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  1. Erin,

    I responded to this on facebook , but I wanted to post here too. I just want to say how very sorry I am for your loss. Dawn will be missed.  She was such a fighter and always tried to remain upbeat and cheerful.  She was a real inspiration to many as she showed so much courage throughout her battle. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.


  2. Hi Ronnie,

    Good to see you and glad to know that you are doing ok. Ronnie, it seems no matter how many years go by we still miss those that owned a part of our hearts. Anniversary dates just seem to bring the sad memory of the day we lost them back to life again. They can never be replaced, but we can move on to make new memories. Take care.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  3. (((Denise))),

    I posted to you on facebook a few times , but I wanted to post here too. I'm just so sorry for your loss. Those of us who followed Tom's journey know he was a courageous fighter . I just want you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  4. Denise,

    My heart hurts for you and your family. Many of us here at lcsc have been with you through Thomas's journey and it's so hard to believe that he is gone. He was certainly a fighter and amazed me over and over again the way he would bounce back from obstacles along the way. Just know that my thoughts and prayers are with your family during these very difficult days.

    Love,

    Sue


  5. My condolences to all of Janet's family and friends. Janet, was such an inspiration. What I will remember most about her is her deep love for her family, friends and animals. She gave so much of herself to this forum and I will remember her fondly. R. I. P. dear Janet.

    Sue


  6. Hi Steve,

    Just wanted to let you know that I will keep you in my prayers as you go through your treatments for the brain mets. Wonderful news that you are NED for everything else and hopefully we can add the brain to that list in the very near future. Sounds like you have a great doctor . Keep up the positive attitude and keep us updated.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  7. (((Ginny))), I had not been here long before Earl passed away, but I remember your posts in those final days and I can still remember being able to feel the love. These days are so hard. Sorry, I'm a day late seeing this . Yesterday, Aug. 18th marked 11 months since my mom passed away and it was a hard day for Bonnie and I too. They all live in our hearts forever.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  8. Janet, I haven't been here for a while, but you have continued to be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that you were able to be with your family and have an enjoyable time. I don't know what to say. I wish I could wave a wand and make you better.. that is an understatement. My heart goes out to you. I hope the Tarceva will help you and that we will hear from you again soon. In the meantime, know that my prayers are with you. You are a beautiful person and an inspiration to many.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  9. Don, I haven't been to the board for a while and I just read about your new cancer. I'm so sorry you have to go through this, but I must say your positive attitude will help you and inspire others. Sounds like you have a lot to enjoy there on the ranch and I hope you can and will enjoyo it for a long time to come. Know that you will be in my prayers. Will be looking in here in September to see what treatment plan the doctor has planned for you. In the meantime , take care and God bless you.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  10. (((Nick))), I understand all to well what you are talking about. For me, it's usually at bedtime that I start reliving those horrible last days and hours I spent with my husband and my mom. As I remember , the pain is so intense and tears start pouring. I'm no closer to processing it all now than I was then. It is such a traumatic event to helplessly watch someone you love suffer and then die. I do my best to remember the good times, but I don't think I will ever be able to erase those horrible days, hours and moments from my memory and my heart.

    Thank you for bringing this up , Nick. I think it helps us heal by sharing our experiences and our grief with others.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  11. (((Janet))), I'm sorry I missed this before, but I'm here now and I want you to know that you have my prayers to go with all the rest. It's good to know that your doctors are aggressively treating you and there is no doubt you are doing your part. Please keep us updated . Hope to hear good results soon.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  12. Steve, it has been a long time since we have seen you here , but I'm so glad you posted. NED is the best reason I know of to come here and post. I can understand how you must feel about your doctor ordering more tests and talking about changing meds, right when you are doing pretty good, it seems. You say you have confidence in him and that's the key. Guess it's good to have the scan and hear him out on the possibility of changing medicines. It has been so long since I was in the loop as far as chemo drugs, but I do know from experience with my husband and from what I have read from others that sometimes doctors change drugs because the same one will sometimes stop working if used too long. I will be sure to keep you in my prayers and I hope you will check back in and keep us informed.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  13. (((Carol))), hugs and prayers coming your way. All I can think of is the many many members who have had nodules that seem to appear and disappear. 3mm is not very big and could be anything or nothing. Let us know how your appointment goes on Monday and in the meantime know that we are praying for you.

    Hugs,

    Sue


  14. Congratulations on your 7 year celebration, Jerry! What a wonderful inspiration you are to others. Wishing you many many more years of running and celebrating.

    Hugs,

    Sue

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