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posted 5/7/2008 12:23:59 AM |
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  Bunzie513

2 weeks ago I was worring about my new job, getting the kids homework, dinner, and a bath all in one night lol... adjusting to not being a wife anymore, trying to find some "me" time... 1 week ago I was sitting in the hospital worring about test results, keeping dr's names straight, keeping what dr's said straight, staying strong, and the unknown... today i am worring the morning... my first born will be 10 years old... she is growing sooo fast but all i can think of is how fast her cancer is growing too... will this be her last birthday? how sick is her treatment going to make her? how is my beautiful little girl going to accept the loss of her hair? how am i supposed to hold everything together & still take care of my other 2 while working 2 jobs? everyone told me being a single mother was hard & that God never gives you more than you can handle... so hopefully everyone is right... so i guess i'll leave ya'll with this:
remember that even when you feel like you are at the end of your rope & the kids just won't "shut up" lol stop in the middle of everything go over & give your baby a hug & kiss tell them how much you love them... don't lose sight of the things in life....

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sawduster

May 7 @ 1:06AM  
it will be a very very rough and bumpy road for you, no two ways about that. i wish you both the best with the treatment, and sincerely hope for a cure.

i don't know what hospital you are going to, but st. judes is probably the best if you can get to them. but i do realize your circumstances dictate where you go.

my best wishes for ya, and hugs, you are going to need a bunch of them in the coming months.
Hotlovin69

May 7 @ 1:27AM  
So sorry to hear about your daughter Bunz. Yeah life does go by fast. Seems like yesterday my daughter was 5 and know she's 22. I did have a son before my daughter but he past away from sudden infant death at 3 months of age and when my daughter was born it was scary to wonder if it would happen to her. For the whole first year I hardly got any sleep. So keeps your kids close and hug them and kiss them often...
zena343

May 7 @ 2:34AM  
Bunzie I am so sorry to hear of your beautiful daughters illness. I have a daughter around her age, and to be honest I can't imagine. I also am a single mom worrying about the normal everyday things, I couldn't imagine if she were sick with cancer or any other disease for that matter!! May God embrace you and your daughter and keep you strong through what will be, I'm sure, the hardest road to travel.
kris83

May 7 @ 6:24AM  
what an attitude thats my Bunz keep your head up
kingdongilingus

May 7 @ 7:47AM  
Life, either live it, or step off the playing field.

It is what you make of it, you get out of it what you put into it.

No rule books I ever saw said, "It is easy".

In the end, regardless of how "hard" you may think it is, there is always someone else WAY worse off than you, and the kicker?

The world will move on whether you do or not. Time, Space, Future, take your pick, it cares not at all about you, or me. Neither of us will even be the most minor of footnotes in history.

Oh, and there is no spoon, Young Jedi, so there are no rules, except those that you make for yourself. If it is hard, find a way to make it easier, if it is fine, don't buck the wave, go with the flow.

Think before you do, think while you do, and Thank God after you are done.
God or Not God, in the end, YOU have to step up to the plate of Reality, and see if your Batting Average is still good with your rusty swing.

Above all, remember that most problems people face are problems they could have avoided, situations they could have dodged, or fixed, with little effort BEFORE they happened. There is NEVER a shortage of possibilities, ONLY a shortage of thinking there is none.
coachwaugh69

May 7 @ 2:23PM  
You are obviously a good person, what a wonderful attitude. I know it must be hard. Thank you for the reminder on how petty it is to be frustrated with your children. I hope god sees you and your daughter through this. You'll be in my prayers

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