March 17th, 2011

Lorin here.

Lin is looking better after her blood transfusion last Thursday. She’s got her color back. Makes me appreciate the gift of blood.

Feeling pretty weak at the moment; we are hoping for a resurgence. She wants to express appreciation for everyone’s prayers and support.

Lots happening in the family right now. On Saturday a double birthday for Lucas and Austin. Thursday Becky, Austin’s wife, driving in from Texas. The Texas grandkids have been here for a week. Kadra is starting to experience rhythmic pains and starting to dilate.

I thought I would share a few quotes that I have heard Lin say over the years.

“Life is too short to hang on to makeup that doesn’t really match your skin, to wear shoes that hurt and to eat fish if you really don’t like fish.

Always choose the child.

Put down your chisel!

Someone has to be the adult in this situation.

There is no such thing as an uncreative person.”

As well as some Blog posts that I have written quoting her:

http://walkerswalkabout.wordpress.com/2008/10/14/bad-news-good-news-dryer-door/

http://walkerswalkabout.wordpress.com/2009/08/28/love-of-design/

Blue skies ahead.

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3 Responses to March 17th, 2011

  1. Ruth Soules says:

    Blue skies are smiling at the Walker Family!!! Love to Lin! Thanks Lorin!

  2. Sandy Block says:

    I’ve repeated the dryer door story several times and still laugh about it. It really did bother her! Thanks for including Lin’s wise/humorous comments. All of you Walker people have a unique way with words. Please tell her I love her!

  3. In the dark of life’s most difficult battles, even a few words of (quotable) wisdom can be the only light we need.

    Thinking of you and yours, and thanks for the update.

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