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06 Jan 2010 16:13 #42061

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Sue, my prayers are with you and your family and I'm thankful your husband is getting the best care. Take care of yourself and thanks for keeping us updated.
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more prayers 06 Jan 2010 13:22 #42053

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Dear Sue (and family),
Oh my, what an ordeal! Thank God for those silver linings, though, and I'll continue to pray that those dominate and that the treatments go well for your husband. Don't forget to take care of yourself during this trying time, though -- that will be important to your husband's health as well.
Love and many, many hugs, Robin
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06 Jan 2010 10:17 #42043

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Sue, thanks for updating us. Sounds like you have begun getting answers and treatment is being planned. I too, am so glad you are going to MD Anderson as they are truly the best and brightest!

Of course prayers continue, without saying.

Lynn
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06 Jan 2010 06:41 #42034

Sue I very sorry to hear this news but glad that he can get the help he need I will pray for you and the family please keep us up dated on things Happy
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06 Jan 2010 00:23 #42021

Everyone --

What can I say beyond thank you for all of the wishes and prayers of love, concern, hope... you all bring tears to my eyes. Thank you, thank you, thank you, over and over again.

My husband, Jack, is doing well, considering what he is going through. He was diagnosed the week before Christmas with an aggressive bone marrow cancer. We feel so fortunate that we live less than an hour from the world-renowned M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston -- the physicians there are the best on the planet and have given us much reason for hope. It seems that with every bit of bad news, we are able to find a silver lining and many blessings -- when we were told that he had cancerous lesions on nearly every bone in his body, we also learned that none of his soft tissues (kidney, liver, colon, etc.) appeared to be involved. When we were told on Christmas Eve that he had tumors in his brain that would require radiation, we also learned that they were in a place where the radiation would not affect his vision or his thinking/analytical skills or memory. When we were told on New Years' Eve that he had many lesions on his spine that needed radiation, we also learned that radiating them would not affect his nervous system and would in fact lessen the excruciating pain he has endured. We continue to marvel at the intricacy of the human body -- and at the growth of modern medicine and its practitioners. While we know that his cancer is not curable, we are assured that it is treatable. We live in faith that our best years still lie ahead of us -- and are surrounded by family and friends and prayer warriors whose profound love and support have buoyed us through some pretty dark moments. All of your notes continue to give me strength; while this disease shows little mercy to anyone, we have learned that it cannot erode love, which is tempered and grows stronger in the face of adversity.

Dear, dear friends - we wish for all of you nothing short of a happy and healthier New Year. With love and thanks to all -
Sue Garman
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05 Jan 2010 10:47 #41975

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Kind thoughts and prayers go to Sue and her family--you have added much to my life with your wonderful BOMs.

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05 Jan 2010 06:30 #41954

Me too! I will be thinking and praying for you and your family as I work on BOMs old and new.
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05 Jan 2010 06:13 #41953

My thoughts and prayers are with Sue and her family as well.
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05 Jan 2010 02:23 #41949

Hang in there Sue. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray that your husband will be healed.
Have a wonderful quilty week.
Jenice aka Vernal Grandma
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04 Jan 2010 22:19 #41942

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my thoughts and prayers are with you Sue. Having read your bio I thougth what an incredibly talented person you are and I am sure you will have lots of support and help in the trying days ahead. I will pray for you and your family and ask for peace and comfort for you.
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04 Jan 2010 19:12 #41934

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Everybody has said all the things I would. Please rest in the Lord and go to him for your comfort during this time. We at TQS will be praying for you and your family. Remember our Lord is available at all times for you.
Kari :!:
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04 Jan 2010 18:23 #41931

I'd like to add my prayers also for Sue, her husband, family and all the doctors and medical teams involved.
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04 Jan 2010 16:32 #41922

Sending positive energy to Sue and her family

Jean in Windsor, On

Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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04 Jan 2010 15:16 #41911

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Prayers and more prayers for wisdom for the docs and peace for you two and your kids. Can't imagine how it feels, but trust that you have lots of great resources there in our area of Houston.

Lynn, from Sugar Land
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