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11-10-2011 09:07 hour
BRODIE BLACKWOOD ( NEWZEALAND )

HI RORY I HOPE YOU ARE FEELING BETTER NOW.I REALLY WANT YOU TO BE AT OUR SCHOOL.I THINK KORIE AND KODY IS MISSING YOU AND SO IS THE REST OF THE CHILDREN.WE HAD SO MUCH FUN THIS YEAR ON SHOW DAY.

03-10-2011 10:06 hour
The Johnstons ( Dargaville , NZ )

Hi!!  Wow that is amazing news!! We are all so excited for you!!  So much to plan now.  Cant wait to see the photos!!
Kody is home today.  Last week he managed to break a toe so is hobbling around on crutches for a few days.  Pretty impressive bruising too. He did it on Wednesday last week but I never got him to the doctors till Thursday...because I didnt really believe him!!!  whoops by the time we got him to the doctors his little toe was poking out on a very odd angle!!  But on the mend now.  Boys and crutches are a funny mix both Kody Ben and their Poppa have used them as pretend guns.  Kody has made good use of everyone waiting on him. 
A couple of weeks ago the DPS had their Book Week.  It went off with a bang. They had parent day, Grandparent day and guest reader day ( I dressed up as a very scary ugly Bad Jelly the Witch and had loads of fun scaring a few classes!!) Then on the final day the entire school dressed up as book characters it was fabulous.  All the office girls and Mr Russek and Whaea Danielle dressed up as "Robin Hood"  It was very funny they staged a robbery of Miss Ellis's golden jewels.  All the classes had to parade in front of the rest of the school.  Miss McGlassins class did a fantastic "  Rugby World Cup opening ceremony" other classes shuffled, boogied and jived.  The Kindy and Family link all joined in.  Kody went as Sonny Bill Williams and Ben as Dan Carter.  I argued that they were Rugby players and not book characters but lost.  So I gave them Black hair and painted up some All Black shirts.  Im sure there will be photos in the paper this week.
So happy planning and packing!!  Miss you all lots
Love from the Johnstons

03-10-2011 07:36 hour
Julie

Hey Rory, if Mum gets a chance this week, thru friends of mine I heard of a set of Tibetan monks creating a sand mandala in ingelwood this week. It is an amazing process to witness and they do it to promote peace and I'm sure you and mum would like to see it being created.Its at the Forrestal lodge, 23 Rimu St. It started ovr the weekend and will be finished on friday i think. cheers Julie.

27-09-2011 10:28 hour
Merril Campbell ( Auckland , New Zealand )

Hiya Leigh,  Mum snipped out the the article from the paper and sent it up to me about Rory going to Disneyland!!  What an amazing trip, the whole family is going to have so much fun.     I was also very glad to read that Rory is still in remission, what an incredible boy you have there, he is a fighter.   I imagine he gets that spirit from his parents.   The journey that you guys have been through moved me to tears, this trip could not have come at a better time.   Looking forward to seeing all the photo's on the blog when you get back. 
All the best with the fundraising, I have donated on behalf of the 'Sleeps'.   Hopefully might see you at Christmas?  
Love, Merril and Gavin and Dahlia Campbell

27-09-2011 10:01 hour
Sandy ( HELL, New Plymouth , New Zealand )

OMG. Near to tears I have just read your last entry and am so very thrilled for you.
Now is the time to enjoy planning for your trip!
 
 

21-09-2011 21:15 hour
McHayla Brinkley ( New Plymouth , New Zealand )

I just came across this through Facebook as my friend was sharing about Rory and how it was a struggle to raise the money for your trip to Disney land.
I was reading Rory's life story, and wow, what an amazing kid! I went to inglewood primary myself, but ended in 2008 and I didn't get the chance to meet Rory, but by what I have read, he is such an amazing kid! Already an inspiration and I've only read about him on the Internet.
He is also very lucky to have such supportive parents, by what I have read, you guys are so lovely and what to give Rory the very best.
This must be a struggle each and everyday, but to see how strong Rory is and to know that he is your child, must be such a pleasure.
I myself have always wanted to meet someone with cancer because I think they are such an inspiration! I mean, they go through so much - as u would well know, and they fight through everyday, and that's just amazing, I take my hat off to them!

Keep up the good work, you're doing a GREAT job!!!
Xo

13-09-2011 09:22 hour
Sandy ( NP , NZ )

Leigh sometimes all you can do and need to do is 'just breath'. You are truly amazing and have been an inspiration to many. Your boys are very blessed to have you as their mum and wife.
We have another bag to collect when you are next passing,
Love to you all from the team at Hell New Plymouth.

12-09-2011 19:23 hour
Trudi Johnston ( Dargaville , NZ )

YOU are the most AMAZING MUM I have EVER met!!! 
Love Trudi xxxxx

03-09-2011 17:12 hour
Julie williams

Hey rory and family, so exciting to hear your news about a trip to the states. If Mum would like to email on my hoem email jjmz@vodafone.co.nz i have some disney tips that i learnt when i took my boys that i think might help you guys make your trip better.
Will sort out a donation for you to help you on your way soon too.
So lovle to see Granny Gardiner's smiley face every day at work too

29-08-2011 13:16 hour
Kathryn Milich ( Dargaville , NZ )

Eeeeeek!!  Disneyland!!  This will be the best holiday ever, I am so excited for you!  Looking at your snow photos gives me the shivers, however it is good to see dad wearing sensible long pants and not his trademark shorts! Lol  Colt is growing so fast, he looks a little bit cheeky to me, Jayden-Rei is crawliing all over everything and took his first solo step last week, Korie loves it when he comes to visit.  Well done on your soccer and speech acheivements Sam you surely must be very proud of yourself.  You are lucky to be allowed to hang on the clothes line Rory, Korie was swinging on ours yesterday and it looked like it was going to snap in half!  So no more of that for him!  We have a new 8 week old kitten who has joined our family as of yesterday, she keeps Korie entertained for long periods of time, tonight he and Gordon are going to build a cat scratcher for her to stretch her claws on instead of the furniture, should be interesting to see what they come up with, there were so many towers and climbing structures at the pet shop but we reckon we could create something a bit more unique!  Anyways I must go and source some carpet off cuts and bits of wood for the guys tonight, take care and a big hello to you all, Love from the Morrisons xox