Wednesday, October 24, 2007

I Need Your Help

If there really is anybody out there reading this I need your help. I don't even need to know you're doing it, I just need you to do it. I need all the positive energy (or prayer if that works for you- I'm a firm believer in both) you can muster for the next month for my mom to get better. I really do think it will work, and I need you to think so too. Thank you.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sending positive thoughts to you and your family. I saw your comment on JM's blog and thought I'd drop by and let you know that there are people out there who care, even if they are strangers. I know it's hard in your situation but staying positive does help.

Ditraveler said...

Dear Maggie:
I read your post on JM Blog and wanted to tell you that I'll be sending positive thoughts and prayers your way. ( I like doing both, can't hurt right?)

I know what you are going thru, my dad was diagnose with liver cancer february this year, they told him there was nothing to do, no chemo no surgery and they gave him 3 months or less to live.
My dad is on his early 60's and full of energy, he refused to give up, no matter how many doctors told him to accept his fate, he was very sick for a while and then he got better enough to look for another opinion, he ended up in Houston at the MD Anderson, he is currently on some trial meds and coming this monday to see me on his way to take a cruise to South America with my mom and some friends, he is alive thanks to people who prayed for him, send good thoughts his way, and just plainly loved him, with out all of this he would have never regain strenght to go thru the treatment.

But it hasn't been easy and the meds sometimes are so bad it seems it is worst to take them than deal with the cancer, it's hard to keep a fighting spirit when you feel so sick, but thats when you and all the people that care for you and your mother come in.

I would like to know your mom's name so I think of her and pray more personally instead as just Maggie's mom, I'll pray and send good energy to your mom everytime I do this for my dad.

I leave you with this little bit of advice:
just be with your mom, watch happy stuff on TV, watch movies, tell her funny stories, don't talk to her about cancer, enjoy her now, make her laugh. Know that everyday with her is a gift, and keep thinking positive, and hope that you will have more days to enjoy her.

I send you all my love, good thought and good energy.

-D

ditraveler@google.com

Kristi said...

Hi pretty.. I just stumbled over to your blog to catch up with you. Looks like you're going through some trying times, and I'm sorry to hear it. Keep smiling because it's contagious.