Monday, March 22, 2010

...So In Conclusion

Both Cindy and I agree that all good things must come to an end, and so it shall be with "The Adventures of Cindy Lou" blog.

The great news, as you know, is that there is no monumental news to report and the blog updates are becoming a repetition of Cindy's daily activities that will likely continue for some time to come.

She is back to work...progressing through physical therapy...and planning for her/our future, which seems brighter than it has been in more months than I care to count.

To all of you who have been there for us, words cannot possibly capture the gratitude that exists. Your selfless and gracious acts of love, kindness and support nurtured us throughout our journey.

I would love to mention everyone by name but I would be forever haunted with guilt if I left even one name off the list. So with that in those who were by our side during surgery, visited Cindy at home, provided meals, assisted with correspondences, stayed at the house while I was away, called and emailed to see how we are doing, sent flowers and gifts, provided valuable advice, watched our pets, prayed for Cindy's recovery (it worked!), and for any and everything else that helped us get from the starting line to where we are today, we cannot possibly thank you enough! Cindy and I will never be able to properly repay you. Then again, you also know we will always be there for you if you ever need us for anything.

The journey is far from over, but it is no longer worthy of a blog. At the same time, we want everyone who has read the blog to know you can contact us at any time for updates. I can be reached at or on Facebook. Cindy can also be reached in the same fashion at or on Facebook...and of course, as always, we are but a phone call away!

We have much to look forward to...and with that, we thank you again for everything and hope we see and/or speak to you soon.


Rob & Cindy


  1. :(

    I understand, though.... I hope you archive these entries before you delete the blog. They are such a part of your journey, as I think the stories and photos capture a personal and meaningful perspective that is inspiring to many.

    Love to you both!

  2. I will miss reading the blog and seeing pictures of how great Cindy looks, but I am so happy that things are getting back to "normal".

    Love ya,