Words. Megan Credit

January 7th, 2011 by Conor

Putting my thoughts into words almost seems impossible. The past two nights starring at the ceiling has been nothing but a crazy whirl of emotions- laughing at memories, tearing up, and going back into a daze has kept my thoughts running as fast as Danny flys down those mountains. Conor, and family, I can not even begin to imagine what it has been like for you to sit there with him, but I know that he needs his “brothaman” next to him. It all started out with me coming home from college for the first time in years and really not knowing what to do anymore in north conway, danny took me right under his wing and kept me entertained. Driving out to the west coast with him for the season is an irraplacable list of memories. I’ll never forget a recent summer sending text about coming home, and then just hoping in my car and doing it. It could have turned out to be a real boring summer but the laughs and late nights with him and even the small things like the late night infomercials couldn’t have been any better with anyone else. I went back to North Carolina for the school semester honestly missing him and holding onto a dear friendship. (I don’t know too many other guys I’d stay up until 2 am making a blanket for ;) )

Danny you have so much strength to make it through what will be one of the toughest times of your life. There are people everywhere pulling for a full and fast recovery. You have touched the lives of people across the US with your character, determination, talent, and heart you put into friendships and all your aspirations in life. I can’t wait to hear that you are awake demanding chicken noodle soup and making fun of Conor. The first phone call with you saying meggooooooooon will undoubtedly put me into tears of joy. Love you and your family, thinking of you often, you have consumed my thoughts, and wishing you nothing but the absoulte best.

One Response to “Words. Megan Credit”

  1. Kathy (Josh's Mom) Says:

    Hey guys, just wanted to let you know that your news is everywhere and we are praying for a complete and speedy recovery for Danny. My memories are of my second sons through many, many years. I know you were afraid of me at times (lol) but that was on purpose! Josh loves you both like natural brothers and there are too many memories to mention for sure. I pray God’s healing hand upon Danny and his mercy and strength on you, Mom and Dad. Conor, your love for Danny is obvious and noted. There is great power in that. We await good reports and restored health. Love to you all.

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