Lisa Marshall's Stroke Rehab
This campaign is to help the Marshall family with the sudden costs of making their home handicap accessible, as well as Lisa's intensive rehabilitation therapy schedule, home-care, medications, and anything else that can make her more comfortable in this challenging time.
Thank you so much for your support and generosity.
Follow along her progress at: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/lisamarshall7
We have a lovely aide who comes to be with her most weekday afternoons, but my dad is her primary caregiver and has done an amazing job with this exhausting new role. Her vision impairment and physical limitations still keep her from a lot of her old pastimes but she listens to a lot of audiobooks and is lucky enough to have many friends that will take her on excursions, lunches and other fun activities.
I'm attaching a photo of her this weekend with her youngest granddaughter, Lottie, who loves riding on her lap in the wheelchair, as they waited for the Crozet fireworks show at the park.
Thank you again for all you did for us and for your continued thoughts and prayers.
One of my all time favorite teachers. 9th grade and 12th grade English. What an an amazing person. She sparked my love for travel and Italian art early on. Will never forget her love for Fabio and Michaelangelo's "David". Praying for Ms. Marshall's recovery and for the Marshall family.
The things you randomly find browsing on Gofundme! I will definitely never forget you, Mrs. Marshall! For you not turning me in when I brought my best friend to WAHS (and your class) after failing to get permission from the principal to you giving me grief EVERYDAY because you never believed that I smelled like cigarettes because both my parents smoked constantly. I hope you have a full and speedy recovery and I'm happy to see so many people have donated. By the way... I did always smell like cigarettes because of my parents! I wouldn't have lied to you! :)
Prayers for you Mrs. Marshall and your family. Mrs. Marshall is one of those teachers that you never forget. She inspired her students to want more and her contribution to who I have become is invaluable.