This past week we saw Indy's birthday party on the 16th, Father's Day on the 17th, the 2nd anniversary of the Final Mile in Boston on the 19th, the Toyota competition on the 20th, and today one year since Murphy was given rest.
What an exhausting roller coaster of emotions week it's been.
But will it be remembered as infamous or in famous? Reminds me of a scene from the Three Amigos.
I started to write a serious blog tonite but I don't think he really wanted me to. Murphy never took things too seriously (xcpt for food and pyr paw and snuggle snuggles).
Like the DH Lawrence poem, Murphy was a wild thing, never sorry for himself.
That we didn't win the Toyota competition was disappointing but we've crossed this bridge before countless of times on our travels. Having faith is momentary. Keeping it isn't.
The Summer of Murphy Tour starts in September and as it stands will include the following states: Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
In the spirit of Murphy, it'll be a celebratory tour thanking all of our supporters, making new friends, and showing the world that cancer will never keep us down. There's much much more in store and we'll post exact dates and cities in the coming weeks.
Maybe we should call it Murphy's In Famous Tour?