Thinking back over the last 2.5 years, and all that I and my family have been through with my health issues, there are some real stand out moments for me.
First of all, the mere fact that there was a donor for me, and that I stayed alive long enough to receive that organ, is a testament to God’s involvement in my life, and my family’s life. He is the ONE that makes all things possible.
A lot of things have happened since then, but some that really stand out for me are as follows:
“The Legend” was born. My Grandson from my oldest son, Seth David, and his wife, Lindsay Rose, was born on May 24, 2012.
He is around 3.5 months, now, and no, he’s not teething, he just makes lots of his own liquids. Happy Happy Baby. And he makes his parents and grandparents very happy, too.
Next, Evan Michael Adams, my youngest son, graduated from Clear Springs High School on June 1, 2012.
…and then he went on to enroll in and start the Plant Process Technology Program at San Jacinto College. He’s a college man , now.
These are just a couple of things that I feared I would never see happen.
Another that I’m hanging on for is to see my youngest daughter, Sagan Maryse, Graduate from U of H in December. I need a current picture of her , and will post it ASAP.
My oldest my oldest daughter, Taylor Nicole, graduated many years back, and is seeing her dream come true with a budding acting carrer in Manhattan. I really like her boyfriend, Dave. They are, from all I can see, a great couple and she seems happier that I’ve seen her since she was 5 years old.
I’m very proud of my crew. I feel good that God has given me the opportunity to see these events pass. If I have to go, I can at least leave knowing that some of my most important work was achieved in these children.
Oh, last but definitely not least, and a big “Thanks” and “I love you” to my wife and soulmate, Joey. She has been a rock through all of this, and continues to be be my biggest supporter.
For anyone who is interested…..