Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Butterflies and Thank You's


Thanks for all the healing butterflies we received!  Keep them coming! 

So many people have severe health issues.  Those of us who have a network of friends and family that offer both emotional and physical support are indeed the lucky ones.  It’s how we get through the bad times. 

So I am taking this opportunity to once again thank our friends and family for their continued love.  The phone calls, emails and hugs mean so much.  Being reminded that each story is unique and not a repeat; being reminded that all I have to do is pick up the phone to hear a caring voice; and being reminded that there is always someone to listen have pulled me back from a previous story and grounded me in reality. 

So we will go to Tucson and have more testing done on Peter.  We will see his doctor and build a game plan and go forward.  Whatever the results, they are treatable. We will continue to love, live and hang onto our wonderful network of friends and family.

2 comments:

  1. Missed the first post about butterflies, but this is beautiful! Best of luck and healing thoughts to you and Peter.

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  2. We are sending a whole Flutter of caring butterflies your way!

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Butterflies and Thank You's


Thanks for all the healing butterflies we received!  Keep them coming! 

So many people have severe health issues.  Those of us who have a network of friends and family that offer both emotional and physical support are indeed the lucky ones.  It’s how we get through the bad times. 

So I am taking this opportunity to once again thank our friends and family for their continued love.  The phone calls, emails and hugs mean so much.  Being reminded that each story is unique and not a repeat; being reminded that all I have to do is pick up the phone to hear a caring voice; and being reminded that there is always someone to listen have pulled me back from a previous story and grounded me in reality. 

So we will go to Tucson and have more testing done on Peter.  We will see his doctor and build a game plan and go forward.  Whatever the results, they are treatable. We will continue to love, live and hang onto our wonderful network of friends and family.

2 comments:

  1. Missed the first post about butterflies, but this is beautiful! Best of luck and healing thoughts to you and Peter.

    ReplyDelete
  2. We are sending a whole Flutter of caring butterflies your way!

    ReplyDelete