Friday, September 29, 2006
And here am tha top of her nee, where you can't see it! You can however , see her rod & one of tha screws!
Well, we just talked to tha doctor & he said she gots an abnormal marrow signal & joint effusion. Her don't know what tha marrow signal thing means but tha ofur means it am grindin together, which her already knew!! Her gots ta go to tha ortho-pee-dick doctor on Monday. Fanks effurrycat for purrayin for her. Puhlease don stop! We don wants any oper-way-shuns. We will keep you updated.
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Well, Momma am getting ready to go to tha V-E-T for tha MRI. Please effurrycat, keep her in yore thoughts & purrayers today. We wubs all you guys!
Monday, September 25, 2006
Firstest & four-most, LUNA AM HOME!!!!! Her Momma say her am skinny, gots fleese (ew) and a boo-boo on her nose but she am glad to be home. Thank you God for bringing Luna home!
This am Sally, (I guess! That am what Momma called it. I hope it am not a boy!) Momma & Daddy finded her when they taked down tha pool yesserday. Daddy taked her down to tha creek so her wood have plenty of waters. Good, cause her needed a baff!
This am Hippity (last name Hop). Him was outside last night. He was furry purrty!
Now, these am from Saturday. What does you fink mine Daddy am doin?????
Oh! He am telling mine Momma to do a burn-out in tha Mustang!! Who nos why?!?!
OH! Momma am DRAG RACIN!!! (Did you see what number her picked up there??? Jimmie Johnsons number!!!)
There her is takin off. Her efun pulled the front end off tha ground a little! (If you clicky it, you can tell it am her.) Momma won one of her time trials & then her lost tha first round so her bought back in & WON! But then her losed tha last round. Her said it am not bad for her first time efur doin it. (On a track & all!) :)
Her nee am still bein all silly so keep her in your foughts & purrayers puhlease! Her gotsta go for tha MRI on Wends-day at 8:45.
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
UPDATE::: Momma am gettin ready to leave to go to tha hop-spittle. Her has to have a vas-cule-er study done. Me am so sad. They also want her to go for an MRI cause tha ex-rays (who did they break up wiff?!) showed what looks like a bone frag-ment in her nee. This am from her acci-dent & her dont no if she can have one yet or not cause of the silly rod in her leg....We will keep you up dated.
I gotta tell you a secrit! Lean ofur heer.......I heard Momma talkin on da phone thing & her said her hasta go to da human v-e-t! Her v-e-t finks her might have a blood clot in her nee & he wants ta look at it. Her might hafta go to da hop-spittal.
Oh no!!! Not mine Momma! Hurry effurrycat help me pray for her......
Oreo, here am a kiss for you to make you feel better. MMMWWWAAAHHH!
Hey Momma, get all way better REEEEEEEELLLLL soon!
We wubs you!
Friday, September 15, 2006
MMMMMM, smells like.....QUINCEY!!!!!
Momma finks she am SO funny...She says I look like a little indian.....
I fink I look like a MAD little indian!!
MMMMM, smells SO good...... Fanks you so furry much Pumpkin & Quincey & Pumkin's Momma too!
Friday, September 08, 2006
2,996 What does that number mean to you? To me, it represents loss, unbearable, unnecessary, irreplaceable loss. It represents sadness & disbelief, tears & anguish. It represents 2,996 lives that were needlessly taken, 2,996 people who’s loved ones must wonder daily if they were the last person to cross his or her mind. Who wonder, did they suffer, or worse, who know that they did. Who look for them automatically when they want to share a joke, or tell a story, or need comfort after a bad day. Who mourn all over again when they realize that their loved one is gone. They can’t see or touch them. Can’t hold them or brush a kiss along their forehead. Who can no longer talk with them about the important things, or the not-so-important things.
Husbands, wives, children, mothers, fathers, grand-parents, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, and cousins. They were all represented there that day. I want to tell you a little about one of the people who is counted among the 2,996. A daughter, a sister, an aunt, a godmother, a friend & a coach. A woman who is survived by her parents, two sisters, five brothers, eleven nieces & seven nephews. Her name was Julie Geis. She was 44 years old. Julie was a warm, kind and giving person, a loving daughter, a devoted aunt, a wonderful sister and a friend to many. Her inner light burned so brightly that its warmth could be felt by anyone she came in contact with. Julie's spirit will never be extinguished as long as her memory is held in the hearts of her family and friends.
(This picture is from one of those friends. The bracelet on the bear is holding has Julie's name & the letters WTC. )
Julie received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1979 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, where she attended college on a full athletic scholarship. She was a four year letterwinner at shortstop for the Huskers Softball team and had her jersey (#15) retired on October 12, 2001. (Julie had a lifelong love for the Nebraska Huskers and was an avid Chiefs fan as well. She enjoyed tailgating at Arrowhead Stadium with friends before each home game.) Her undergraduate degree was in Special Education with a Coaching endorsement. In 1982, she received her Master of Arts degree in Educational Psychology and Measurements from the University of Nebraska and continued on there to receive her Ph.D. in Educational-Administration, Curriculum and Instruction in 1989. During this time, Julie was a Special Education teacher in the Crete, NE Public School system and at Culler Junior High in Lincoln, NE. She also worked in the Barkley Center at the University of Nebraska, where she developed a program for students with learning disabilities. Julie moved to the Kansas City area in 1990 where she went to work for the Postal Service in a Management Training Program. In 1994, she moved to Lee's Summit and began working for Crawford & Co. as a Job Placement Counselor. She went to work for Alexander and Alexander in 1995 and continued working there after their merger with Aon Corporation, an insurance brokerage firm. She worked for Aon for almost seven years where she was a Senior Vice President and Director of New Business Development for AonLine. She was in New York City in the south tower on the 102nd floor for a monthly meeting on the day of the attacks Julie had global responsibilities in her position and in the last year had traveled to London, Paris, Mexico City and Brazil. "Aon was getting established all over the world," her Mother, Mrs. Geis said. "She loved the challenge. She loved the people."
Julie loved playing golf with family and friends and found gardening and yard-work relaxing and peaceful when she could find the time. She loved animals and had two dogs at home, Cagney (a Terrier) and Lacy (a Shih Tzu). Julie was a loving person and cared deeply for her family and friends. She always made it home to Nebraska for every Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday. Julie also had a strong sense of community and was involved in many activities and organizations. She delivered food baskets to needy families and was a member of the Women's Foundation. She was a founding member of Women With One Voice, a non-profit agency which funds programs that serve the health and educational needs of women and children in the Kansas City area, and had served as its president for the past two years. Julie had a passion for helping others and was a strong leader in everything she did.
There were many crosses found in the rubble of the buildings. Perhaps a reminder that no matter what people do to us, God is always there. Always present in the rubble of our lives.
God bless us all.
To Julie's family, I am truly, truly sorry for your loss. I din't know anyone who was taken that day, so I was glad to know Julie's name & face. Now when I pray, I can picture her, I can think of your family. Thank you for sharing things about her & letting me get to know her. You are in my thoughts & prayers. God bless you.
*** Please CLICK HERE to read all the tributes!
****An endowment fund was established by Women With One Voice in Julie's honor, "Julie's Fund." There was also a softball scholarship established by the University of Nebraska in memory of Julie. Donations can be made to "Julie's Fund" through Women With One Voice, PO Box 22523, Kansas City, MO 64113-0253. Donations to the University of Nebraska scholarship fund can be made by contacting the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
**** Most of this information was taken from Julie's obituary. Some other sites are...
Article about her sister's trip.
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