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Lisa Landles Morgan
Lisa Landles Morgan
lori madden
love from a complete stranger in Chicago!
Life is a gift and you become more present as you let out your anger and fear rather than stash them away to stagnate or poison your body.  Breathe in life, breath out all that no longer serves you and breath by breath - even if it's not a deep one right now - may you settle into comfort, peace and trust that you are loved, you are wanted and you belong here. 
Diane Mars
Diane
Jenn, I am so humbled by your strength. I just had a radical hysterectomy for uterine cancer, I too have a donation site on You Caring, so thats how I found you! I live in Thousand Oaks Calif, so we live pretty close to one another if you ever just want to get away for a day you two  are welcome to come our way. Hugs and positive thoughts and prayers sending your way.. 
Sue Ann Moore
S. Moore
Hello Jen,
Learned about you & Jeff via the yoga studio website that I have recently joined. Thank you for sharing your very real experiences. Sending you warm, positive thoughts, strength, and light to get you through your days. Take care of each other.
Jo-Al Lettau
Jo-Al Lettau
Hi Jen.  I don't know you.  I only learned about you from the wedding information on Yahoo.  I'm so glad you got the wedding of your dreams!  Everybody deserves to have that.  May I offer up a suggestion?  Please take you pain meds even if this means that you need to get up and just take meds from the night stand.  It will make it so much easier on yourself when you awake for the morning.  I'm not an expert but I do know that if you can control the pain and not let the pain control you, you have beat that battle!  Be easy on yourself, I know it can be hard but don't beat yourself up.

Please take good care of yourself.  May God Bless you!  I will be sure and pray for you and your family.

Enjoy each day and take them one at a time!  Sometimes to many creep up and it makes a mess :)
Jamie Himmelstein
Jamie Himmelstein
Hey Jen,

Just wanted to say "hi", that I think of you every day and that I wanted to reiterate what you last said in your last post:  that you, as well as nobody else knows what's next, or what your current level of pain "means" for your future so to speak.

I truly believe this!!  There is an awesome movie that came out in the late 80's I think called "A Leap of Faith" w/Sam Neill, and Anne Archer.  It's about this woman Debbie Ogg with terminal cancer and purportedly no "cure" to be found, but you soon find out that no one...not even the G-d like doctors we put our faith and trust in can  know what is to be.  Debbie winds up cancer free, a first  for the type of cancer she had, and goes on to live the lie of her dreams.  I know this can be your reality too

I've always found it interesting how in every aspect of life, except seemingly cancer diagnosis, we are taught, and told that not one of us knows the future; that we need to take things "one day at a time"; no one has a crystal ball etc...But for some reason when it comes to cancer the docs give due dates.  Now I'm not dumb, I know these dates are based supposedly in science and history; and it's a big BUT, and I know you know this, no one... not your doctor, not my doctor, and not even Dr. House (lol) know the future because you are a separate person from all the records, history, etc. You are you :).

There is no other Jen Bulik, and I wholeheartedly believe that because you are your own unique woman inside and out separate from your illness (Your illness is SO not who you are! :) that complete and total healing can and does happen. I pray daily for this to be your truth Jen because why should you not have your miracle?  Why not you?  

Love and ((((((Jen)))))) >3 
Sue Ann Moore
S. Moore
Hello Jen,
Learned about you & Jeff via the yoga studio website that I have recently joined. Thank you for sharing your very real experiences. Sending you warm, positive thoughts, strength, and light to get you through your days. Take care of each other.
Jo-Al Lettau
Jo-Al Lettau
Hi Jen.  I don't know you.  I only learned about you from the wedding information on Yahoo.  I'm so glad you got the wedding of your dreams!  Everybody deserves to have that.  May I offer up a suggestion?  Please take you pain meds even if this means that you need to get up and just take meds from the night stand.  It will make it so much easier on yourself when you awake for the morning.  I'm not an expert but I do know that if you can control the pain and not let the pain control you, you have beat that battle!  Be easy on yourself, I know it can be hard but don't beat yourself up.

Please take good care of yourself.  May God Bless you!  I will be sure and pray for you and your family.

Enjoy each day and take them one at a time!  Sometimes to many creep up and it makes a mess :)
Lisa Landles Morgan
Lisa Landles Morgan
lori madden
love from a complete stranger in Chicago!
Life is a gift and you become more present as you let out your anger and fear rather than stash them away to stagnate or poison your body.  Breathe in life, breath out all that no longer serves you and breath by breath - even if it's not a deep one right now - may you settle into comfort, peace and trust that you are loved, you are wanted and you belong here. 
Diane Mars
Diane
Jenn, I am so humbled by your strength. I just had a radical hysterectomy for uterine cancer, I too have a donation site on You Caring, so thats how I found you! I live in Thousand Oaks Calif, so we live pretty close to one another if you ever just want to get away for a day you two  are welcome to come our way. Hugs and positive thoughts and prayers sending your way.. 
Jamie Himmelstein
Jamie Himmelstein
Hey Jen,

Just wanted to say "hi", that I think of you every day and that I wanted to reiterate what you last said in your last post:  that you, as well as nobody else knows what's next, or what your current level of pain "means" for your future so to speak.

