Thursday, September 24, 2009
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Friday, September 11, 2009
We hope to see you at our yard sale this weekend! It is from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Sherman Street in Lexington. In addition to all the good stuff we will be selling, there will also be yummy treats being sold by Jessie to benefit the Foundation.
Additionally, I will be selling monkey tees and hats, as well as items from our new winter gear collection, including the long sleeve, full-zip, fleece jacket you see Dan wearing in the picture below! ($45.00) I only ordered 24 of these in various sizes, so get yours while they last! Long sleeve monkey tees and sweatshirts with the logo embroidered on the chest are also available in limited quantities.
GOLF GOLF GOLF!
Did you see our HUGE, color ad in the Lexington Minuteman on Thursday 9/10 (page 10)? We still have a few spots open and we want to fill them! The weather forecast looks GREAT for next Thursday, 9/17, so send me an email and we'll save you a spot!
Steven continues to make improvements, and in doing so, continues to need your help to fund his rehabilitation. Tanya has been informed that once her mother leaves in TWO SHORT WEEKS, Steven will need 12-hour care daily, which will be approximately $1200-$1500 dollars WEEKLY, NOT COVERED BY INSURANCE. We truly appreciate your continued support!
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Jessie (shown above) will be holding a bake sale also. Inspired by another Amesbury 4-year-old, Riley (you may remember me posting about her generosity earlier in the summer), Jessie is excited to make signs and spend all day Friday baking yummy things "to help Uncle Steven." Jessie fully understands that all funds raised will be given to The Steven T. Hill Stroke Foundation, and is proud to be helping her Uncle.
Also being sold: monkey tees and hats! And new to our collection: items for Fall, including long-sleeve tees!
STEVEN'S SURGERY DATE...STILL UNKNOWN
The appointment at BWH went well, however the surgeon is erring on the side of caution and not willing to set a date for the reattachment of Steven's skull piece yet. The veins are still quite traumatized from the effects of the stroke, and the surgeon does not want to risk any further complications. We were a bit bummed, but of course just want what is best for Steven. Tanya and Steven went for a walk yesterday in this beautiful holiday weekend weather, and she said he enjoyed it quite a bit!
HERE A MONKEY, THERE A MONKEY
Here is our latest little monkey! This is a picture of Noah Avery from New York. Tanya's sister, Becky, sends her son, Liam, to Noah's Mom, Jamie, for childcare. Did you follow that?! Jamie, we are happy to have Noah join our clan of Steven's littlest monkey supporters! Thanks for climbing aboard!