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Apr 13, 2012 03:40 PM Lovelyface wrote:
All you wonderful, beautiful ladies - thank you all so much for sending me your love. I actually had tears. I feel so loved on this board, you all are so sweet. With all my heart and soul, I pray to God to heal each and every one of you, because you all have such lovely hearts.
Christina - Oh dear! I am so very sorry to hear of your precious MIL's death. So sad! She loved you so much and you shared such a wonderful relationship with her. So sorry for your daughter. Life is just like that, so very sad, and we all have to go through this.
On the subject of death, I would like to mention this most horrible accident which happened 100 feet from my house. A 17 year old driver killed a father and a 9 year old daughter, last Saturday, with his huge Caddilac Escalade, after running the light. The father and his 2 daughters were coming back from Jamba juice on a beautiful Saturday morning on their bikes, riding safely on the sidewalk. This guy hits them, one of the older girls - 12 year has survived. The place where the accident happened now looks like a cemetary with tons of flowers and baloons and the building broken, water hydrant broken and all broken pieces of the car and building all over the place. It was so tragic, I am finally recovering from it. Here is a link.
Linda - You did a good job explaining our MBJ's progression, which truly helps us freak a little less. Thanks. And thanks for your "lovely" words to me.
beccad - Honey - I am so sorry you are not feeling very well. I wil join you and say "I HATE F.....ING Cancer". I will say it each time for all of you.
mccrimmon - Oh, I love love love that photo you took. Wish I could be sitting on one of those stones and watching the crystal blue water.
Heidi - is that you in that pic? You look like you are one with nature. I also have no tolerance for stupid people. I agree.
bak94 - Oh, those drains are so painful, so very painful. They do take them out though, so we will count the days with you. Just hang in there, girl.
If I missed writing to any of you in particular - I am sorry, it doesn't mean I did not read it, or take a big sigh of relief when I read you are doing well, or laughed when you said something funny, or became really sad if you are going through something painful. Believe me, everything is read and felt. With this menopause brain, I am not very sharp and not able to retain too much in memory so am not able to write specifically to each and every one of you as much as I would like to.
Everyone - have a great wonderful weekend. Thanks again for making me feel so loved and so cared for.
Diagnosis: 7/20/2010, IDC, 3cm, Stage II, Grade 2, 0/1 nodes, ER-/PR-, HER2-