If you would like to leave Rory and his family a message of support please post in the boxes below
Sincere apologies for the delay acknowledging your "Thank You" Card. We have been trying to post a message on your Support Page; but for some reason it has not appeared. Hopefully it works this time. Your card certainly demonstrates you are no mean artist.
We trust the donation will be of some help going for your treatment at "Starship", and pray the treatment will be successful. The whole attitude of yourself and your Mum and Dad to your problem, is to be admired.
Kind regards and best wishes to you from the Members of the Inglewood Branch of Red Cross.
Don Reeve, Secretary
Beautiful photo of Mum and son. Xx
I’ve been watching your journey through your Mum’s blog entries and just wanted you to know that you’ve been in my thoughts. You’re incredibly brave and strong. What an amazing family you have too. It’s cool that you’re home, back in your own bed and even supporting Colt at the spelling bee. I really admire your strength and positivity... and I’m a massive LEGO fan like you! Lots of love and prayers,
Kelly (Mrs Edwards)
Hey Rory, thinking of you, it was great to see you at school last week. I am always here and to you and your family I am here for you all and if you need my support in any way I am happy to take you out Rory for a breath of fresh air and a burger, My 18-year-old boy is keen to meet you and you can chat about teenage stuff:) we are here anytime just let us know
Look forward to seeing you soon
Sending positive thoughts your way
There was also a lump in my throat when I read your blog entitled "jack'. Our world has some lovely, lovely people in it.
Best wishes to you Jack on your new journey. I feel sure that Rory will never be very far away from your thoughts, nor you from his.
Much love to you all,
Made my day to see you at school the other day!! Always with a smile on your face.
See you again soon
Mrs Hadland x
Hi Rory and family,
I have just come home from a visit to school with my almost 1 year old daughter while on maternity leave, to hear this news. My heart feels very heavy today. Rory you have always been a little ray of sunshine in my day when you were my student and I’m sure that will be part of my day again in some way as I follow your journey on this blog. Keep up your strength and know you have a whole army of support back at home.
Big hugs to you all and take care
Mrs Lovell-Gibson xx
Missing you guys at the audiology department. Haven't seen you for a while. Sending you lots of love and positive thoughts! Rory, you are a warrior and a big inspiration!
Kia mau kite tūmanako, te whakopono me te aroha
Hold fast to hope faith and love
Hope you are able to come home soon and we can catch up, sending you kindness and love
Kyla Caldwell teacher of the deaf
It was lovely to see Rory "live' the other day Leigh.
Both students and staff were all so happy to see him.
That beautiful, brave boy of yours.
And yes, we remain full of hope in our hearts,
"Joy in every day"- such beautiful words.
What a wonderful mum you are.
Huge love to you all
Kia ora e te whānau, kia ora Rory. How amazing are you! Miharo rawa e koe!
It was great to see you and the whānau out enjoying our walkway and I keep an eye out for you whenever I'm out there. It's been pretty cold and blustery in the last month or more but knowing I have to turn into the cold head wind doesn't ever stop me loving the burst of adrenaline and physical exertion.
It's crunch time at school with all assessments needing to be done-and-dusted and the students are getting out and enjoying the longer, sunnier days. We shared morning tea with the Yr 13's today. We said our farewells and shared our gratitude for their enormous contributions to our lovely school and community. We're looking forward to prize giving tomorrow evening and especially seeing them walk across the stage for the last time. I hope we might see you there too Rory. But, we just look forward to your next visit when you're feeling up to it. Kia kaha, kia piki te ora Rory.
Leigh, Sean and the whānau, hope to see you all enjoying our great outdoors again soon. Sending you all our good vibes to boost your energy and strengthen your hearts and minds.
Arohanui kia koutou,
Hi Rory, missing making coffees and milos for you. I will keep a tab until you get back and they will all be on me ☕
Lots of love from Mrs Scott and Mr Scott xxo
Hi Rory, we're really missing seeing that smile at school, but it's lovely to see it in photos, at least. You continue to amaze me with how you face challenges. I'm thinking of you and all of your family, especially on those hard days. Love and hugs from Mrs Crowe xo
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