Yom shlishi, 4 Cheshvan 5772.
Yarden's latest blog post, and share our hope and happiness. (The short version: against all odds, Stella's situation has improved dramatically. The Frankls thank you for your prayers, and say "Keep 'em comin'!")
Those who can attend this crazy all-night ride-a-thon, details are available in this post. (The Dearly Beloved and I will be sitting in lawn chairs on the sidelines at some unspecified ridiculous hour of the morning to shake pompoms and yell "Go, Team Frankl!" We will try to drink beer to rub in the fact that we are NOT exercising. And we'll be there at the finish line at 6:15 AM to accept our share of the accolades.)
Those who cannot attend, due to being unfortunately delayed with business overseas, please join us in donating to the cause, which is bigger than all of us. The need to "do something" is strong in all caring human beings... and straddling a bike for 12 hours is more difficult for me than pushing a "donate" button. And I'll feel just as involved as Yarden will, without the need for mass quantities of diaper rash ointment. (Heh-heh, Yarden. You go, boy.)
And finally, add Stella's dream to your prayers. "B'ezrat Hashem, we will stay on track, and we'll surprise my doctor again after the next scan! I really want to be written up in a medical journal (egoist that I am) about the miraculous case of Stella Frankl!"
There is no limit to the number of people who can be on Team Frankl. Dust off your bike. Make a pledge. Or just pray with all your heart that this fine young mother gets her dream. May we share joyful news!
Refua shelaima: complete recovery