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January 14, 2015

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Annie D

Real life, real hope. Loved the story. (Wishing I could write as well as you).

Karyn

Sending hugs and love your way. The story ends as it ends, because it is your story. As always, thanks for sharing. XOXO Karyn

'Kathryn'

Jen, it is so good to see you back online. I pray that the hope in your story come to fruition for you all. Sending all my love and hugs to you and all the family with a bit extra for Olive to encourage her on this new path, 'Kathryn'xxxx

Joan

(((hug)))
Fingers and toes and elbows and eyes crossed ....

Ingrid

Good luck. I hope that your persistence and hope are rewarded.

Eurolush

Stop this. You make me want to jump in the car and drive to Chicago, where I can just stare at you in amazement. I don't have time in my schedule today to do that. You are like Sisyphus, only you're not a king and the boulder you continuously roll uphill is much bigger and heavier than his was. Also, you've kept your sense of humor and wit intact. That may be the hardest of all to do.

Elizabeth

I love how you hit the sweet spot between life and story. And I love your good news. Kids are awesome!

Tamara

gafinity fingers crossed

CrazyMomTats!

Many hugs and encouraging kisses sent your way. Hang in there.

GO OLIVE GO!!! YOU CAN DO IT!!!!

:-)

Japonica

I have seen flowers come in stony places
And kind things done by men with ugly faces,
And the gold cup won by the worst horse at the races
So I trust, too.

John Masefield.

"Everything will be alright in the end. If it is not yet alright, it is not yet the end".....


XXXXX

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