1999 Anatomy and Cell Biology Softball Team
Suzanne in all her beauty, just before we went to the 2006 Gold
Suzanne had won backstage passes for everyone at our table.
She is seen here with Mary Wilson of the Supremes
Not quite a thatched cottage, but close enough.
Our first visit just after we picked up the keys. Suzanne is
taking notes of supplies needed.
Suzanne and her Dad while reroofing the pool pump house.
From time to time, the pond must be completely cleaned
Suzanne always dressed up on Halloween in order to answer the
door. This picture is from her time in the U.S.
She answered the door, and I would provide the scary lights, sound
effects and talking heads.
In 2005, she was a 'mad scientist'.
For those that were interested, she would hand out instructions on how
to do simple home experiments.
Backyard in the Summer.
On the Ferry
Coming down Whistler Mountain
Whitewater Rafting on the Thompson River
Hey, it's Suzanne in the Water (on the left).
Niagara Falls - Top floor room (free upgrade!)
Maid of the Mist
Journey Behind the Falls
A Pretty Spiffy Couple
Cedar Point - 2003
Vacationing at the Bernier Cottage
And now for some pedal power in the pedalo
Just before her first set of chemo, Suzanne had her hair cut short,
make it a little easier when it came time to come out.
...and after the hair is gone.
A great time was had at Storybook Gardens... but they removed 'Hickery
Suzanne driving her first car one last time before it was traded in.
Suzanne was very creative. This showed up in the science she did,
but it also showed up in other ways: Calligraphy, Framing Pictures,
Sewing, Flower Arranging, Creating Preserves...
Our Christmas 2005 Picture with the Winter Fish Pond
Dec. 2001 - Newlywed Bliss
The following two poems were found in a folder with my resume
from 1999, which was shortly after Suzanne and I met. Why
were they together? Only Suzanne knows...
The man with a dream
A dream so vast and bright.
The career so demanding and upright
the quest of knowledge and happiness.
The latter to come from every day joys
the ability to explor nature, the willingness
to challenge the strengths of mind and matter,
the success of accomplishment
The dream will live as long as it is sought and shared.
Will the dreams change?
of course, the physical aspects of the dream will vary,
but the innermost sentiment will persever and thrive,
pushing itself to a concious level when a dull mood clouds the spirit.
A smile will break, a chuckle will rise, for the man has recaptured the