Saturday, May 3, 2008

Nothing Short of a Miracle...

No words can truly express the feelings that are shared by Michael and I. We really had no idea so many people cared! When I think of miracles, I think of the scriptures, I think of Christ, and the days of old. And I've wondered what it would be like to see...last night...was nothing short of a miracle. Our best friend and neighbor, Kim Blackett and her mother Peggy and sister Jennifer, began planning last night's event just days after Michael's accident...we had no idea of the magnitude! Literally hundreds of people arrived showing their love and support! Their were so many incredibly generous people who donated items for the auction as well as those that came and bought. We were in total awe! There were friends and family who spent hours and hours setting up...typing...counting...decorating...aranging and planning...even some total strangers to Mike and I came to support! Seriously, there are countless stories of amazing people and the things that were done for us! I think that is the most mind boggling part about this whole thing...everything that has been done...has been for our little family! It is really hard to wrap my mind around! If only we knew of a way to say thank you...last night after came home and began to settle from the excitement I was overcome...the realization of everything hit so hard...the realization that we are going to be just fine...everything is going to be ok!

Thank you for nothing short of a miracle...


Michael, Michelle, Brody and Jocelyn

PS one more awesome 4 news came! They interviewed Mike and I and some family and friends. Gee, I think Mike was born for the camera he looked so good...we were sure nervous...but it was a pretty cool experience (you may have to mute the music on my blog to hear the clip).. here it is!


The Larson Family said...

You guys both looked great on the news! That's pretty exciting! I'm glad the auction went so well too. I'm so glad you are feeling some relief from the stress you've been under. Thanks for letting us know how it went!

The Gomes Family said...

You didn't appear nervous on Television you did great! I think it is wonderful that so many people showed up. I am so so glad that you are now feeling a peace or a sense of "we are going to be okay". What a relief! Love you guys.

Jessica Evans said...

Kemp Family,
That is so cool! You look like a pro on tv. I was on their to thats so cool! lol Well I am glad the auction went so well last night. It was fun being there and seeing everyone come and bid. Its wonderful that you guys are not in as much stress as you were a few months ago.
Hope everything goes well.
-Jessica Evans

jenngray said...

When I grow-up I want to be like the two of you! Thanks is all I can say to you. You have helped me to remember what is really important. We wish you all the best and please let us know what else we can do to help!

Becky (0: said...

Michelle and Mike,
We love you and want you to know that you are always in our prayers! Lookin' good on tv!!!
Becky Ruff (0:

Jen said...

WOW! You guys are so incredible! I mean, seriously! Every time I read your blog and see your faith and wonderful attitudes, you remind me of the kind of person I want to be someday! I cry everytime and I'm just so grateful to have even rubbed shoulders with you a little bit. I'm glad the auction went well. I wish I could have been there! Good luck with rehab! I'm sure Mike will break all sorts of records for recovery time!

Jennifer Tanner

Carol and Joe said...

From Carol and Joe Weaver in Georgia...we would love to have been with your wonderful family and hope that maybe we helped in some very small way to have made your aution a success. It was great seeing your family on the television interview - wow, real TV stars!

Hope to see you guys when I'm back out in Utah in October. Stay strong and believe in miracles.