Thursday, December 3, 2009

Home Yet?

Hey Scott its Eva and I was wondering if you were home or at least feeling better. Hope to see you soon. -Eva :)

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Hi Scott,
Sending warm wishes for a speedy recovery your way.
The Herreras

Thanksgiving Wishes

Dear Scott & Family,
We wanted to wish you & your family a very Happy Thanksgiving! You all were thought of often today, and included in our special prayers on this day of thanks. Much good luck to you in your ongoing recovery, & we all hope you feel significantly better soon :)
The Chaffins

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thinking of you!


I just wanted to let you know that I have been thinking about you and your family lots lately. I hope you get to feeling better really soon. You are such a strong kid, I know you will recover from this. Just know that you are in our prayers this Thanksgiving; I am thankful to have had you in my class.

Mrs. Friesen

Monday, November 23, 2009

Hi There!

Hey Scott its Eva and I was just seeing if you felt better. I hope you get better for Thanksgiving and get to enjoy that classic turkey and stuffing at home. You are very missed and I hope to see in the New Year!!!! -Eva :) P.S. When you get out of the hospital, let us know when you are ready for some visitors your OWN AGE!!!! You must be really sick and tired of OLD PEOPLE!!!!!!!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Hey Scott its Natalie and i just want you to now everything going to turn out right. I've never heard of a sickness that lasts your whole life so my advice is to is just stand strong and get through it. I miss you and so does everyone else I hope you'll get back before the New years. Even though it may seem like a horrible thing at least you'll have an awesome story to tell, well i guess that sums it up just now that i'm praying for you and so is everyone else! Get well soon!!!!!!
Scott -

As I was reading all of the special messages on your board, I was reminded of two of my favorite men in history who spent time in the hospital when they were kids.

The first is John F. Kennedy. The 42nd President of the United States. He was sick as a kid and spent time away from his classmates, neighborhood and family. President Kennedy was respected and admired by many. So are you.

The second is Frank McCourt. He was a teacher and a writer who won the Pulitzer Prize for his book, Angela's Ashes. McCourt was an Irish Catholic who had a lovely perspective on his childhood situation. So do you.

You are thought of often and admired from afar. Be brave and be well Scott.

Much love to you and your family.

Gail Sadler