Wednesday, January 12, 2011

The big 'C'

What do you do when someone in your immediate family is diagnosed with 'the big C'?

 
Keep focusing on the positives I guess, and take time to work things through ....

Yup, that's what we'll do.



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10 comments:

trash said...

Will join in on the positive thinking. Suggest you might like to check out 'Four Seeds' blog, Miss J is a double survivor. She rocks.

Claire - Matching pegs said...

Oh, so sorry to hear that.

Thinking of you and your family as they embark on this journey.

Jodie said...

Sending positive thoughts and a little hug too.

Jo said...

I am so sorry to hear that. Hasn't been a great start to the year for many people. I would be going with the positive thoughts.

sakurasnow said...

Oh Juddie, I'm very sorry to read this! Your positive approach is admirable and inspiring... I'm sending lots and lots of good, positive vibes your way and wishing you and your family well.

Leni and Rose said...

Oh no...dreadful news...you're right, focus on the positives is the best thing to do. Sending lots of positive energy your way....

Serena said...

Sorry to hear about that Juddie. My thoughts are with you and your family..

Juddie said...

Thank you all for your kind thoughts! I'm sure it will be a difficult journey but also an important opportunity.

Tanya said...

My best wishes too, Juddie as you go down the treatment, specialist etc maze- I hope you find great professionals and support people generally

Sherman Unkefer said...

Life must go on, and always think that we have to spend our lives in a valuable way. God has its own way, we just have to accept everything that is planned for us. :)

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