Saturday, April 4, 2009

Saturday April 4, 2009

Ryan would like to wish his Grandpa Mac a Happy 80th Birthday. Ryan was suppose to go have dinner with him, but wasn't feeling well after another event filled day. Ryan is having some issues with pain, but we are working with hospice to try and get the medicines corrected to bring his pain under control.

Also, thank you to all that attended the pancake breakfast in Hilliard today. It was great to see so many people come out to support Ryan. Ryan was able to attend and enjoyed talking with everyone.

Ryan had the opportunity to enjoy the nice afternoon with his friends and went for a ride in his car. Whenever he can, he will get out and enjoy the open road. Today was a beautiful day to do so.

We were able to catch the Blue Jackets get another point in a tough overtime loss to Nashville. CBJ Live did another piece on Ryan and we have received some very nice comments from the story. Ryan plans on attending the game tomorrow night and cheer the Jackets to a victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.
-Brad

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ryan,

I hope the Blue Jackets win this one! Last Sunday's game was not so good. It was mine and Kayleigh's first game. We had a great time even with the loss. Ryan have fun at the game on Sunday. Go Blue Jackets!!

We Love You!
The Acker's

Anonymous said...

Hi Ryan,
Hope you get to feeling better...you are an inspiration to many...
Many prayers coming your way...

deb/mi said...

I am so happy that Ryan got to go out with the Cars yesterday :) I hope we can get down to meet everyone next week!Many prayers.................

Kyle Alfriend said...

Hey Ryan-

Everywhere I go I hear people talking about you. A true celebrity and inspiration!

Take care my friend. There are many people praying for you.

TylerAlfriend.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Ryan,

Hope you are feeling better. Hang in there man! Everyone is keeping you in their thoughts and prayers. Stay strong and GO JACKETS!

DGS

Anonymous said...

Saturday was great… Sorry Ryan had to miss his Grandpa’s B D dinner… I’m sure Richard understood… Great PR in Ryan’s behalf…. Carol

Jackie said...

I hope Ryan and Eric have fun at the game. I love you and miss you!

xoxo
Jackie

Anonymous said...

Ryan, It was so good to see you yesterday at the pancake breakfast. It was a great turnout because you are such an inspiration to everyone and have many friends. We are so proud of you!

Love, Uncle Larry & Aunt Janet Burns

Anonymous said...

Hi Ryan and family,
I want you to know how much it meant to me to be able to meet you all yesterday and give you all hugs. Your family has a special place in my heart and I will continue to keep all of you in my prayers! Ryan, I saw you when you walked in the door and the first thing I noticed was your beautiful smile...you are such a strong young man! Hang in there and enjoy your time with the Blue Jackets!
God Bless You!...F.R.O.G....
Linda and Al

Joe Hylton said...

Ryan,

It was great to see you and the family at the game Sunday. Only one point, but that narrows the field down some. It's gonna go down to the wire. What you and the CBJ have done for each other is tremendous. They are 1st class and you've been an inspiration not only to the team but for more people than you're probably aware. I have no doubt #3's gonna get us to the playoffs!

Anonymous said...

Hey Kiddo..Praying for your pain,keep the faith of God.

Anonymous said...

Ryan,

I caught the piece on you on CBJ Live on Saturday night and just had to drop you a line. You are a true inspiration! Keep up the fight! God bless!

-CH

Anonymous said...

Ryan,

The company I work for is helping raise money for you and your family. I would just like to share with you I had a childhood friend just like a brother pass away just two years ago while fighting osteoscarma. He was an inspiration to many and its great to see someone else with the courage, strength and faith as you do. You are in my prayers and thoughts. God is with you in your jounery and you will succeed. As Michael would say you are fighting the good fight and you will win.
God Bless,
Katee Thompson