Would you mind if I use a photo from that post?
"So Russell went to the sidelines, watched some film, ate his Wheaties, kissed the pure white dove that descended from the heavens as the clouds parted and perched on his right shoulder, looked at his hand as the code in the matrix was revealed to him and then descended on the Green Bay Packers like a plague of rats."
... that my mom's surgery went well yesterday and she's getting good care in the hospital
... that my dad is getting stronger after his fall and may be able to go home in a week or so
... that my sisters are back in PA taking great care of them and keeping me updated
... and that I have an amazing family and network of friends supporting and praying for my parents during the past couple weeks.
God bless you all, I love you so much.
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