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Cindy54
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To All the Ladies On This Board. For all of you who are struggling with just the day to day things I send you all a hug this week. Sometimes it isn't the big things that wear on us, it's all the little things. Waiting to see a doctor, scheduling an appointment, waiting in the waiting room. Waiting for a call back. Juggling to get a ride here or there. Finding family time to just share a meal. And trying not to be cranky all the while. I can't say I can relate to all your struggles but to a great majority of them I can. I know how hard it can be to just get through a day. I used to watch my Mom pray for just one more year. Then six months. Then just one more day. Every new pain was cause for alarm. Had the beast come back. If so what do we do. How much time do we have. It sure puts your priorites in order real quick. After a while you almost become numb with things. I am amazed at all of you who have battled for so many years with this. It takes guts. So to all of you please know that this week I will send an extra prayer your way. I wish you all just one small piece of good news or a bright spot this week. I wish you all well. Hugs, Cindy

mopar
Posts: 1954
Joined: Apr 2003

Cindy:
What a sweet, eloquent message. I'm sure I can speak for all of us here that your hugs, prayers and concerns are much appreciated. We often wonder why people go through such experiences. I believe it is to be a source of help and hope for others, even if just for one. Having been through a situation with your Mom gave you insight as to what many go through, and so you can relate to others and their experiences, such as you have done today.

Thank you for your comforting words to start me out this morning. God Bless you for your thoughtfulness, and have a wonderful day!
Hugs. . .
Monika

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JanQ
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Joined: Jan 2004

You said it great Monika! Thank you Cindy and hugs to you...Jan

floridajo
Posts: 485
Joined: Sep 2006

Cindy54,

Thank you for the extra hugz..I can use all I can get!!! You do certainly have your hand right on the pulse of what it's like to live with this disease. I can't speak for others but I fight this and continue to fight this just for loved ones like you yourself are....thanks for all the love...smiles and (((hugz)))..Joanne

lizper
Posts: 199
Joined: Nov 2006

Thanks Cindy, I think you have described this felling very accurately, I struggle with my beatiful Mother day by day, having to do chors and thinks that take up time when really time is all you have. Thank you for your prayers and good thoughts. Was your Mom battling OVCA too? Liz

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