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Friday, July 25. 2008
I just flew home from visiting Scott at San Quentin. It was another bitter-sweet time of catching up. It is always so good to see him. Scott doesn't deserve to be there and it breaks my heart to leave him behind in that dark place. Visiting Scott is always a pendulum swing of emotions.
Although this tragedy has stripped him of his family and has ruined his name, it has not broken his spirit. He, in fact, has become much more of a man through these painful events. His character is stronger than ever. I am so proud of him and it is an honor to call him a friend.
Romans 5:3-5 (NLT)
Friday, July 18. 2008
There's been a lot of news coverage the last few days about our new blog (and Scott's old blogs posted over two years ago on the CCADP web-site). Although the reports were inaccurate in many ways, it was refreshing for Larry King to read all our responses to his questions on Thursday night's show. No editing! It was read exactly as we responded! Of course, editing would have been welcomed on question six where we mis-typed our answer. We've included the questions presented to us for the show and our answers below.
1. What do you make of the controversy about Scott "blogging" from San Quentin?
Saturday, July 12. 2008
Each night, when I put my head on my pillow, my thoughts go to Scott's little family; Scott, Laci and Conner. I can hardly bare it. I think how hard it is for Scott to fight for his own life after the shock and pain of losing his family. I remember the early Christmas we shared with Scott & Laci in 2002, leaving them on the 20th of December. I think of all Scott & Laci's hopes and dreams they shared with us, and their plans for having Conner and watching him grow.
Monday, July 7. 2008
We are often asked, 'How is everyone in the family doing?" So I thought I would give an update on my family. This year my husband Ed and I celebrated 20 years of marriage and our two daughters are the light of our lives. They have kept us very busy for the past several years as they are both involved in competitive soccer. Our oldest daughter graduated from high school this past May and will play soccer for the women's team at her college. Our younger daughter just promoted from 8th grade and will be a freshman in high school this fall.
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