Wednesday, August 8, 2007


We hear that Matt is able to do wheelies in his manual chair. We also hear that Matt fell from the chair and had to have three sutures put in his arm...Hummmm!!!???


marta said...

Matt, Way to go! You make a PT proud--I am sure Mark, PT is especially proud of you. Hope to be able to visit soon or at least will call you. love, marta

Anonymous said...

Now that's no surprise! I have such fond memories of sitting in the Lammers' driveway with Stacy watching Matt practice skateboarding tricks. Some things never change ...

:) ahn

Ann L. said...

Hey Matt,

You're still making "forward" progress, right? There's no stopping you now, and I'm sure your PT's have figured out there's no use in trying to hold you back. Keep working hard. We think about you and Tessa everyday.

love, Annie :)

Anonymous said...

Stitches! Way to go, Matt!
Keep poppin' those wheelies!
Love you,
Becky & Bob

Jane Barnhart said...

Matt, haven't you had enough stitches for one year? I'm glad these were from something enjoyable :) Glad to hear you're doing well. Keep up the great work. Love you all!

Judy said...

Hello Matt,
I am truly inspired by seeing how much you are recovering. I put a blog out to you when I first heard about your injuries. With a lot of praying and wonderful people like your mom, dad, sister, and wife you will continue to make remarkable recovery. I so enjoy working with your mom at Gardner Elementary. She is so sweet. Just to let you know, I am very proud of your service to our country and so are your fellow soldiers. Keep up the good spirits as well.
Judy Cooper

Anonymous said...

Dear Matt,

A joke for you to enjoy:
"All you idiots, fall out!" shouted the sergeant at the soldiers standing in formation. As the rest of the squad dispersed, one soldier remained at attention.
The sergeant stalked over and raised a single eyebrow. The private grinned. "Sure was a lot of them, huh, sir?"

I hope your therapy is going well.

Jeanne Kobler

Anonymous said...

That sounds like the Matt I knew in kindergarten. That attitude of thanks for the positives in your life also sounds like the Matt I knew. You and all of your family are in my prayers. I love you and Jesus loves you more, Duchess Wall (aka Mrs. Wall, your kindergarten teacher)

Anonymous said...

Dear Matt,

I just found out all this information about you from my son who attends St James Acad. in Lenexa, KS.

I am the social worker at ON High School. We worked together quite a bit. I would really like to email you directly so I can communicate with you.

You certainly are an unbelieveable EAGLE. Peace and God Bless

Mrs. Pollom