I instinctively knew all hope was lost when I saw him, in my rearview mirror, sit bolt upright… then go unnaturally limp. His breathing abruptly ended.
Given just weeks after his son’s death, Ken Diviney’s (standing ovation) speech about community was given on September 19, 2019, at the annual Tee It Up For Ryan Diviney! golf event. Described as powerful, insightful, sincere, and real & raw… it left many crying and shaking by the end. Like Ken, it was unique and unexpected in its message.
You should be here… with us. You deserved better from this world. We should be laughing and celebrating your birthday together right now. Not sitting by your grave.
Ryan’s high school, Broad Run, honored him yesterday evening. A dedication ceremony was held on the baseball field where a pewter plaque will be permanently displayed to memorialize my son. Yet, the greatest tribute was when the high school’s Athletic Department and current baseball head coach, Tommy Meier, retired his jersey number, 3… never to […]
Ryan was discharged from the hospital yesterday afternoon sometime around three o’clock. [Note: You can read my post about his hospitalization by clicking this link: Ryan in ICU. What If I Ever Miss Something?]. We ran into an issue as we’re walking to the elevator. It involved our insurance/Medicaid related to IV infusions he’ll begin […]