Friday, December 19, 2008

I forgot to say a very big heartfelt thank you to everyone who follows our blog. Thank you for the comments and encouragement. We'll never be able to express how much it means to us and how reassuring it is to know we're not alone in all of this.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

You have never been alone, Ann. There are many people who read this blog and don't post, quite like myself, who have been here following you and praying for you.

Relax and enjoy the holiday. Ponder its true meaning...you've been given a miraculous gift and we are all in it with you!

Love and prayers again...

Anonymous said...

Ann,

I don't know if I have ever commented on your blog, but I've been following your blog for over a year - after I found it through Joe and Karen's, who I found through Amy Wilhoite, who was a friend of ours.

Anyway, just wanted to tell you how happy and relieved I was to read your posts this evening!!

God bless!
Anne C. Missouri

Jim said...

Anne and Chris,

This blog is as close to an online church as I've seen. You will continue to be wrapped in prayer, hope and humility by so many as your arduous journey continues.

Jim

Anonymous said...

I am thankful that having the internet allows so many of us to care about you. Pre-internet, things like this must have felt so much more lonely. Your blog helps us too, Ann. It is sort of a virtual waiting room for us. Thank you for taking the time to blog your journey and let us know what is going on step by step. -helps me when I pray.

Merry Christmas, Anne and Chris!

Jeannette Hill

Laura Grammer said...

Ann,

I am so glad for the good news! I found your blog about two months ago and have thought about you and cheered for you. Your blog gives me hope for the future. I am 245 days after my bone marrow transplant for ALL. I noticed you have the same chromosome transposition that I do.You mentioned that you did not know of any survivors out there that were diagnosed as an adult. So far I am surviving (diagnosed at age 39). I draw strength from the fact that you are over 100 days past your second transplant. Keeping fighting! You are awesome.

Laura Grammer

Anonymous said...

hi ann n chris

i have to comment on this entry. not bcause u expressing ur thanks, but because i want to assure both of you that you guys are not alone.

i've been reading ur blog on daily basis since ML's passing, but seldomly comment.

god bless both of u and i know u r strong to beat all this.

get well soon

NORA

Anonymous said...

Ann,

I was traveling from California to Idaho and just got on line now. I checked your blog immediately and I am THRILLED for you and Chris. No BLASTS!!!!!!!!!!!

What a wonderful way to start the New Year!!!
Go Ann! Go Chris!!!

xoxo-Lea

Claire said...

So glad you are home for the holidays!!! You are all in my prayers.
Claire