Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The Documentary Premiere

We had a very successful event, Friday, July 27, 2007, on the lawn, at our home, commemorating the premiere of a documentary, chronicling the life of a TBI patient (me, in this case). According to the forecast, there was the threat of a thunderstorm, but good luck prevailed and the weather remained perfect all night, highlighted by the moonrise of a nearly-full moon. With approximately 80 people in attendance, the film lasted about 20 minutes. Preceding the documentary, we showed Joe’s Progress, which Lynn had compiled of photos that she had taken, or, that she found in her collection, and following the documentary we viewed another documentary, also filmed by Silas Hagerty, chronicling the struggles of a paraplegic named Zack.

1 comment:

Andy said...

Here is to a special evening, a great recovery, and the tremendous talents of Silas. The documentary brought tears and celebration at the same time. The documentary really gives the viewer great insight into both your and your family's experience.

It is also so nice to see you smiling and doing everything you love to do. Those fishing photos are priceless.