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September 08, 2010


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Alex Mora

Hey mano, how about Vietnam for the next accident... Dubai, sounds good too. Well, we still have four months to decide, please get well soon!!!


You guys are too much! Kibbuttzers! (I made up the spelling myself. Do you like it?)
Happy days to all of you. Love and laughter. :) Diane


Hahaha! You have me in stitches!...well not real ones. :)


Fantastic. Gotta love that little Diego!


just read about your accident - best wishes from chicago for a speedy recovery! your ability to see the upside in all this and keep laughing is truly inspiring. sounds like you have the finest and most loving friends and family supporting you :) that's the best medicine.

Janet M

I'm glad to hear that you made it home to your loving family. Get well soon.


That quote resonates with me. In the last months of my mom's battle with cancer I was surprised at how much our family laughed together. Surprised at first, but I quickly came to realize how helpful it was to recognize true moments of humor in the painful journey we were taking, and how vital it is to choose to notice what is beautiful and what is funny along with the harder moments that come without choice.

Bill, as sorry as I am for you going through this very difficult experience, it reveals something about your character and also that of your dear family: a beautiful optimism and resilience that is truly inspiring. I often hope I will remember Elsita's general outlook on life when it is my turn to face a grave trial again.

Sending continued best wishes and love to you all...

p.s. my joke, which I refrained from sharing out of respect for the situation, was to wonder why your stunt double didn't take the fall for you? Surely everyone in Hollywood has a stunt double? :)


Alex is the best. Growing up with him made a huge difference in my life. I don't remember a day when he didn't make me laugh. We're so lucky to have him in our lives.
Elsi :)


To funny you guys!

Thanks for the reminder!

God Bless You and Yours!!!

Janet M

Here's a link that you may find useful.
I got one when I broke my ankle and it was great to be able to walk around.

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