I know what you mean I just read about Shelly too she looked so full of life and its hard to believe someone so young was taken from us so soon in her life. I didn't know her either. When you read about her it makes you wonder why... why her.. why so young... she had so much to live for with her young child and all. It is a terrible disease.. It makes no sense to me either.. It hit me hard too. I have up and down days with this disease too. Some days are very hard for me.. but we can't give up and give in to this disease.. We need to keep hope and continue to fight... If I don't then I would feel totally defeated and the disease won.. I have hope and faith that the spots on your lungs and spleen will be B9.
we can't let this disease won k we need to keep up the faith and continue to fight it until a cure is found... gosh its easy to say the word just so darn hard to actually do them huh!!! lets work together every step of the way until we are old and gray haired and its truly is our time to go k... skeeter1
I, too, saw the obit and picture. I am old with this disease and for one so young to leave us makes me a little upset. We have all seemed a little down lately. Perhaps because it's winter -- the after-Christmas blahs. Anyway, we've got to hold it together for ourselves, our loved ones and each other. With Spring, there's new life, so let's get on with ours, especially you Bernadette. I believe these spots are going to be o.k. Just keep us advised of what they plan to do. We'll be there cheering you on.