christmas eve

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

when the mailman came yesterday there were so many cards that she had to bring them to the door, because they wouldnt fit in the mailbox. thank you!

Cooper had the ability to touch so many people in his short life, and many of you did not meet him. his hair was so blond that it glowed, almost like a halo and knowing how he impacted people i know that is was true.

jamey and i are putting one foot in front of the other and are thankful to have each other. All of my family is here which is good. i have left the house the last couple of days for brief periods, although difficult, good for me i know.

we should know by next week about coopers eyes, but i had a conversation with the director of the transplant center and feel good they will be used to help someone. We also had Coopers cord blood stem cells collected and stored and i am working on having those donated as well, they collected over 700 million stems cells, and it helps us know that his stem cells might someday help save a life.

this is certainly not the xmas i had imagined but we are finding comfort from those family and friends, both near and far.

wishing you a warm and peaceful holiday

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