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Happy 16th Birthday

Our dear Ethan,

 

Today you turn 16 and we are exceptionally proud of the strength, courage and determination you show us every day. We see that all of your hard work during therapies is making an improvement in your comfort and progress toward recovery. This was not the path that you or we ever envisioned–yet you are paving the way and teaching us how to see the good in every day. We love you, …

A day in the life of Ethan Kadish, by Lucy May & Emily Maxwell

A day in the life of Ethan Kadish

It has been three years since Ethan Kadish survived being struck by lightning at an Indiana summer camp. WCPO's Lucy May and Emily Maxwell spent a day with Ethan and his family to understand how their lives have changed since June 29, 2013. A day in the life of Ethan Kadish

 

We’re Back!

We’re Back!

 

Dear Wonderful Team Ethan Community,

After spending approximately four months “off the radar” we are now back; refreshed (some days), energized (NOT) and ready to resume sharing our journey. Thank you to so many who have been finding ways to check on us, without directly checking on us. We have officially recharged our batteries and are no longer living our day-to-day life on “Low Power Mode”—reference to our last post on February 19, 2016. In the coming days and weeks, we will share more—there’s a …

Surviving on Low Power Mode

Surviving on Low Power Mode

 

I recently noticed a feature on my phone when the battery is getting very low. An icon pops up giving me the option of conserving energy by hitting the button “Low Power Mode.” This is a fitting analogy for our lives in the past couple of weeks (or months, or years). I found myself hitting this button several times in recent weeks, as I saw this as the best way to proceed through the monotonous days in the hospital. For the …

Ethan Update – Shabbat Shalom – Day 4 post-surgery

Ethan Update – Shabbat Shalom – Day 4 post-surgery

 

Remember a year ago when there was a debate over some dress going around the internet? Was it white/gold or was it black/blue? Not wanting to re-hash that here, yet this photo reminded me of that. Whether it was a scientific phenomenon or simply individual perception, who knows and who cares? This photo has given me a chance to perceive things in a different way. I am enjoying our “room with a view,” which offers plenty of …