"Never Let Others Tell You It Can't Be Done!"
Carrie, I just want to say that you have become a wonderful blog friend and friend to me. I have known you for sometime because of this and I know what a strong and tough person you are. I have always admired the strength you have.(physcially and mentally) Whenever we would chat I felt as though I absorbed some of your strength and confidence and always felt like a better person. Stronger myself and more confident. Through me working I didn't and haven't been able to talk to you much which finding you ill had me in awe. As I talk to you now and read your blogs I still find myself gaining your strength in words that you type or say. I find myself becoming stronger and more confident and accepting of myself. Trying new things and finding myself but, you know what I am trying to say. Seeing you go through this journey makes me stronger seeing you strong. I can feel your strength. Every word you write makes me a better person. Makes me that more in touch with my kids, my husband and myself. Who I am, what is important to my life. What is important in my journey of life. I thank you for being my friend my strong confident friend and I look forward to being a part of your life for the duration. I love you carrie and I am so glad and thankful I have met you. You always know just what to say as you have always been so word wise. :)Thank you,BIG HUGSSheila in Ohio
Sheila, thankyou for this touching message! You know I love you girl and we will HOOK UP this summer!Think about you and your family everyday, love you all!
OMG! You have made my week! I love this video. I wonder who the lovely girl is? You should dance to this every day. I feel better already. I have not had cancer but I have lost a child which I imagine is infinitely worse. I have soldiered on for 8 years, but it barely gets better. Thank you Carrie! Ann
Glad it made you feel better Ann, I have come close to losing my children for different reasons at different times....... I can not imagine your pain, I only know the agony of just "thinking it could happen" which was too much to bear! Hugs to you and bless you Ann for being such a soldier