jack's recovering health :-)
- Dear Elizabeth and Jack,
I'm so happy with the great news about Jack, how he's been doing and his
whistling when he gets up! Keep it up, Jack!!! :-)
I was also glued to CNN and Sky News for hours on Jan 20. I followed the
campaign for many months and wished him to "Break a leg!" on Nov 4 on CNN's
iReport. And I hope he meets many of the expectations that Americans and the
Hugs both, Teresa
> Hi all--
> Jack really seems better over the last two days, though his pulse is
> still very low--around 42 this morning. He woke up whistling the last
> two mornings, so I know he is feeling pretty good. We have been going
> to dinner and the movies each evening, with a nap in the afternoon.
> We were totally enthralled by the inauguration, and sat glued to the
> TV all day yesterday--a good day of rest, as well as an inspiring
> moment in US history. Ken Burns, the producer/director of many US
> history documentaries for Public Television, wrote that we are
> entering the third major period of US history: the Revolution to the
> Civil War, the Civil War and Reconstruction to the present, when the
> promise of the Republic expressed by Dr. King can finally be realized.
> We are now hopeful of a new era of peace, or as Secretary Clinton
> said, an era when diplomacy and development will drive our mission.
> Cheers from freezing cold Florida (Carla--you left just at the right