Monday, December 25, 2017

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays


Merry Christmas everyone! 

You, friends, are a true gift in our lives. You have supported us from the moment I was diagnosed, and you continue to lift us up as the challenges persist. My heart is full, my soul is full of gratitude! I thank you IMMENSELY!!

We feel your love, and we are sending it right back to you! 

I plan to write a post soon with a health update - sorry I've taken such a long hiatus. For now we love you, we appreciate you, we hope you are well! 

Xoxo




21 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas, beauty!!!! Much love to you and Dan. And, um, that photo is adorbs!!!

    Love,
    John, Steph and girls xoxoxo

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  2. Merry Christmas!!!!πŸŽπŸŽ„ 😘❣️

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  3. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! It's so good to see you! 😚😚😚

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  4. Belated Merry Christmas and A New Year filled healing, joys, blessings, peace and lots of laughter.
    So wonderful to see your beautiful smiling faces. :-) Darling doggie !!!

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  5. Happy New Years Jessica! I'm hoping 2018 is filled to the brim with love and light!
    Love,
    Lauren

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  6. Merry Christmas Jessica! I hope Santa was good to you. :)

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  7. Hy Jessica, i read your brain cancer story and thought it was inspiring my name is Nathanael I also have a blog that I just started about my brain cancer story it would be awesome if you could email me back on Gmail at ntboy11@gmail.com and merry christmas to you

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  8. Jessica, how are you doing these days?

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  9. When my husband became ill with glioblastoma and I followed your blog religiously. He died last Thursday. I understand your need to take a break but I also do not think it is fair to open yourself to so many people and then abruptly shut down. Many people follow your life because they are scared and do not know anyone else that have glioblastom. I would love to hear more about your life right now, even if it isn't pretty. The last few months of my husband's life weren't pretty and there is no one in my life that can relate.

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    1. what a terrible thing to say to this open and generous person

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    2. This widow is in deep grief & not thinking clearly at this time. She's lashing out from her grief so let's be compassionate to her. Does it make it okay- NO ! Absolutely Not ! But,grieving people often say things they don't truly mean when they are hurting. She cares about how Jessica is doing but said it horribly wrong in the midst of her pain & loss.

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  10. Lorin, my deepest sympathies at the loss of your husband. Cancer sucks. Jessica has her own problems, please don't add to them.

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  11. Dear Jess, please get well and come back soon.:)

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  12. Thinking about and praying for you continuously. I hope you are doing okay.

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  13. Thinking about you pretty lady! Hope you are doing ok.

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  14. Miss not hearing from you. I check your blog daily to see if there might be an update. Hope you are okay. You are definitely in our prayers.

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  15. "So Cal" PattiApril 13, 2018 at 5:16 PM

    I think about You with Love and Pray for You Every Day! Not hearing anything from You makes me feel sad and worried, but I understand your need to just step back and do for You! I Love You Jess and have since your very first blog! Know that "So Cal" Patti is still cheering you on!!! And I still have your "Hope" Magnet on my Fridge!

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  16. Hi Jessica, I am a fellow brain tumor fighter going through a recent recurrence. When you're back in the swing of things, I'd love to discuss a few treatment ideas. Until then, keep up the fight and wishing you all the best.

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