Monday, August 10, 2009

Print Blog Into A Book

The blog has been such a blessing for us and all others who have been following along. It has been therapeutic emotionally, a type of journal to record history, and a great hub for others to show their support. We are going to print it into a book when all of this is said and done. If any of you are following along and haven't commented yet, we would love to hear from you so that Clark knows when he reads it.

To leave a comment: Click on "Comments" on the bottom of each post. A pop up window will come up where you can read other's comments and an open text box where you can type your own. Then select to login if you have a google account, or select "Name" and type in your name how you would like it to appear. Then click "Publish Your Comment." If you have any problems you can email me at and I'll try to help.Current Analytics:
  • 1,427 Absolute Unique Visitors
  • 10,468 Page Views
  • Average Time on Site - 3:45
  • 6,126 visits came from 12 countries/territories and 49 states in the USA.


Marisa Stonebarger said...

Wow, 12 countries and 49 states that is an amazing support group! I am glad to hear everything is going smoothly. Good luck with the recovery proccess and hope to see you soon.

Anonymous said...

My name is Jamie Klammer, and I am from Eau Claire, WI. I am a friend of Andrew Kimble and met Andrew when we both sold Tastefully Simple. I started following your blog when Andrew started asking for prayers for his nephew.

I am so happy that you are doing well, and have been checking every day to check on your progress. The tears have flowed and the excitement was shared with the news of your successful tranplant. I have been praying for you and your family, and will continue to pray for your healing. I wish you all the best!


solumca said...

I absolutely love this---> 6,126 visits came from 12 countries/territories and 49 states in the USA. Clark.. you are a sweet, generous, loving person.. and every second you went through this... we were all by your side, praying and crying and doing our best to stay as positive as you were. Your strength through this has given so many other people strength and renewed their hope in God. Thank you for that. I cant wait to see you! Keep up the great progress, and im excited to see another smiling picture of you up.. with beautiful brown eyes.. :) Much love

Anonymous said...


Praying for you a speedy recovery. You have so much love and support coming from your family and friends. We are very thankful to the family that gave you a new life.

The Veeder's

Susi said...

You think that you are reading yet another post from the Schuchard clan...but your mind is playing tricks on you again. I'm certain that I'm outside painting fence like I'm supposed to be doing and not sitting at my computer, rereading the story of your awakening for the 100th time. Oh, we love you...but you are is soooooo much trouble for scaring us all like that. I think that your punishment should be painting our fence. Yep. That's it...painting the fence!

Claudia said...

Dearest Clark, We are praying for your full recovery. We know you can do it.Many prayers have been raised in your behalf.You need to get well so you can paint Susi's fence. I bet you would have lots of help. We continue to send our love & prayers to your bedside.Great job Kristin!
Bobby & Claudia in Washington State.

Jena said...


This is Jena Bracht, from high school. I've been praying for you and your family, and wish the absolute best for you! You are a true fighter and an inspiration to us all. Keep moving forward! :)

Anonymous said...

This is Tanizha Lauseng from high school. I have been reading your blog daily. Me and my family are praying for you Clark. You can get through this. You have fought so hard so far, don't stop! Keep fighting this fight. There are a lot of people that are thinking of you and praying for you. People that you might not even know. We are all on your side. Hang in there and know that you are loved so much. Keep fighting Clark we all know you can get through this. As for the Kimble Family, stay strong. Your whole family is such an inspiration and you are showing what love is. You are all in my thoughts and i pray for the best. Chin up and stay strong even though you may be tired. We are all here to be your support so you can be Clarks =)