Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Home At Last

Home at last.
Home at last.
Thank God Almighty, we're home at last.

We arrived home today. Don't know if the cancer is gone yet. For now, don't care. We are home, with our kids, and soon in our own bed. We are looking forward to listening to the innane arguments and seeing friends. We are looking forward to our life.

6 comments:

  1. Nicole Lucas Haimes10:18 PM

    I am so glad for both of you. This is the best news. Hurrah!

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  2. Praise GOD for this great moment.

    We do not know each other but I am one of several Mochas that have lifted your family up in prayer. It is so wonderful to hear the sweet words of "home at last".

    XOXOXOXO

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  3. a peachhead friend11:19 AM

    What beautiful words...what beautiful healing. It has been such an honor to take this journey with you (and it still is). I live blocks from the Windward School, and pass it at least once a day, often many times. Each time I pass, I say a silent prayer for Art, for you, for your family. I imagine that it will always represent a place of prayer and healing for me...long after Art is fully mended. Thank you for giving me that gift.

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  4. Anonymous7:30 PM

    We are so excited for you!! If there is anything we can do for you and Art and the kids, let us know. Keep healthy and healing!! love, Sue, etc.

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  5. Anonymous9:12 PM

    Kim and Art,
    Thank you GOD. What a great moment it was to bare witness to those words. I am making dinner for you Tuesday 27th. If you have any particular request - something that you have both been craving... let me know, I will do my best to see that you get it. I don't mind cooking something different for you and the kids. If I don't hear from you by Sunday Feb 25th, I will just proceed with the requiredfd directions.
    With light, love and peace,
    Hayley

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  6. Anonymous9:03 PM

    I was at the Cedars blood donation center this evening.

    The lovely nurse who helped me said as we finished up:

    "Arthur Nagle, he is getting a lot of love from this place, he can feel it"

    It brought up a great feeling of love and compassion in me and thankfulness that there is indeed goodness in this world.

    Thank you for letting me be a part of it.

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