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November 19, 2008

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runr53

"The stories go on and on. They break my heart. They make me angry. They give me hope and they make me sick. I should find comfort. I should find healing. I should be able to roll around in the camaraderie but instead I shudder and shake. I am a cancer survivor. And I want nothing to do with it."
Yesterday was what should have been my wife's and my 35th wedding anniversary, instead I got to go stand in front of a niche... and cry... and promise her that someday I'd see her again. I know what you mean Thanks for all you do!

HOLLIE!

Thank you, my friend.
Miss you so much.
Hope this wknd is the best ever.

Mo

My head is swimming with things I want to say to you..

Wendy

There is always hope.
Thanks & Happy Thanksgiving.

Maureen

This year was my 5th 3 Day walk. Was in DC. Every year I train and walk and get sore and have blisters. Every year my friends and I talk about skipping a year and within a month we are signing up for the next walk. I walk in memory of my mother who lost her battle with cancer and in honor of the great ladies I know who have fought this cancer. Your blog made me laugh and made me cry and reminded me once again why I do this walk year after year. Thank you for not running the other way when it is definitely the easier path to take. See you in DC in 09!

Lori

When I visit your page Jenne, I always log off afterward with a smile. I was lucky to meet you at a few 3 Day events and afterward discovered your blog.

What a blessing it is that you write the way you do and have such an amazing way of looking at the parallels in life. This post is a great example of that. It takes a special person...and you are, very special.

Thanks.

God bless.

Lori

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