Nov 30, 2009


Four years- it sounds so much longer than it feels. Larissa has been there every step of the way. I love you, Larissa. My life without her would be stupid. It's amazing. I'm laying in bed and Larissa is sitting on the end of it. She has been sitting with me for four years. She loves me. Why? God enables her to love me. I appreciate the fact that she loves me.



Anonymous said...

You (and your family) have put your life in the Lord's light of blessing and because of this you all are truly blessed.

Wonderful post!!

God will bless always

Continue to pray for you Ian, and please pray for us also.

The Minori Family

Anonymous said...

That is just awesome!! So happy to read your communications through this blog as well! God is good. All the time!

Anonymous said...

Wow-what a love story....a true Christ centered love story for us all to learn from.
This is so cool that Ian is posting!
Wendy in MD

Anonymous said...

True love endures all as Jesus endured all for us! Larissa is by your side because she truly loves you! If not-she would have been gone a long time ago!

Prayers are sent daily for your recovery by so many people-this is truly the work of our Lord Jesus Christ!

Enjoy the Holidays and rejoice in the happy memories you have of time spent with your own father here on earth! They will not be the same as when he was here-but then life is ever changing as you of all people know so well.

Continue to trust in the Lord!
Wendy, NC

Anonymous said...

Way to go dude - that's awesome!

-Matthieu (&Amber)

Anonymous said...

~ This is truly Blessed Relationship~

Anonymous said...

Man. One almost has to ask "when is the movie coming out?" That way it can also reach the non-computer generation. Can Ian actually recall old memories, or is he concentrating on just making new ones?
Have a blessed Christmas - you and your family are quite an inspiration.

Michele said...

Happy anniversary and many more! Love to you guys. Thanks for keeping up this blog. There are many of us in Lancaster, and from the film HOME that don't communicate on the blog very much but read it regularly to see how you and your family are doing and we talk and hope and pray amongst ourselves about your lives.
We love you from afar!

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for your message, for your hard work, for your faith and YES thank you for introducing Larissa to us. Larissa is a remarkable person, I feel privileged that God included her in my life. Your dad is a very special, I feel very blessed that I associated with him so much to call him my brother. Your dad was (is) reunited with God because God wanted him in heaven. I love your dad, I miss your dad a lot and I look forward to seeing him in the life after. Please continue your hard work; please continue showing us what a great job God is doing through YOU.

Anonymous said...

Your words are so encouraging to others who have suffered brain trama. We continue to pray for you. We are inspired by your courage and love. Please pray for Joel who also suffers brain injury.
Thank you,
~M, K and Joel

Anonymous said...

Wonderful post, Ian! To God be the Glory! You are both a trophy of His grace! jenny

Anonymous said...

It is lovely to hear from you Ian and especially because the message you are telling is one of love and the a gift of the Cross. Two people joined by the love of Christ. special loving thoughts wending your & Larissa's way this day,

Heidi said...

It's so great to see you posting, Ian. Keep up the good work!

Jen said...

Ian, considering that several years ago I remember going on a run and breaking down in tears, sobbing as I prayed for God to preserve your life, I am once again in tears as I read your words and know that you continue to progress, that you are both walking in his will and his love and through that amazing heavenly love, your love for each other... I am blown away by this. Thank you for posting! Thank you for fighting. Pray for you so very often.
-Jennifer S.

Monkeywrenchmel said...

God of wonders beyond our galaxy
You are Holy, Holy