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Martha Aubin
Martha Aubin
Congratulations Susan on your returning home. Your network of family and friends has been amazing. But most amazing of all is you. Your ability to recover and heal is amazingly awesome. You are such an inspiration-your inner strength, positive attitude and steadfastness. We welcome you home. With our own issues we may not be able to offer much assistance. But we embrace you in love, light and more and more healing.

Love you, Martha and Steve
Laurie Keith
Laurie Keith
WOW!!!!!

Congratulations...Celebrations...how totally amazing!   I'm sure she will make even better progress when she is back in her world that will re-orient her further.  I wonder if that brief visit home for Christmas really catalyed increased improvement.  

It's so great to hear good news.  I'll call ya Carol!

Welcome Home SUSAN!
Drew Kampion
Drew Kampion
Happy New Year, Susan!  It's been crazy here on Whidbey Island ... and we've been missing you in all the excitement.  I spoke with your boy Daniel (who's a big man now!) at the Mukilteo Coffee cafe in the woods, and he's doing SO GREAT!  It's wonderful to be with him.  I heard you had a chance to visit your home for a while -- how great! It's a beautiful place there, near Glendale Canyon!  Love to you ...  Drew & Susan Kampion
John Tisdall
John Tisdall
Were it not for Bill Hayward I would have no idea that you had such rotten luck. But I hope and expect all will improve beyond measure and that your days are not clouded by despair as you shall prevail if I or anyone else I know has anything to say about it. Long time no see by the way and it was good to see your face albeit virtually.
Merry Christmas and all to all,
John Tisdall
patricia duff
patricia duff
I have no need of jewels today, 
Of dazzling, brilliant gems to wear; 
But like a little girl at play, 
The crimson leaves adorn my hair.


I have no need of orchestras, 
Of violins in symphony; 
The chiming bells fill me with awe 
Of clear notes in simplicity.

(by Sally Jo Behrenwald) 


Merry Christmas, Susan. Here's to the joy of life and the speed of recovery.
Love,
Patricia 
Sandra Whiting
Sandra Whiting
Hi Susan,
The girls at Open Door Gallery follow your progress every day on this site. Susanne, Sandy, Louise, and Amber send you many healing thoughts. We are selling your wonderful hats and sweaters. Many people come in to ask how you are doing. Everyone at Bayview Corner thinks about you and wants you to know that we miss your amazing smile and positive energy. We miss you and look forward to your return to Whidbey Island.
Sandy, Susanne, Louise, Amber
Open Door Gallery
Mindy Thompson
Mindy Thompson
Helloooo Susan,

Its so good to hear of all your progress. I was out of email touch for two weeks and when I read your updates what a change in those two weeks you  have made, slow and steady progress. We walk pass your home daily and think of you. Sounds like you get to dance and move much more at your new temp home away from home and that is so good. Before you know it you will be back whidbey. I hope todays sun warms your heart and soul and speeds up your recovery. Take care dear sweet Susan sending you warm aloha and blessing and hugs.......mindy and mike
John Tisdall
John Tisdall
Were it not for Bill Hayward I would have no idea that you had such rotten luck. But I hope and expect all will improve beyond measure and that your days are not clouded by despair as you shall prevail if I or anyone else I know has anything to say about it. Long time no see by the way and it was good to see your face albeit virtually.
Merry Christmas and all to all,
John Tisdall
patricia duff
patricia duff
I have no need of jewels today, 
Of dazzling, brilliant gems to wear; 
But like a little girl at play, 
The crimson leaves adorn my hair.


I have no need of orchestras, 
Of violins in symphony; 
The chiming bells fill me with awe 
Of clear notes in simplicity.

(by Sally Jo Behrenwald) 


Merry Christmas, Susan. Here's to the joy of life and the speed of recovery.
Love,
Patricia 
Sandra Whiting
Sandra Whiting
Hi Susan,
The girls at Open Door Gallery follow your progress every day on this site. Susanne, Sandy, Louise, and Amber send you many healing thoughts. We are selling your wonderful hats and sweaters. Many people come in to ask how you are doing. Everyone at Bayview Corner thinks about you and wants you to know that we miss your amazing smile and positive energy. We miss you and look forward to your return to Whidbey Island.
Sandy, Susanne, Louise, Amber
Open Door Gallery
Mindy Thompson
Mindy Thompson
Helloooo Susan,

Its so good to hear of all your progress. I was out of email touch for two weeks and when I read your updates what a change in those two weeks you  have made, slow and steady progress. We walk pass your home daily and think of you. Sounds like you get to dance and move much more at your new temp home away from home and that is so good. Before you know it you will be back whidbey. I hope todays sun warms your heart and soul and speeds up your recovery. Take care dear sweet Susan sending you warm aloha and blessing and hugs.......mindy and mike
Martha Aubin
Martha Aubin
Congratulations Susan on your returning home. Your network of family and friends has been amazing. But most amazing of all is you. Your ability to recover and heal is amazingly awesome. You are such an inspiration-your inner strength, positive attitude and steadfastness. We welcome you home. With our own issues we may not be able to offer much assistance. But we embrace you in love, light and more and more healing.

