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  • Oct 17, 2010 5:06pm

    I hope you get this message. I have had you on my mind and have thought and prayed for Anissa. Walt is beginning to do better. He is more comfortable, but still has terminal cancer.

    I would love to know how Anissa is. It scares me to not see any recent updates. I hope all is well.

    I will continue to think and pray for your family.

    All the best.

    Deborah Covington

  • Jul 1, 2010 5:11pm

    Gail, my prayers are with you and Darrell.  Hope and pray all in progressing as well as can be expected.  God bless you both.  Elsie S.

    Elsie Souder

  • Mar 21, 2010 7:55pm

    hi My name Is: Melinda Hankins.
    my Uncle Steve was in a bad accident. will u please pray for him?

    melinda hankins

  • Jan 14, 2010 7:21am

    From Good for the Kids, in support of the Mayhews.

    Angie Lynch

  • Dec 6, 2009 8:22pm

    Anissa and family,
    I just heard today from Greenaker all that has happened!  You are all in our prayers! May God continue to heal you as you get stronger everyday; know that you are so loved! 
    blessings,
    the ross' in brandon

    Angela Ross

  • Dec 6, 2009 7:17pm

    Peter-
    Thank you for your eloquent and insightful updates. Anissa will be proud of your posts showing honesty with grace.

    I hope the next leg of this crazy journey brings love, laughter and never ending hope4Anissa's recovery.

    Sending you love and prayers amidst the thousands that are pulling for your family,
    Bella

    Bella Girasole

  • Dec 3, 2009 8:05pm

    Anissa, The interwebs are so boring without you.  I hope you are taking this time to write one HELL of a post and that Peter and the kids are gathering as much strength as possible from the (literally) thousands of people who love you!

    rachel hughson

  • Dec 3, 2009 3:34pm

    Blessings to you and your children and your entire family at this difficult time.  I read your story via Heather and Mike's page and my family has been praying for you and Anissa daily since.  She sounds like a wonderful, strong young wife and mother and I pray she will begin to improve daily and you will receive the strength you need to get through this. 

    Gail Okeson
    St Paul, MN

  • Dec 1, 2009 11:35pm

    Bless you Anissa and your family.  Stay strong.

    Kristine H

  • Nov 30, 2009 1:42pm

    We love you Anissa!

    Karen Simpson
    momm1916@yahoo.com
    Sullivan, IN

  • Nov 27, 2009 10:23am

    In honor of Anissa Mayhew

    Jennifer Wagner

  • Nov 25, 2009 10:37am

    As I was reading my bible this morning, I came across a passage I would like to share......

    Psalms 61:1-2
    Hear my cry, O God; attend unto my prayer.
    From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee,
    when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I.

    Keeping you all in my prayers.

    Stacey Bryan

  • Nov 25, 2009 10:13am

    For the past two days, while you have been resting, recovering and making remarkable progress I have been in Orlando for the yearly teacher's convention us CENRALERS attend.  ACSI, the intials which stand for something significant and you having been a parent of students at "our" school would remember and of course laugh at my consistent inability to recall details that I find insignificant, was filled with great speakers this year.
    Some how this year, at Mouse MECA, I found myself struggling to pay attention to 10 hours of quality information and balance that against my inability to access information regarding you.  LImited cell service, and my slow phone combined to cause much added stress.  Jennifer and Sandi were great to keep me informed and calm.  Natalie, another one of your amazing friends whom I long to meet, has been invaluable at posting information for Jennifer in turn to distribute.    There was a simple peace with unexplainable warmth as I was able to share your story with those I encountered.  One particular post, the "she shook her head yes" that caused me to release a completely unexpected scream...in the middle of a room filled with a 100 people I had yet to meet. The bonus in this is the conversation segway created! :D
    Jennifer posted a link, which I am sure you will be utterly suprised to know I now have figured out how to do, to a news story featuring you and your blog, family history, but more amazingly the way the social networks have enabled you to touch people around the globe.  I smile when I think of everything YOU and how that person has been given the skills, personality, and format to reach people from not only all walks of life, but also every corner of the globe. 
    Tomorrow much of my THANKFULNESS will be for you.  Not just you the friend Anissa, but your victories, the lessons you share, the determination you spread, the love you and Pete have, and the God you worship.  Tomorrow I will continue to thank God for you; the one I am blessed to know and call friend Anissa!~greenaker

    lisa greenaker

  • Nov 24, 2009 2:17pm

    Dear Annisa and Family,

    You do not know me, I heard about your family tragedy today via Heather Spohr's blog. From the little I know of you, I can tell that you are not only a wonderful Mom and Wife, but a fabulous friend and also a fighter. You will remain in my prayers for complete healing and I am sending you all my best mojo...with love from Canada.....keep fighting!

    Tracey Hewison
    traceyhewison@shaw.ca

  • Nov 23, 2009 5:44pm

    Pete and family -

    I am thinking of you and praying for you...your family is amazing and i know you will make it through this difficult time even better and even stronger!

    Jennifer Headrick

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