Monday, April 12, 2010

There's Another Side To The Story

If a picture could talk

I think this would say

"I'd give it all away for you to be healthy."

I pray she is.

Congrats Phil!

20 comments:

Tales From My Empty Nest said...

I put on Facebook that I was so thrilled that Phil won the Master's. I have always loved him and it brought tears to both my husband and I to watch him win yesterday. It was so emotional when he hugged his wife, children and caddie. They have been through so much this year with her being diagnosed with cancer. We watched the golf channel for a long time last night and got to see his interview with the media and Phil talk about how much that win meant to all of them. So neat!!! Love & blessings from NC!

Just a little something from Judy said...

I was thrilled that Phil won. What a story he has to tell. Your post was so sweet. Your care and concern shows through your posts.

Elizabeth said...

I'm not into golf so I didn't know this story till yesterday. Such a good love story.

Mary said...

What a sweet post for Phil and his family. We were so excited that he won!

smcvicker said...

I think it would too! Sickness has a way of putting things into perspective.

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

You know my feelings from my post.....Phil is a REAL Man

Julie Harward said...

I was so touched by his love for his wife and all they have been through together..a good man. And those kind of men seem to be rare to find nowadays if you know what I mean! Come say hi :D

Henley on the Horn said...

Absolutely! Thank you for sharing this.

Courtney Walsh said...

I was definitely happy when my husband said he won. I watched a little ESPN last night and learned more about their story. Pretty amazing!

kelly at keeping up with kelly said...

Amazing!!!!! This guy has been through alot, both his mom and wife has cancer......he is amazing person and I am so happy he won!!!

Congrats Phil

Kristine said...

I found your blog through Friday Follo, and I am your newest follower. What a beautiful family you have!
I'm a mother of four, Norwegian, living with my family in a small Norwegian town. My blog Light and Shadow (http://www.babyfotomamma.blogspot.com)
is about my family life, and about literature, art, movies, travels, and thoughts I have.

dee said...

What about in his last tournament he asked his wife and mom's physician to caddie for him to show him how much they appreciate him! I think that was such a thoughtful gesture.

debra said...

I also posted about Phil's win today. I so agree with what you said. What a great photo.

You May Say I'm A Dreamer said...

It just goes to show you that everyone has their tests and trials! I'm thrilled for them both. Congrats Phil:)

Heather said...

Agreed!! I really think he would too, he is such a family man. Tiger should look to him as a role model. Matt heard she comes to Houston for treatments, outside of that I haven't heard anything about healing and what doctor's are saying. I think they keep it pretty private. I was so glad he won. BTW, I love that your daughter and I share a birthday!! fun!!!

Lori Carolina said...

Aaah, I pray she is too. :)

Ford Family said...

Awesome post!

BLC :o said...

Oh so true!!! Xoxo-BLC

Short Southern Momma said...

Hi! So nice to meet you!! I didn't get to watch the Masters but I have been reading all the buzz and this sounds like one stand up man! Hope your having a wonderful day! xoxo

dianneavery said...

I completely agree. I know he would give it all up to make her and mom okay. Hubby and I cried when he won, it was so touching.