Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Jess try

It 2:19 morn. Can't write. Read no. This hard. Long road but I do better. So try. So try. Pills every three hour for pain, seizure, steroids, this long stuff. Long long road. Sad. I'm alive and that more that I hope more I hopeote.

28 comments:

  1. Hi Jess! Saying hello and good luck with your recovery. We are sending healing thoughts from Hong Kong!

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  2. You are doing great! Please do not forget you just had brain surgery!! Be patient with yourself!! Hugs!!!

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  3. Keep it up Jess!!! Keep it up! You are doing great!!!

    Much love!!!

    Steph and John

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  4. Give yourself time Jess.
    Erin

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  5. Jess you are doing great!! This is just a wrinkle in time.
    It will be smooth sailing before you know it!!

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  6. Long road, but we are all pulling for you!! you are such a strong person and so much admiration for you to share this struggle with us all! YOU ROCK it!

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  7. YAY!!!! You are incredible, Jess!!! You've done this before and you WILL do it again! Thank you for being so amazing. I am thinking of you so much and sending love, strength, prayers and healing energy to you and Danny and your family. This post and your progress is awesome, you are awesome! :) Keep it up! YAY!

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  8. Oh yes, and you're BEAUTIFUL!!!! Love the pic!

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  9. Great to see you already blogging again Jess! Try not to get discouraged but while the road might seem long, each little accomplishment you make is major! Be gentle with yourself and allow yourself time to heal! Love, Patti

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  10. Hello to all who frequent this site, from a fathers perspective. Your many kind, thoughtful, loving comments have brought many a tear to Dad's eye. Jessica and family have had an incredible two weeks and now she is finally in the apt and getting home style love and much needed sleep. Thank you so much for caring for my wonderful and beautiful daughter.
    Jessica's proud & emotionally thrilled father

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    1. Glad you are home in the apartment! You have an AMAZING daughter! She inspires so many people all over the world. You should be very proud!

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  11. Jess, you are amazing and so inspirational!! I hope you can feel all the love and prayers that are coming your way and for your family too!! Be patient with yourself, you will get there!

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  12. I can't believe that you just had brain surgery and you are blogging! You are one amazing person! Look around you ...is there anyone else who has had brain surgery and is on the internet blogging? No, I think not. Give yourself time and your comeback will be amazing! We all believe in you and even us anonymous types are out here sending positive energy your way. You are loved by many you don't know - trust me. Much love and hugs.

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  13. So happy to hear from you, Jess. Keep on, keeping on! Thinking of you.

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  14. To Jess and her proud & emotionally thrilled father, we love you both so much!!!! Keep up the good work, cannot wait to give you both the longest hug back in Seattle. xxxxxxxxxxxxx.

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  15. You're amazing! So sorry for your pain, we wish we could help somehow... Keep up the good work, Jess!!
    We send our love to you and Dan. Susan and Dad

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  16. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  17. Jess, I want you to know that I hear YOUR voice in this post and that it will only get stronger and stronger! Sending you all my love!

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  18. YES. You try. And that is why you are so very loved. Right now, you just let those people that love you take the wheel,let them help you heal. You know better than anyone that it's going to take some time. We're all here for you. This blog post is being printed out, put by my bedside. All my love to you, Jess.
    ~Marlis

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    1. LOVE! Thank you for this idea Marlis.

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  19. Sending you lots of love, Jess. Laura

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  20. Sending you lots of love, Jess. Laura

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  21. You try, with every step you succeed. You continue to inspire everyone you reach! It's not even been a week since your resection and your posting on your blog. Simply amazing! And seriously only you could pull off such a radical hairdo and look radiant! Sending you so much Love, Melissa

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  22. Love the pic!!! I agree with the above comment, we can hear your voice in your post and know that your drive and determination will get you back to the "normal" Jess in no time. xo

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  23. You are fantastic? My Hero. I truly needed one Jess. You save lives like mine Bless You PdB.

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  24. I have loved your blog since day one. I found you because a friend of mine linked to your blog and I had to figure out what your title meant : ) and then just never stopped checking in on your story. Anyway, I wanted to let you know that I love this post. It’s the perfect example of why I’m hooked -- not even a week after brain surgery and you feel the need to touch base with your fans. Love it! Take care. From what I hear, brain surgery is kind of a big deal… : )

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  25. Really nice job on your first blog post after this brain surgery. Amazing really. It actually is so descriptive and detailed for being so few words. Very beautiful indeed. Good job, Jess!

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  26. I check your blog every few weeks to keep up with your journey. I hope you realize what an amazing person you are and know how many people you inspire with your strength and continued joy of life. You are in my thoughts and prayers, never stop fighting!
    Hugs, Abbie

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