Monday, February 18, 2013

Valentine's Day Without Heidi

I didn't think this holiday would be difficult like Thanksgiving and Christmas were.. but I was wrong.  So I decided to continue the tradition of getting Heidi a rose every Valentine's Day and here it is:

I continue to find solace on tough nights by remembering the good times together..

I'm hoping to hike at least 100 trails this year.
They will all have brief videos\clips posted on this page:
Live Strong!
- Joe


  1. Joe,
    I continue to check in on you and your blog. I am glad to see you are still posting every now and again. I am also happy to see you are continuing your hiking and find great peace and solace in those beautiful forests.

    Have you ever hiked Glacier Nat'l Park? I live not too far away and talk about inspiring hikes! If you ever make over here, I'd be happy to link you up with some awesome hikers.

    cyndi heath

  2. Joe, thank you for sharing your story. I am moved by your story. I am a complete stranger to you. I found your blog from another site. I am so sorry for your loss and your current struggle. I am new to the world of cancer. I am in treatment for bladder cancer. I am not sure if I am in remission yet or not, but the last surgery results came back clear. I am blogging my story also ( I am joining your followers so I can keep up with your story. I will be praying for you.

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