Project 366: Day 322 For Walter

I didn’t post a picture yesterday due to good things and bad things. First, Joe had a poetry recital to attend. He presented a poem about friends to a group of about 50 people. He did such a great job, too. Second, I went to the hospital to visit Rob’s brother. He’s on a ventilator and heavily sedated due to a stroke and ‘coding’.

Rob’s brother is pictured in this family photo taken in August of last year. He is in the ‘front’ with me, in the pale green shirt, next to his Aunt in pink. We welcome any and all positive thoughts and prayers on Walter’s behalf. He is a son, brother, father, and husband. Though his wife is not pictured here, his daughter is the one in pink on the slide.



26 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 322 For Walter

  1. You were given an extension on the deadline for posting – so no worries. Many thoughts and prayers sent winging Walter’s way. And hugs for you, my dear.

    1. Sha’woo. I wish I had my camera with me for Joe’s performance. It would have made for a bright light of a picture – a way to lift spirits. But, Rob’s family is pretty dang good, too. 🙂

  2. Love you. Mean it. My thoughts are with your family. I’m sending all my positive everything that I have to see you and your family through this.

  3. Thank you Lenore for keeping us updated. I love the picture of the family, and have met every one except your 2 boys, Walter and his daughter. It’s a lovely family to brag about, so loving to each other. Mary Alice brags about everyone to me, she is so proud of all of you!. I talked to her this evening and she gave me more info on Walter. I pray for him all the time, he is such a great Dad and loving son and husband.

  4. Walter has my heart and prayers, Lenore … as well as you and the family. May all of you have strength and courage during this ordeal. I had a stroke some years ago, surgery pulled me through. I hope there is a way for Walter also.

    Blessings to you all ~ Maxi

    1. I am sorry about your stroke, Maxi – but I am glad for your recovery. I’m sure you are, too. (smile) Walter had a stroke in 2009, too. He’s not unfamiliar to challenges. Thank you for your kind thoughts. Blessings to you.

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