at the mall.  Many times wanted to pet your dog but refrained from that in case that was not a good thing.  I have missed seeing you lately and didn't realize until today, since I don't get the paper that you were crushed under a truck.  Hoping you heal up quickly and that you and Nector can go around town again and maybe stop for coffee.  Certainly hope that Mattson will get justly punished.  Also hope you get funds for your healing.
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hi Tom,

I agree with Wendy Rhubee....You should write a book.  I read your last entry.  MAN....It must have been horrible.  The pain and not knowing what was going to happen.  We are so grateful you are okay and can talk about it.  Do you have Nectar with you now? Bet you can't wait until she is by your side again.  We do hope and pray all goes well with your leg and knee.  And I do hope that the man that caused all of this gets what is coming to him.  I still can't believe he just left the scene.

Glad you are doing better....Take care of your self.
Mary Dignan
Mary Dignan
Tom:  There is no way that whatever sentence imposed on Mattson can remotely make up for what you've been through and are going through.  I'd send him voodoo vibes for a miserable life, but I'd rather put my energy into sending you best vibes for your best healing.   I'm keeping the candles lit (with special dispensation from the Ozone Powers That Be) for both your healing and the best outcome on your civil lawsuit against the guy.

Best
MaryD
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Shawna Dorr-Jones
Hey Tom,

Thanks for the update....I still check the site to see if you have any updates.  Keep us posted on the trial.  I don't think this man has a prayer.....What a JERK!!

We still think of you and hope you are healing well.  Also thinking of your mom and hope she gets her heart regulated.

Take care...

Shawna
Sharon Sandland
Sharon Sandland
Hello Tom,

It has been a while since I have written.  I was waiting to find out how things were going with in a normal ( if that is what you can call it) sense.  I'm a pretty honest person and not normally a very vocal person -unless I'm completely strong with my emotions.  And to be honest with you - being in my mid- fifties I feel like those emotions overwrite anything  ( I have that right)- therefore I feel I can be very vocal.  So to those that have a hard time with that - put your fingers in your ears and don't listen.  And don't read either. 

Tom, I read everything you shared here.  Every little detail.  Someone once told me that I should be a detective - and I did not pursue that (unfortunately  - I could have been another GI Joe or whatever they are called).  Anyway, I can read in between everything that transpired here and the guy is not being honest in some way.  I don't think he is - sincere - I just don't think he is in reality.  He hit you.  We all know that.  I don't think it is fair to you that there is an excuse for this.

He needs to admit his wrong doing - period.  If he cannot do this there is absolutely no excuse and - he is even more fault for what happened to you.  There is no doubt that he ran you over - it is what happened and this should be acknowledged. That is what I think it will come down to - and if your judge is compassionate - he will see this.  And he/she will also see what is right and what is wrong - no matter who the person is in this community.  And if this does't happen then I have lost all hope in the political process.  And my education is in Political Administration.

In my thoughts - your friend Sharon

(p.s.  Hope this sound logical with a couple glasses of wine)
Amanda Losing
Amanda Losing
I think that what Mattson did to you was horrible and if he wasn't a prominet white "good ole boy" from Willmar he would be facing felony charges and would have already been sitting in jail.  Tom I pray for your full recovery everyday and I hope that in some way shape or form justice is served.  Even if it is not through the Kandyohi Court system.  I believe in Karma and Mattson will one day get everything that he has coming to him. 
Scott Watkins
Scott Watkins
Hey Tom,

Scott from the cell phone store here.  Hope you and Nectar are doing well.

I'm heading out of town for the weekend, but if you get a chance give me a call next, Tuesday or after sometime when you get a chance.

You should have my cell phone # still, if not it's 612-387-0254.

Have a great Memorial Day weekend and give Nectar a scratch behind the ears for me.

Take care,
Scott
nancy murphy
nancy murphy
Tom -

I'm just checking in to let you know we're still praying for you.  Thanks for the newspaper articles links.  Please keep us up-to-date.

I got to meet Nectar last week - walking in the mall with Steve.  She is SO SWEET.  I'm really glad he let me pet her and talk to her.  I look forward to the day I can greet you outside and introduce myself personally.

Keep up the great attitude as you continue to heal.
Bless you, Tom!

Nancy Murphy and the AG Church Choir
Karen Fredrickson
Karen Fredrickson
Hi Tom,

My name is Karen Fredrickson, and I live in Plum City, WI.  Scott Watkins posted on Facebook about your accident right after it happened and I have been following your recovery ever since.  Reading your last post about the accident was very sad, I can't imagine the suffering you must have experienced and then to have the driver leave the scene is just so awful.  I am so very glad that you are mending and that you and your dog will be together again soon.   And I want to say that you have a gift of writing, I really enjoy reading your updates and I wish for you a complete recovery very soon.
Carolyn Gold
Carolyn Gold
Dear Tom,
I know you have cabin fever, but speaking as someone who had two Jones fractures 2½ years ago, you don't want to try to rush healing.  I  still feel some pain in my outer metatarsals and probably always will,  though I feel all right most days.  There are some things we will have to live with.  Ankles heal slowly because you bear all your weight on them.  Be patient and you may not have to predict the weather with your joints.

Hugs,
Carolyn