Friday, November 16, 2007

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words


14 comments:

marta said...

Way to go, Matt! Can't wait to see the next step--out of those bars before you know it!! Love and prayers to you and Tessa and the girls!

Duchess Wall said...

Cool. A couple of weeks ago, it was going to be about a month until you were doing this. Glad I didin't teach you those weeks and months too well! Duchess Wall

Ann L. said...

Go, Matt, Go! Nice to see you up and about....

Love, Aunt Annie :)

Anonymous said...

Great progress, Matt!
Love,
Aunt Ann

Kim H. said...

Your strength is amazing, what a great picture and look forward to seeing more of your progress!
Have a Blessed Thanksgiving,
~Kim

Jane said...

Good for you, Matt! You're looking great and we're very proud of you...give hugs to those 3 lovely gals of yours :)

Jane, Zach, Sam and Chloe

Anonymous said...

Matt, I hope walking is getting easier. It must feel good to be able to power yourself with your own legs.

Here's some military humor for you.

Docked in St. Thomas in the Caribbean, the first thing I noticed was graffiti that screamed, "Yankees, Go Home." Underneath a sailor had scrawled,"Red Sox, Free Drinks at the Bar."

I hope you have a good Thanksgiving with all your favorite food.

I'm still praying for you and your family every day.

Jeanne Kobler

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work Matt! I hope you an all your family have a great Thanksgiving!

Joe Farnsworth

SSG Johns said...

looking good, keep up the great work

joshuadean said...

glad to see that you're up and moving. i have problems with that myself sometimes.

so i'll be in KC for Xmas. hope we can meet up

Anonymous said...

Hey man - keep it up! MCB

Kris said...

Matt,
My name is Kristin and I am a member of Soldiers' Angels. I just wanted to wish you all the best and let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery. May God bless you and your beautiful family now and always.
Thank you for sacrificing so much. You are an inspiration to many.
May you and your family have a wonderful Christmas together and may 2008 be a year full of blessings, joy, and laughter.

God bless,
Kristin

Terry said...

Hey Matt, Happy holidays and I hope you and your family have a beautiful time together! You are doing great! Keep up the hard work, it's paying off! You are still in my prayers and thank you for all you have done! I'm sure others have been blessed and inspired by your strength and endurance! Take care of each other and hang in there! Terry, your Soldier Angel

Anonymous said...

Amazing! I cannot believe how your recovery has been. You are such a strong man.