Tuesday, June 10, 2008

I Feel Good. Oh I Feel So Good!

I am having a hard time expressing how good I feel. I hope the attached image will help. The left side of the image was taken just before surgery on May 25 and the right side of the image was taken on the morning of May 27.

Thank you to all who have blessed our family over this past year. I will always be grateful to my donor family for the gift of life that they gave in a time of such great personal sorrow.

18 comments:

Corrine said...

That is WONDERFUL news! Only a designer would express his happiness in Pantone. :)

Hope the recovery continues to go well, all the best to you and your family!

—An old student

Dylan said...

Alright! I've been worried about you. Glad to see you're on the mend.

roz said...

OMG, Scott, I had no clue you were going through this. I'm so very, very happy for you and your family. I hope your recovery is a smooth one. Hugs to you.

J. E. Morris said...

I also had no idea. So glad you are feeling better. Wishing you a fast and speedy recovery.

Laura Zarrin said...

Congratulations and wishes for a speedy recovery! Love the Pantone reference.

Emilio Z. said...

It so good to hear you're feeling a whole lot better. I know your recovery will be a great time for you and your family.

June said...

So glad to see you are back blogging, and looking a better colour.
With thanks to the donor family too, for thinking outside of their grief.

mitchowl said...

Although yellow is my favorite color I have to say I like it better on my walls than your face. You look great!
I'm so relieved and excited for you. Hope you mend quickly and get back to teaching this fall.

Also Great about the bow ties! Maybe you'll make so much mula you'll want to retire from the classroom and travel the world, ha ha.
Cheers. Linda

Adrienne said...

Scott!!!!! I am so excited for you, and know you have been blessed! Congrats on the surgery, and what is looking like a very successful surgery mapped out in pantone-like form!

Anonymous said...

Scott! I heard the good news this past weekend on the way up to Star Valley. Glad to know all is continuing to be well.

*sending good vibes from the north-west end of the SL Valley*

~Cousin Lindsie

gail said...

Oh, I'm so glad to hear you're back in the pink!!

Wishing you a speedy recovery!

gail

Ben (the bread winner) said...

Wow-you look younger.

+Ben

tusen said...

Scott, I'm so happy to hear (see) the good news. Speedy recovery and all the best to you. And I selfishly hope for more unbooks and more books :)

Muffin said...

Scott!!! We're so happy for you and would like to come visit you sometime. We'll be emailing you with details. We are so happy to see you are feeling better. Can't wait to see you again.

Luv ya. Muffin and Chris :o)

Tracy said...

Oh, I'm so sorry...I had no idea that this was going on with you! I hope you are feeling better. You certainly look much happier and healthier in the picture on the right. :) God bless you and be with you!

Ray said...

I was so excited to find your blog and then to hear of the cancer battle you have been through was quite a shock. It is wonderful to hear that you were able to receive a transplant and see the remarkable improvement of just a few days. I hope that your recovery is continuing to go well.

Ray Merritt

Shelbi said...

I'm so happy to here that you are being able to enjoy life more fully now! It is great that you found a donor!Good luck and God Bless you with your full recovery. And Bless your Wife and Children, as I imagine they too have missed there wounderful Daddy!

Congratulations and I wish you and your family the best for the future! (Good luck with your Books)

Joe LeDosquet said...

Congratulations! I guess I should check your blog more frequently, though, because last I heard you were still waiting and we were still praying that you'd get a transplant. My 20 month old daughter even included you in her prayers (for some reason she took to calling you Uncle Franson though, we're not sure where she got that from). Anyway, glad to see you looking better and we'll pray for a continued recovery.