Monday, June 30, 2008


Nascar with Uncle Steve, Tyler, Lucas, and mom
taking the pictures.
We got to sign the start line.
We got to sit in Tony Stewarts call box.
We got to see the 88 car.
We got to wear the yellow headsets that let us hear the drivers talking.
We got to go sit inside a suite and not out in the hot yucky weather with the noise.
Love Meghan

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now I will be in the 6th Grade.

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Recital 08

More to come when I have time.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Ballet, Tap, Pointe Classes 08

Here is some pics. of Meghan dancing. Enjoy!

Monday, June 16, 2008

Medical Update 6/16/08


Lung Functions the best they have ever been.

So no hospital.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Dennis Walters Show


This is my new friend Dennis Walters. He is cool. He is paralized from the waist down. But he can still play golf. He has a special golf cart with a chair that turns and has a big belt that holds him there and he can golf sitting down. He does a show that teaches people to NEVER NEVER GIVE UP. Just what I always say. Check out

I also met another new friend. Joanne O'Keefe. She brought us there to meet Dennis. We stayed in a hotel and my room opened right up to the indoor pool. It was cool. I went swimming at 7 am. She is a nice lady. We had fun. She knows alot of people. Check out and she works with both of those.

Friday, June 6, 2008

The Stancombe Family

Hello Everyone

I am now helping with another project. The Standcombe Family in Merrimack NH needs help.
The Rotary Club, Reeds Ferry Elementary School and I are nominating them for an Extreme Home Makeover. If it doesn't get picked for the fall visit to NH. Then we as a community will build them a new house. Why do they need it? Well they have two kids with Battens Disease. Yeah look it up . I didn't know what it was either, but now I do and it is BAD. The house is not safe or handicapped accessible and we want to help them. I will keep you updated as to the progress. Right now we have the stuff ready to send to Extreme Home Makeover and we have an architect drawing plans for us just incase they don't come back to NH. So one way or the other they will get a new house or a remodeled house. So they can give the kids the best while they still are alive.
It is no fun being sick and I can't imagine not being able to move or see.
HI This is Sue
Imagine seeing your children go from a "normal" active child to a wheelchair bond, not being able move without help, speak to you , or see you. I can't. After meeting the mom and seeing her love for her kids and how strong she is for them. I knew we needed to be involved. I will keep you updated.
The children at the top are William age 5 and Gracie age 3. As you see William is already wheelchair bond and Gracie unfortunately will be that way in the coming years.