Be INSPIRED

Follow along and read about how Ryan spent his final days surrounded by those he loved the most... his FAMILY.

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June 21, 2010

POSTS COMING SOON

I have been horrible about putting these final posts out and I DO have good reasons :)

1) I have had family in town helping me get back into the swing of things and I've LOVED spending every minute with them.

2) The more I post= the sooner the blog will come to an end. The THOUGHT of this blog ending is sad for me for many reasons. I don't want to DRAG it out, but I am not in any HUGE rush either. Bare with me...

Please don't forget about TEAM RYAN!
There are plenty more memories to be shared with ALL of you


15 comments:

Emily said...

Margie

No problem, we appreciate you sharing with us your personal stories. I never had the honor of meeting Ryan, but I have grown to love him and your wonderful family through this blog.

I am so glad my brother Seth and Julie were able to come to the funeral and spend time with you.

Thanks for sharing.

Emily

Anonymous said...

Take all the time you need. I have enjoyed seeing your example of love and strength. Thanks for sharing in such a classy, well done way.
May God continue to bless your family.

dougandcheryl said...

None of us could ever forget about Team Ryan. I'm so glad you have shared this with us and that we can continue to hear about your memories.
Thank you Margie!

The Krohmers said...

We are not forgetting here on the east coast! I check everyday... also maybe you could think about continuing it with you and the kids. I know some of us out here want to know how you guys are (and worry about you also) as well as the last days of Ryan's life. Hugs from your lymphoma family!

The Dunn's said...

We still think about all of you. Thank you so much for showing your strength & testimony of the gospel.

John + Jamie = A Delavan Family said...

i was thinking about you all day as i was cleaning, i loved seeing your card in the mail when we came home from our trip. sending you love.
jamie
i'll have to give you a phone call soon.

Seth and Julie said...

As if we could EVER forget Team Ryan. You take all the time you need to share his story, and even if you don't want to end the blog EVER, we will still be right here waiting on that next post. Team Ryan lives on every single day through you and your kids. It never has to end. It never will, blog or no blog.

Katelin said...

You're doing just what you should, and it's so great you've still had so much family support and you enjoy every bit of it! Don't think twice about doing what you've got to do, girl!! We just love you, so don't worry about a thing!

vandi said...

Thanks for sharing all you have with us Margie. I know it's made a difference in a lot of lives. Maybe you can keep Team Ryan Hess going and continue sharing with us how you cope, grieve, heal, get strength, keep faith, keep going, etc. That might be too personal for you to share, but I think if it was something you were comfortable with sharing that it would continue to make a big difference in people's lives. We've learned so much from both you and Ryan. Thanks again for all you've shared. You really are special people: )

Anonymous said...

I agree with all the comments above. I appreciate your strength and look forward to you continuing the final moment's. You and Ryan are an inspiration. You have a wonderful way with words and I will check back as long as you are willing to blog.

May the Lord continue to bless you, your children, along with yours and Ryan's families.

Jeanette said...

Ditto all the above comments. We LOVE you Margie. Ryan's story, shared so beautifully by you with your words and amazing pictures, have changed all who have read it. It's just so touching, I cry every time I read it! Take as long as you want, and know that you will always have us standing by, waiting. We're here for you, just as we were here for Team Ryan. We don't mind waiting. ;) It's always worth it. Thanks again for sharing these memories and thoughts with us.

The Collard Clan said...

Family is amazing. My brother lost his wife almost a year ago and it always amazed me how situations like this actually bring family closer together. If you stop the Team Ryan Blog you should keep us up-to-date on life by just blogging about your family. We Love ya!

Anonymous said...

Don't let this blog end at all Margie!! It is still beginning and will continue!! To echo the words in a previous post, it will never "end." Just think of the strength you can bring to others in this new chapter in your life!! Please think about it! You are a strength to others!!! Who knows, it can bring missionary opportunities!!

Mandi Moon said...

I know that I for one will never forget TEAM RYAN! Not only because it amazes my how many people have rallied around your family, but also because of how amazing of a person Ryan is and no one could ever forget that. :)

Anonymous said...

Please do not end this blog. I would love to keep up with you and your children. Ryan is such a dear friend and I know that he is an angel in heaven. My heart goes out to you and your children. I pray for your strength to continue and hope that you will always remember that there are people out there that love you.
The Patten Family in Utah