[NFBMO] Please Help
jcarmack314 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 11:20:48 UTC 2019
Hi Gene, Thank God none of you were too badly hurt. I am praying
that all three of you begin to heal quickly. I will do what I can to
get more steps.
On 4/24/19, Daniel Garcia <dangarcia3 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, Gene:
> On Tuesday night I was checking the participants standings in the Fitbit app
> and noticed that Carol's and your step counts had gone down and I began
> wondering if there was something wrong.
> I am glad you made it through the accident and I hope you, Carol, and
> Elizabeth get better soon.
> Take care
> -----Original Message-----
> From: GeneCoulter at Charter.net [mailto:GeneCoulter at Charter.net]
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> Subject: Please Help
> Carol, Elisabeth, and I were in a very serious auto accident Sunday
> while visiting our grandchildren in Florida. All of us are severely
> bruised and battered and Elisabeth suffered a broken foot. Thank God
> for seat belts.
> This makes it doubtful that we will be at the Trolley Run but will see
> what we can do.
> I am asking two favors:
> First always wear your seat belts as the car we were in was burnt down
> to the frame and we went from 60 miles an hour to a full stop in less
> than a second.
> Secondly, we may not be able to get quite as many steps, but we will
> certainly try, so help our team out by pushing a bit harder. The
> increased steps other folks get can motivate at least me to get more
> steps as my body heals.
> Gene Coulter
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