Blake and Emma
As of 6 June 2009 I am creating this site to tell our story. There is a blog about Emma's condition, and how we're dealing with it. The background page is about how we met, and photos are primarily of the family, Emma doesn't care for photos of herself.
Emma has passed on to her heavenly father's care. By her wishes there will be no services or memorials. She asked that you each remember her by raising a glass in her memory, and I request that if you feel moved to do so, please contribute to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network in her name. This website is her only memorial. I may visit and update the blog on events related to her or me, her story is not over as long as we remember her.
I have completed a book about Emma's last year, titled "Surviving". It is available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. Proceeds from the sales will be used to keep ads off this site and to make contributions to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Thank you for visiting and honoring Emma's memory.
You're on the Homepage, there's a counter so I can see how many people have visited (since almost no one signs the Guestbook or leaves comments)
The Blog is updates on Emma's condition and how we're dealing with things. Last entry 4 July 2011
Background is how we met, I find it romantic.
Photos are family pictures, with a page devoted to Autumn, our cat.
Guest Book gives you a chance to let us know you stopped by.
More Information is a collection of links to information about Pancreatic Cancer and the procedures Emma is going through, and a couple of diversions.
Tangents, thoughts outside the blog, will probably turn into a stream of consciousness page.
Condolences is a page of condolence messages received off the website
You can email me at any of my other addresses, or through the link at the bottom of the page.
At The Alamo
Strangely enough, Dr Klien made an Alamo reference when he was speaking to us about pallitive care.