Instructions For Visiting Will (From Kelli)
We continue to be so incredibly encouraged by everyone’s comments, emails, posts, texts, and calls. I know we are not responding to each of them, but we — without a doubt — receive them and feel loved.
I also know that many of you want to come and visit Will and Angie. John and I (Kelli) are working with them to schedule/organize visits with all those who want to come, but we also want to protect Angie and Will’s time together as well as not exhaust Will with a constant stream of visitors. As you might imagine, it’s a delicate balance. They love the visits and want to welcome everyone into their midst, but there is limited time and energy each day to host guests. So, we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding with this.
For those of you who are in LA or traveling here to visit, please contact me or John to help you navigate your visit. Angie has established some “ground rules” for those visiting. Will’s room is a place of hope and support and encouragement. They both love for visitors to come and share fun memories and stories. To pray with them and offer encouraging words. She asks that not every person walking in be crying but she also realizes that this is a very emotional time for all of us. Please let Will take the lead on this. Again, this is a delicate balance.
John and I are here to assist and are happy to help you navigate this portion of your visit. We want to continue to enjoy and encourage and offer hope to Will in each moment we have with him. We are still praying for a miracle.
If you want to visit, please email email@example.com.
Andy Ross(cousin)March 29, 2013
Hearing about what is taking place is hard to digest….there are some really beautiful thoughts written from family and friends. Thank you for keeping us updated. Will must really have a unique spirit and strength…
Love and prayers