Huang Family Newsletter, July 2009
Kids – The great weather meant lots of fun weekend outings for Aaron and Jada, including splashing and boating at the lake for Lee’s annual company picnic. Both continue with day care, speech therapy, and special instruction. We scored them space in a great pre-school near us; Jada will move over in September, and Aaron next January when he turns three.
Adults – Amy is powering through her pathophysiology class; two midterms this month meant a whole lot of studying, but she still coordinated the renovation of both of our bathrooms as well as numerous other smaller home and garden projects. Lee is plugging away on a number of work assignments while juggling responsibilities at church and with the non-profit board he sits on.
Accident - On their home from a weekend of hiking in Yosemite, my mom, dad, sister, and brother-in-law got into a really bad car accident. My mom sustained the worst injuries, and is likely to be paralyzed from the chest down. My dad’s injuries have required major surgery and extensive recovery. My sister and brother-in-law are pretty banged up, too. We are heartened by all of the care and support that have been sent our way as everyone seeks to heal, mourn, and adjust.