Remembering Ann Gregory
YAY!!!! That is WONDERFUL news!!! :-D~Jeannette Hill
hooray! that is so great!:D
That is Great news!
Ann,That is GREAT news. Sending big smiles your way. You go girl!Susan
I'm doing cartwheels and a happy dance (well, at least in my imagination). Way to go.
Ann and Chris. John and I are just so happy for you. We know the chemo will start making you feel shitty, sorry, I'm from Brooklyn and say it like I feel it, some days less so and others more so. (The Vincristine contributes to the "situation" a great deal, by the way). Anyhow, we are going away for August, a first vacation in years after only spending them in hospitals. First one since John's second transplant. We are taking you in our hearts. Ever been to Maine? Well, you'll be up there with us, on the coast, in the trees, can even join us whale watching. My friend Miranda will let me know how you are doing. I hope to get back and find out you are doing great. Will try to find an Internet Cafe somewhere. Listen you guys, we hold you very dear and near to our hearts. We have the same kind of love and have had so many years with the lymphoma. We wish you oodles and oodles of years. God Bless you both and stay focused on the goal but just put one foot in front of the other. It's hard to believe "The Joy is in the Journey" when this is the journey, but it's a gift. It will save you. And every day you have eachother's faces to look into. Will miss checking on you daily, but you'll definitely be with us. Much love, Judy and John Lindahl
This is such great news. Congrats on the insurance approvals!!! That's a milestone in and of itself. Next, confirming the donor, then into transplant, then a long, full, happy life together! love you both, nancy
Thank Gawd we don't have to go through the letter writing campaign like we did before. That was easy! Hope the rest goes as smoothly. Also...can't taste? everything is sweet? can't poop? I have the same symptoms from pregnancy. So we have something in common. -Carilou
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