On the fourth of July, 2007 Caleb Potter was involved in a skateboarding accident.
He suffered serious injuries and continues to need all of our positive thoughts and prayers.
This blog is to serve as a space for updates on Caleb's journey of recovery.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Open House/ The Potter's Room

November 3rd we will open the doors to The Potter's Room. The very first Brain Injured Residential Home in Wellfleet, MA. Come between 2 and 5 pm and enjoy some refreshments while strolling around the house. Bid on some fine pieces of donated art and crafts. Years ago I hired a young man( whom it seemed no one else would hire) when I was new to my landscaping business. I urged him to start his own lawn mowing comany- and he is now very successful. When Caleb and I 1st came home from the hospital he ran up to me (very excited) and showed me a sign he had found at the Transfer station. It was a gift to us..and it read "The Potter's Room" I knew at that moment that if I could ever possibly garner the energy to start a Brain Injured home- this would be my sign. So here we are ...going on six years, and it has transpired! Oh to have Hope again! We hope you can join us either in the flesh, or in thought! Mumsie

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Moving upwards and beyond

I have been vacant from this blog for quite some time now- but believe me I have been busy and occupied. If any of you are still checking in, I am here to update, and with some very good news. Tomorrow Caleb and another brain injured young man will be moving into The Potters Room, a residential home for brain injured here in our very own Wellfleet. I am so thrilled! When I reread my last post and realized I was not good company for anyone, I pushed myself out of depression by spearheading this project...something I knew I was destined for. Caleb is a bit reticent, but as always his positive attitude and his fortitude shine through...and he is excited to be moving forward. We will be looking for one other young man..and then the house is complete for now! I have missed all of you who stood by us, and hope that somewhere on your radar we still exist. Blessings to all of you- and I will keep you posted. Love, Sharyn and Caleb