Monday, March 26, 2012

Doing the priority shuffle...

It isn't about me any more.
It's about what one of my sisters needs now.


Anonymous said...


Boxer said...

I am so very sorry. You are all in my prayers. xoxo

Daphne said...

Sorry to hear such sad new, Jean.

I'll keep my fingers crossed for oncological magic to work its medical wonders.

Take care and big hugs.

Karl said...

Evening Jean,

Very sorry are read this. All the best to your sister. Both of you should start reading and be proactive on treatment. The faster you act the better, however I would suggest a second opinion before taking on any course of treatment. Simply do it quickly.

Freddie said...

So sorry to hear this Jean.

Your sister and your family are in my prayers.

the walking man said...

What Karl said...and stay calm as well.

Jean said...

All - thank you so much for your kind words. She is scheduled for a "class" on chemo info today and to have the port installed. First chemo treatment will be this week.
She is blessed to have friends, family and church members offering help and support.
I'll be going up, just not yet sure when.

foam said...

Ohhhhh... I'm so sorry to read this. I wish her all the best.
I know you will be there for her, but don't forget to take care of yourself too!

J Cosmo Newbery said...


boneman said...

Not an easy go, to be sure.
But not lethal, either.
If it was a death sentence, it would be easier to deal with, but, it is a giant question mark that rises over your family, now.
I hope you guys keep the same camaraderie (and hope I spelled it right, too) as you've had these past few days.

You CAN count on me no matter what the request.

Jean said...

Berry, no doubt the tension will grate on nerves eventually. But, yeah, I hope we can maintain.
Thank you, dear.

Neuse River North Carolina said...

sad to hear this from you,

hope everything will be fine.