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HOPE

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  • should be full of despare, she had a lo of physical chalanges, yet all she could talk about was her feauture. Just being in her presence gave me hope.
    JJ
  • That's wonderful news JJ !! I am so happy to hear you say that.
    That should inspire all of us.
    Keep the chin up. I am rooting for ya.
    Here is a hug from an old lady. >:D<
    Patsy W
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  • JJ,
    Even hope needs a plan and it has a connotation of expectancy and longevity, new norms are imposed on us and not of our choosing desire of making we have to accept our plight with good grace and we are accepting ourselves. Gone may be the superficial measure of previous success and I know I am a nice person and can look in the mirror and say today I have tried my best in difficult and challenging circumstances. I know myself better every day, who and what I am, it is humbling accepting minimal output for maximum effort.

    Well done JJ here is a lesson for us all doing and surviving, to your daughter you are her life in everything you do and say, and you will see yourself in her. Sharing your time and support the greatest of gifts, the embodiment of putting others first, as you say just another day.

    My own children have lived a unique existence and will have an individual story of how these changes impacted on them, in all things I have tried to make them more important than the pain, with varying success. Teaching and sharing is a more important role than can ever be imagined and will live long in the memory.

    John
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