Thursday, September 6, 2012

twists and turns of 8 months

so a quick recap of what has gone on the lst 8 months......that translated is from the beg of jan 2012
dave tuns yellow and gets diagnosed with auto  immune hepititus and starts a process to get a tranplant....then in feb 12my hand falls off the steering wheel and after natural treatment and an mri we find i have a fast growing brain tumor....so in march surgery was performed and all that can be done is done and we wait....meanwhile mr competition goes in and out of the hospital....well so did i in all honesty....but on sep 4 dave permanently pulled out of the race and met his maker.  I am still doing ok and takin one day at a time
thank you for you kind thots and wishes and prayers
jackie

15 comments:

Jeanne said...

Oh Jackie, I am SO very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. My thoughts are with you and your family during this most difficult of times.

Big hugs!

paulette said...

Jackie, what does one say at a time like this?! I am SO sorry! Sometimes life just is not fair!
Take comfort in your family and friends and in knowing others are thinking and praying for you!
Big HUG!
Paulette

Jacqueline said...

There are no words that convey my feeling of pain for you and your family.

I will add you to my prayers.

Vicki said...

Wanted to send my sympathy and heartfelt good energies - what a year you have had! I do energy work - reiki and bodytalk and would be pleased to give you a free distance session if you would accept it - it can't hurt but can help - please let me know.

quiltercaroline said...

What can I say - I'm so sorry and am thinking of you and the family. God Bless. C x

Mandy Currie said...

Hello Jackie, I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. May God keep you and comfort you at this time. Kind Regards Mandy Currie (mandycurrie@googlemail.com)

Patty said...

Jackie, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with ou.

Pam said...

Jackie, I haven't visited your blog before, but heard about your loss from Sweet P. I am so sorry to hear of this. I will be sending sweet positive thoughts your way. Stay strong as much as you can. Best wishes on your health too, I will be checking in on you in the future. Love and hugs, blessed be, Pam.

Tammy said...

Jackie, peace be with you in the passing of your husband. I'm keeping him and you in my prayers. God is holding him in the palm of his hand. Keep fighting the good fight! Hang in there. We are all cheering you on!

Anonymous said...

Thoughts and prayers to you.

Cheri said...

Jackie, I am so sorry for you and your family's loss of a great husband, father, grandfather and friend. He fought the good fight and is in the arms of the Lord. Stay strong. Blessings and comfort to you and your family.

Anonymous said...

My daughter adopted Addie about 3 years ago. They were meant to be together. Your cockapoo's have enriched so many lives. I'm so very sorry about the lose of your husband. I think about you often.

Pam said...

Hiya Jackie! I told you in my post on Sept 7 that I would be checking back in with you. I think about you every day. I hope that you are doing ok, dealing with your loss from minute to minute. I know that's how I was when my mother died. If you ever want someone new to talk to, please feel free to call me, 828-874-0753, or email me. I've been told that I'm a good listener, and I am not a good talker, so everything stays with me. Blessed be, take care, hugs!!!

playamom57 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Jackie, I am so sorry to hear about your husband's death and your illness.
I want to thank you for our cockapoo Kali, who continues to be a joy in our lives. She came to us 7 years ago and has enriched our family in ways we couldn't have imagined. The puppies you raised, with love and care, have been a gift to so many.
Thinking of you,
Ruth

Anonymous said...

Jackie, I decided to check out your website in Spring of 2012 for it was a great resource, only to discover a brief mention that you were ill. It prompted me to scour the internet for more info and my mind raced through the endless possibilities of what could have silenced such a wonderful person and her dedicated work...now I finally know. Our cockapoo Buster just turned 2 and our family's affection for him is so deep and complete, and I attribute this gift to you! You've brought so much joy and love to so many! I'm sorry to learn that you're going through such a difficult time. You'll be included in my prayers. Keep faith and hope alive - they are the extraordinary spiritual graces within your grasp.