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Strength in Trials

Strength in Trials

Last night was a great opportunity to connect with some friends at the Centennial Dinner. This is the dinner the night before the Republican State Assembly. State Chairman Ryan Call covered the cost of our meals and gave us VIP seating and recognized our presence during the banquet. We were humbled and honored by the(…)

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Priorities

 I’m writing a little earlier in the day than normal. Debbie and I are looking forward to attending the Centennial Dinner tonight in Broomfield. It will be an opportunity for me to connect with many friends from my days in the State House. Thanks to Glenn and Mary Janssen for making our attendance possible through(…)

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Graduation

Graduation

 My physical therapist came today and wrote up the paperwork for my discharge from at-home therapy! He feels that I have made the progress and accomplished the goals that we set out a little over three months ago and that I’m ready for the next level of therapy in my recovery. That means out-patient therapy(…)

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Encouragement from Friends

Encouragement from Friends

 Today I received a visit from Bill Schroeder from Jefferson County. Bill is a former State Senator and has been involved in politics in Jefferson County and Colorado for a number of years. While serving in the State House, I was Bill’s State Representative. After serving in the State Senate Bill has worked as the(…)

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Chosen But Not Known

Chosen But Not Known

I was just finishing my afternoon coffee and opening my “love letters” from medical providers that have been hanging out there for several months. Fortunately all 20 of the medical bills were under $200 each. Gina Brummett our Executive Director at Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains joined me today for a meeting with Mark(…)

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Relief or Resolve

 The home health care nurse just left after pulling my PICC line and completing her final exam. So after six weeks it is nice to have this eighteen inch line out of my arm and be done with the IV antibiotics. Now the challenge is to avoid future infections. However, we have learned our lesson(…)

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