Wednesday, 02 April 2008 08:42
i hope your doing good with your chemo and stuff to come. i was so excited to hear that your brothers mike and steve *and his fiance* and your dad will be at the game. I really wanted you to eb there but do to conflicting schedules it was actually put for the day that your gonna be getting Lindseys bone marrow. Hope your doing well Eric and your in our thoughts and prayers.
get well soon
Wednesday, 02 April 2008 00:05
Hi Eric, I'm Lindseys "favorite" lunch lady at school and I just wanted you to know we are all thinking about you and wishing you the best! Hang in there and we are praying for a fast recovery !
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 21:36
Hey Eric, I know it's really tough right now, but hang in there. I'm thinking and praying for you all the time. I'll be there to see you soon with Mike, and if you're up to it, I'll bring some deer sausage
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 17:20 | Stanford, CA
Hold up man. The human mind controls the body and as long as someone fights they go on. Sounds cliche but I hear a lot of interesting stories being right next to the Stanford Hospital. I met you a long time ago as I lived with Mike at Acacia for a couple years. I'll be sure to pray.
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 13:13 | Manitowoc
Just finished reading the nice article in the Herald Times, as always our thoughts and prayers are with you and with Lindsey too, and you are so right, baby Ava is truly a gift from God and you will be able to watch her grow, I just know it!!!!!!
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 11:59
Good luck Eric! I'm a friend of Mike's and I've told my family your story; they are all praying for you.
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 11:09
Just wanted to let you know that people you don't even know are praying for you. God bless you and yours.
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 08:34
Don't know if you'll remember me but I was a secretary at Clarke Middle School when you were there. So sorry to hear your cancer has returned. You have a wonderful attitude and a fantastic family. This will all help you. I am so proud of Lindsey for being your donor. You will beat this again. Hang on to that sense of humor-it helps. You are all in our prayers, God will see you through this. Hang in there-Mom, you hang in there too!
Love to You & Your Family,
p.s. Our oldest son David had cancer when he was 14. I remember him saying, well, I think you can die from this, but I'm not going to!
That was 25 years ago last week, and he will be 40 in May!!
Tuesday, 01 April 2008 00:26 | Oshkosh
Good luck eric.. everyone's thinking of ya..
Monday, 31 March 2008 23:55
I hope that all goes well. You're in my prayers. I'll see you sometime soon!