Getting out of here soon

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An update as soon as I’ve settled back in to my own home and find the wherewithal..  it’ll probably take a bit of Putney/Hillary snuggling to get there.

26 Replies to “Getting out of here soon”

  1. Thanks so much for the update.
    No matter where you two are, y’all could not possibly be cuter.
    Now get the hell out of there.
    xx

  2. sending big love from right here in NYC! visiting for the week. wishing you well on this journey! i read these blog posts in amazement at you & your life choices…

  3. I LOVE YOU GUYS AND YOU ARE BOTH SO BEAUTIFUL! I’M HERE. AND YES I KNOW THAT I HAVE CAPS LOCK ON. IT SEEMS TO GET ACROSS BETTER THE AMOUNT THAT I MISS YOU AND AM THINKING OF YOU.

  4. Ezra ~ courage. you are courageous in all you do. the blog, the builds, the recipes, the record of your trials give encouragement to many. Thank you. i tip my hat & pop a wheelie to you.

  5. Big hugs from the left coast. You are loved from sea to shining sea! We keep you in our prayers and send daily encouragement.

    Lots of Big Love,

    j, r, s & z

  6. I’m so impressed you walked out of the radiology appointment. Keep concentrating on what’s important and freeing yourself.

    The palliative people specialize in nonironic holistic getting-it. You are likely right to trust them, or most of them.

    What a woman you have. Seriously. You’re one lucky dude.

    It may not be too early for a real flesh and blood support circle to practise some casserole drills. Does such exist in cold New York City?

    I wish I could bring you two some curry and rye.

    Best, from the West.

  7. We don’t know each other but I follow your blog and think of you guys a lot. What can I do? I want to do something… I’m an artist. Can I send you a drawing? A care package? I included my email so that you can let me know. I don’t like just sitting here and reading about it all. I really want to help somehow. For now I’m sending virtual hugs and thanks for sharing your experience so honestly. Love, Lori.

  8. Hi Ezra,

    I live in the UK, it’s my 45th birthday today. I have just watched KEEFS made by hand project with you and was moved deeply. I wish you and yours, all the love and strength in dealing with your illness.

    I admire your courage and commitment to life and bicycles.

    Ian

  9. Hi. You don’t know me.
    I found out about you from Vimeo.
    I just wanted to say I love your pictures ad your writing. And I’m so incredibbly sorry.
    I’m sorry.
    I wanted to tell you before getting absorbed again by my life and stupid problems and losing the opportunity to do to.
    Have the best day my future colleagues (I’m in med school) and your loved ones can provide you.