God Bless you and your entire family. God rest your soul Mary T. You were one of the first that I met in Cincinnati back in 2000. How many more I have met and how many more I have lost as friends but all are cherished with a bond that no one can break.
At our 1st gathering In Cincinnati in May of 2000, MaryT, Peg and Glenda were the first ladies that I met....I was right in the middle of chemo and still so darn scared. Mary gave me a huge hug and said "You will be just fine dear"..for some reason I will always remember that....Such a kind, sweet lady. I am so sad that she has passed but glad that her suffering is over...
My prayers and condolences to you and your family.
I was fortunate enough to have met Mary in St. Louis. We got a chance to really talk. I just remember thinking that I hoped I had her spirit when I was her age! She was such a lovely lady...
My prayers are with her family...
Post Edited (gma) : 10/26/2004 7:46:52 AM (GMT-6)
Susan and all, I am deeply saddened by the passing of another wonderful warrier.
I had the pleasure of meeting Mary for lunch one day in the nearby town of Exeter.
She was warm, funny, and caring. We sat there for a long time and talked about this world of cancer, and all it does.
She reminded me of one great thing, that it brings people together and how happy to was to have gotten to "meet" and know so many of her breast friends.
She cared deeply about all of you, and I know she will be watching over us all.
With deep sadness, Kim