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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Salisbury University

We are pleased to announce that Justin has officially applied early decision to Salisbury University. Justin is so excited about going to SU. It is a dream for him to be a model student/athlete. He wants to play soccer for SU and be a contributor to the school. For Audrey and I it is unbelievable to fathom that Justin is going to college. We are so lucky because we did not know if Justin would be on this earth to achieve this milestone. All the little things he does are a blessing but going to college is just an unbelievable feeling for our family. I have to pinch myself that Justin has this opportunity. Since we submitted the application to SU I have felt a sense of peace and reflection that life is so precious. I am soaking it all in and trying to enjoy my family more. Justin has been such a blessing to us helping our family smell the roses. He is doing great in school and fantastic on the varsity soccer team where he is the captain. December is a big month for Justin as he will be at Mass General for testing. In the meantime he is going getting special eye testing soon and as always we are praying for a good result.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to help coach Justin's soccer team back in the days when he was drbbling past everyone in the U-8s. Back then his toughness, determination and character shined. I have been following Justin's story on and off over the past few years and am amazed at the things he has done. My own younger sister was diagnosed with a brain tumor when she was 20. Over the years she has gone through three surgeries, multiple rounds of chemotherapy and one round of radiation. She is now 31, married and living happily as an occupational therapist. The resiliance and fortitude demonstrated by both Justin and my sister is astonishing. I am glad to see that Justin is still using that bulldog attitude he had to dribble past opponents and is achieving great things. I hope he enjoys his senior year and best wishes in college.

November 15, 2014 at 3:41 PM  

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