|On the Clark Fork (of the Columbia River), with Scott Nicolarson, Trout guide par excellence, August '12|
|Brother-in-law Scott with a fat Montana Rainbow and guide, Chris|
|Dad and I on a cool Montana morning|
Other happenings have included a visit from my sister Laure and her family, a harrowing surgery for our oldest dog, Shiloh (he's recovering well), and as of this week, 2 months back at work for me. I feel well and strong; I am planning to do a 10-mile hike to commemorate 9 months since my transplant (that anniversary will be September 21, a few days from now). My next full re-staging will be in Houston, November 6 and 7.
This week is the one-year anniversary of my hospitalization for pneumonia, which led to the lung cancer, then lymphoma, then Richter's transformation diagnoses, and all that came after. It is hard to believe it really happened. Among the things I will never forget is the support and love that surrounded me and my family. I will always be grateful for it.
God's best to you and your family. Trust in Him; He will not fail you, for He has your eternity in his hands.
Dan and Renee