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28-04-2009 09:27 hour
Nic Miles ( London , United Kingdom )

Hi Rory, just wanted to say that we heard what you're going through and are truely moved by your courage and bravery.  An inspiration of hope and joy travels a long way - right the way round the world in fact.  We're sending out thoughts of love and good health from London everyday - and feel sure they'll find you.  We all care for you and wish you a full return to health - where the heart goes, the body follows.
Lots of love, Nic x

28-04-2009 08:35 hour
Hinauri & Sidney Nehua-Jackson ( Auckland , NZ )

Hi there Rory, its your little cuzzies Hinauri & Sidney here, we are Aunty Deirdre's mokopuna.  We live in Auckland not far from were you are staying.  I am 5 and a half years old and my little sister is 3 and a half.  We have been wanting to come and see you to see how you are, but mum said that you cant have kids in your room yet...but thats ok, just know that we are here for you, mum, dad and your little brother too.  We do look forward to meeting you soon.  If there is ANYTHING that you need or want just let me know and i will make sure mum gets it to you.  We love to shop so whatever you want i bet we can find it here in Auckland.  Well we better be off to school now. Love you heaps & heaps. Always your little cuzzies Hinauri & Sidney

27-04-2009 20:00 hour
Newman-Horne Family ( Waihue, Dargaville , NZ )

hi Rory, We have been away for the holidays at mahia and guess what? we swam with a dolphin called moko! hes been at mahia for two years now. good to here your has been, hugs to you all, stay strong, lots of love from the newman-horne family

27-04-2009 19:53 hour
Trudi Johnston ( Dargaville , New Zealand )

Hello!  Well now I hope Dad is doing a good job in charge of looking after you! I have some photos to send back with Mum I think you will enjoy them. 
Well we got to meet the new teacher Miss Whiting today, and she was very nice.  Kody tried to tell me there was no homework today but I double checked and turns out he was tricking!  We had to look up some meanings of words and it was quite hard!  I am going to check with Miss Whiting tomorrow just exactly what to do...even I couldnt figure it all out! 
I am happy to hear the operation went ahead and hope you are feeling better and better all the time.   Looking forward to catching up with you again sometime soon.  Take care lots of love Trudi and Co. xxxxx

27-04-2009 18:35 hour
Miss Barr ( Tauranga )

Hi Rory,
Really good to hear that this op has been and gone and you've come out the other side again.  I hope that the pain decreases heaps now and you begin to feel stronger again.
Keep looking for the bright things in life that make you smile (like your Dad in blue shoes and a pink cap).
Thinking of you constantly
Miss Barr

27-04-2009 18:27 hour
Zane williams and his Mum Julie ( Whangarei )

Hope that operation helps. In the weekend Dad hired a wood splitter and me and Mum and Dad were out in the rain splitting and stacking firewood.
Everybody including Mum went back to school today, it was a shock to all our systems but good to catch up with all school stuff.
Thinking of you all and sending love and best wishes. Zane and Julie

27-04-2009 17:10 hour
Connor, Madison and Lisa ( Dargaville )

Hi Rory
It was great to see you last week.  We hope you are not too sore after your last operation.  We went back to school today.  Our new teacher Mrs Whiting is nice.  Hopefully one day soon you will get up to Dargaville to have a break from the hospital. 
Lots of love from Connor and Madison

27-04-2009 14:22 hour
Uncle Guy ( New Plymouth , New Zealand )

Hello Rory, Leigh, Sean and Sam.  Great to hear you on the phone this morning Rory after your surgery yesterday!  Nanna was worried about you cause I forgot to tell her your operation was delayed.  Uncle Guy got told off!  Hang in there buddy and take care.  Thinking of you down here in New Plymouth.
Uncle Guy

27-04-2009 14:02 hour
Antionette ( Dargaville , nz )

Hi there Rory, you don't know me and I don't know you but I read about you in the Dargaville paper and wow you are one brave boy,it may take a little while but you will be better soon.  I have a 6 year old boy but he doesn't go to Dargaville school, sometimes when he gets ill I tell him to imagine millions of little spidermans repairng and fixing him all up on the inside and he gets so excited as he starts to feel better he tells me. I see by your pillow slip that you are a spiderman fan, so is my boy.  Lots of love and healing to you Rory xoxo 

27-04-2009 10:38 hour
Beth Reynolds ( Whangarei , NZ )

Hi Rory, Sean, Leigh & Sam,
 
Thinking of you all and sending my best wishes for a great recovery. It seems to be one thing after another at the moment for you!!  Hang in there Rory - you are such a brave boy.
Luv
Beth