Greetings to the whole Team Tyler crew! I’m happy to share that I’m writing from the comfort of my own couch, and that round 2B is officially in the books.
So far so good. Liver enzymes are a bit elevated, which is to be expected, but they’re not at a level to be overly concerned. We’ll watch them closely, along with my blood count over the next few weeks. I’m feeling really good, and am happy to be home. Nothing like sleeping in your own bed.
A couple of weeks ago a strangely-shaped package arrived at my doorstep. I opened it and unrolled a six-foot banner, covered from top to bottom in signatures and well wishes from some of the most generous, caring, kind-hearted friends a guy could ever ask for–the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Included in the package was a letter from my good friend Brian Donnelly (aka Donlee, aka Don Mega, aka Count Donnelly):
Shortly after digesting the news of your ailment, Brock, Tim and I started brainstorming on how we could put together an event in your honor so folks back here could show their support. The event was held late last month (Jan. 28th) at a local bar (in St. Charles, MO) and the enclosed $3,700 check represents the proceeds from that wonderful day. Continue reading