Love you, Martha and Steve
Laurie Keith
Laurie Keith
WOW!!!!!

Congratulations...Celebrations...how totally amazing!   I'm sure she will make even better progress when she is back in her world that will re-orient her further.  I wonder if that brief visit home for Christmas really catalyed increased improvement.  

It's so great to hear good news.  I'll call ya Carol!

Welcome Home SUSAN!
Drew Kampion
Drew Kampion
Happy New Year, Susan!  It's been crazy here on Whidbey Island ... and we've been missing you in all the excitement.  I spoke with your boy Daniel (who's a big man now!) at the Mukilteo Coffee cafe in the woods, and he's doing SO GREAT!  It's wonderful to be with him.  I heard you had a chance to visit your home for a while -- how great! It's a beautiful place there, near Glendale Canyon!  Love to you ...  Drew & Susan Kampion
Martha Aubin
Martha Aubin
Congratulations Susan on your returning home. Your network of family and friends has been amazing. But most amazing of all is you. Your ability to recover and heal is amazingly awesome. You are such an inspiration-your inner strength, positive attitude and steadfastness. We welcome you home. With our own issues we may not be able to offer much assistance. But we embrace you in love, light and more and more healing.

Love you, Martha and Steve
patricia duff
patricia duff
I have no need of jewels today, 
Of dazzling, brilliant gems to wear; 
But like a little girl at play, 
The crimson leaves adorn my hair.


I have no need of orchestras, 
Of violins in symphony; 
The chiming bells fill me with awe 
Of clear notes in simplicity.

(by Sally Jo Behrenwald) 


Merry Christmas, Susan. Here's to the joy of life and the speed of recovery.
Love,
Patricia 
Drew Kampion
Drew Kampion
Happy New Year, Susan!  It's been crazy here on Whidbey Island ... and we've been missing you in all the excitement.  I spoke with your boy Daniel (who's a big man now!) at the Mukilteo Coffee cafe in the woods, and he's doing SO GREAT!  It's wonderful to be with him.  I heard you had a chance to visit your home for a while -- how great! It's a beautiful place there, near Glendale Canyon!  Love to you ...  Drew & Susan Kampion
John Tisdall
John Tisdall
Were it not for Bill Hayward I would have no idea that you had such rotten luck. But I hope and expect all will improve beyond measure and that your days are not clouded by despair as you shall prevail if I or anyone else I know has anything to say about it. Long time no see by the way and it was good to see your face albeit virtually.
Merry Christmas and all to all,
John Tisdall
Mindy Thompson
Mindy Thompson
Helloooo Susan,

Its so good to hear of all your progress. I was out of email touch for two weeks and when I read your updates what a change in those two weeks you  have made, slow and steady progress. We walk pass your home daily and think of you. Sounds like you get to dance and move much more at your new temp home away from home and that is so good. Before you know it you will be back whidbey. I hope todays sun warms your heart and soul and speeds up your recovery. Take care dear sweet Susan sending you warm aloha and blessing and hugs.......mindy and mike
Laurie Keith
Laurie Keith
WOW!!!!!

Congratulations...Celebrations...how totally amazing!   I'm sure she will make even better progress when she is back in her world that will re-orient her further.  I wonder if that brief visit home for Christmas really catalyed increased improvement.  

It's so great to hear good news.  I'll call ya Carol!

Welcome Home SUSAN!
Sandra Whiting
Sandra Whiting
Hi Susan,
The girls at Open Door Gallery follow your progress every day on this site. Susanne, Sandy, Louise, and Amber send you many healing thoughts. We are selling your wonderful hats and sweaters. Many people come in to ask how you are doing. Everyone at Bayview Corner thinks about you and wants you to know that we miss your amazing smile and positive energy. We miss you and look forward to your return to Whidbey Island.
Sandy, Susanne, Louise, Amber
Open Door Gallery