I truly believe this!!  There is an awesome movie that came out in the late 80's I think called "A Leap of Faith" w/Sam Neill, and Anne Archer.  It's about this woman Debbie Ogg with terminal cancer and purportedly no "cure" to be found, but you soon find out that no one...not even the G-d like doctors we put our faith and trust in can  know what is to be.  Debbie winds up cancer free, a first  for the type of cancer she had, and goes on to live the lie of her dreams.  I know this can be your reality too

I've always found it interesting how in every aspect of life, except seemingly cancer diagnosis, we are taught, and told that not one of us knows the future; that we need to take things "one day at a time"; no one has a crystal ball etc...But for some reason when it comes to cancer the docs give due dates.  Now I'm not dumb, I know these dates are based supposedly in science and history; and it's a big BUT, and I know you know this, no one... not your doctor, not my doctor, and not even Dr. House (lol) know the future because you are a separate person from all the records, history, etc. You are you :).

There is no other Jen Bulik, and I wholeheartedly believe that because you are your own unique woman inside and out separate from your illness (Your illness is SO not who you are! :) that complete and total healing can and does happen. I pray daily for this to be your truth Jen because why should you not have your miracle?  Why not you?  

Love and ((((((Jen)))))) >3 
lori madden
love from a complete stranger in Chicago!
Life is a gift and you become more present as you let out your anger and fear rather than stash them away to stagnate or poison your body.  Breathe in life, breath out all that no longer serves you and breath by breath - even if it's not a deep one right now - may you settle into comfort, peace and trust that you are loved, you are wanted and you belong here. 
Lisa Landles Morgan
Lisa Landles Morgan
Diane Mars
Diane
Jenn, I am so humbled by your strength. I just had a radical hysterectomy for uterine cancer, I too have a donation site on You Caring, so thats how I found you! I live in Thousand Oaks Calif, so we live pretty close to one another if you ever just want to get away for a day you two  are welcome to come our way. Hugs and positive thoughts and prayers sending your way.. 
Jo-Al Lettau
Jo-Al Lettau
Hi Jen.  I don't know you.  I only learned about you from the wedding information on Yahoo.  I'm so glad you got the wedding of your dreams!  Everybody deserves to have that.  May I offer up a suggestion?  Please take you pain meds even if this means that you need to get up and just take meds from the night stand.  It will make it so much easier on yourself when you awake for the morning.  I'm not an expert but I do know that if you can control the pain and not let the pain control you, you have beat that battle!  Be easy on yourself, I know it can be hard but don't beat yourself up.

Please take good care of yourself.  May God Bless you!  I will be sure and pray for you and your family.

Enjoy each day and take them one at a time!  Sometimes to many creep up and it makes a mess :)
Sue Ann Moore
S. Moore
Hello Jen,
Learned about you & Jeff via the yoga studio website that I have recently joined. Thank you for sharing your very real experiences. Sending you warm, positive thoughts, strength, and light to get you through your days. Take care of each other.
Jamie Himmelstein
Jamie Himmelstein
Hey Jen,

Just wanted to say "hi", that I think of you every day and that I wanted to reiterate what you last said in your last post:  that you, as well as nobody else knows what's next, or what your current level of pain "means" for your future so to speak.

I truly believe this!!  There is an awesome movie that came out in the late 80's I think called "A Leap of Faith" w/Sam Neill, and Anne Archer.  It's about this woman Debbie Ogg with terminal cancer and purportedly no "cure" to be found, but you soon find out that no one...not even the G-d like doctors we put our faith and trust in can  know what is to be.  Debbie winds up cancer free, a first  for the type of cancer she had, and goes on to live the lie of her dreams.  I know this can be your reality too

I've always found it interesting how in every aspect of life, except seemingly cancer diagnosis, we are taught, and told that not one of us knows the future; that we need to take things "one day at a time"; no one has a crystal ball etc...But for some reason when it comes to cancer the docs give due dates.  Now I'm not dumb, I know these dates are based supposedly in science and history; and it's a big BUT, and I know you know this, no one... not your doctor, not my doctor, and not even Dr. House (lol) know the future because you are a separate person from all the records, history, etc. You are you :).

There is no other Jen Bulik, and I wholeheartedly believe that because you are your own unique woman inside and out separate from your illness (Your illness is SO not who you are! :) that complete and total healing can and does happen. I pray daily for this to be your truth Jen because why should you not have your miracle?  Why not you?  

Love and ((((((Jen)))))) >3