Friday, April 26, 2013

A Rough Week For My Niece


My niece Elaine is having a very rough time this week. She has been hospitalized due to
complications from her first chemo treatment for breast cancer.


Some important 'levels' were completely out of whack. She is being as strong as she can be.


She will be in hospital until they see some improvement.
If you don't mind could you send her positive energy,
prayers, light and good thoughts?
Thank you.



22 comments:

  1. Elaine, down here we have sunshine in abundance, green trees, lovely day lilies, blue skies with white clouds flying across to the North. I send you all of these, with many sincerest wishes for wonderful hospital staff, doctors who listen, a caring hand in the early morning hours when it seems to be at the worst, and comforting hugs, from Jean in NZ,p.s. Jim has sent me such comfort in abundance lately, as I had some sadness, it is returned to you with fond greetings and caring thoughts..

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  2. Stay focused on the end result. My thoughts are with her as she struggles past this and rest in the knowledge that the hospital staff knows what they are doing.

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  3. I'm so sorry to hear this, Jim. I hope she is feeling much better soon. Sending prayers and positive thoughts her way!

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  4. I'm sorry to hear of the complications Jim. Please pass on my best wishes from Scotland (and Boris gives a healing lick)!

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  5. It's such a battle on so many levels. Elaine is in my thoughts and I am hoping they sort out her chemo asap.

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  6. I'm so sorry; hang in there -- she is definitely in my prayers, and you too.

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  7. sending prayers and positive thoughts your way-hugs

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  8. I will pray for her (and her family) right this very second. I am so sorry she is going through this. Sending love.

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  9. That awful chemo will save her life but in the meantime it's making her as sick as a dog. I hope the rough ride settles down soon.

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    1. Sorry to hear this, sending our thoughts and prayers.
      Ivan

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  11. Will do! The first circle is often the one that shuts the systhem down. I hope she feels better soon, and her "Blutwerte" are up to date, so she can fight back - again!

    *huuuugs*

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  12. Elaine I'm sending you good wishes from CO. Hope your recovery from the chemo is speedy.

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  13. I am praying and will not stop until you tell me it's okay.

    Love,
    Janie

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  14. Jim, I'm keeping Elaine in my thoughts and prayers, hoping she feels better soon.

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  15. Done.

    I'm so sorry, Jim, that she's having such difficulty.

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  16. I'm sorry that Elaine is having such a difficult time! I'm sending her my thoughts and prayers ~ and you!

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  17. Sending Elaine a big gay welsh hug
    If she wanted it or not

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    1. Oh she can handle that John! Thanks.

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  18. Thanks so much everybody! It is so appreciated by Elaine and family.

    I was speaking with her sister about an hour ago and Elaine is feeling more herself today ( I posted last evening). Her white blood cell level is back to normal. She will remain in hospital for another 24 hours.

    This will be a bumpy road for Elaine but one that she will fight with all her might.

    Again thanks everyone.

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  19. I've read your comment above about Elaine feeling better--That's good news, and I'm keeping her and your family in my prayers for peace and Elaine to have the needed strength to regain her health!

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