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kathy weimer
kathy weimer
Hi Tori, Just want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin this new treatment and your journey towards remission and wellness. As you know, you are in an amazing facility at the James. They will take great care of you! You probably get tired of people telling you stories of others that have Hodgkin's Lymphoma, but I would like to tell you one more! My nephew's wife was diagnosed during her freshman year at Akron. She and Mike had been dating just a year or so. She had her treatment and stem cell transplant at Cleveland Clinic. She was able to return to college and slowing began taking classes. She and Mike were married 6 years ago, about 6 years after her diagnoses. She is a teacher, track coach and is finishing her Master Degree. She was also she wouldn't be able to have children and 6 months after adopting a beautiful baby girl, found out she was pregnant and now is the mother of 2 little girls. To me, this all seemed to happen in a flash, to Julie, it was a long haul but so rewarding in the end. So I guess the message is "Hang in there sweetie!" You are an amazing young woman with a lot of promise for a bright future. Keep your faith. Sounds like you have a wonderful family and I know you have awesome friends. Good luck! Kathy Weimer
Robert Murphy >Jacob's Dad< www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal
Jacob's Dad -> Robert Murphy

I have journeyed. Through the long, dark night.  Out on the open sea
By faith alone,  Sight unknown
And yet His eyes were watching me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered.  The anchor holds
Though the sails are torn
 I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I've had visions.  I've had dreams
I've even held them in my hand
 But I never knew  They would slip right through
Like they were only grains of sand

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I have been young  But I am older now
And there has been beauty That these eyes have seen
But it was in the night  Through the storms of my life  Oh, that's where God proved
His love to me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds
In spite of the storm

Ray Boltz - The Anchor Holds   http://youtu.be/FL112E3NjqU

 ><>  ><>  ><full>  ><of>  ><Praise>  ><and>  ><Joy> ><>

Love from your Extended Family in Christ ... Robert & Maria Murphy and Amanda, Jacob, Matthew, Cynthia, Brian, Katrina Murphy 

www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal

LIMDA MATHIAS
Linda Mathias
Terry Bradfield
Terry Bradfield
What an amazing and strong young woman you are Tori. I speak of you often to others and how you carry yourself through all of this stuff. It is all praise and amazement. Keep your chin up as I know you will. Cari, you and all of your family have and show great strength through it all. I pray every day for you Tori and your family. May God Bless all of you.
Mary jo halka
Mary jo Halka
Good to hear you like your nurses, they can make all the difference in your treatment, I have met the best nurses in the world when I end up in the hospital, I always send a thank you card because they are the best and make my stay much more comfortable and not so scarey, I am so happy you have come to know them, and them you, they are taking your journey with you, enjoy your relaxation time all of you, I will see you on the 17th. All my prayers and love to all of you. God Bless & love you bunches, Mary Jo
LIMDA MATHIAS
Linda Mathias
Mary jo halka
Mary jo Halka
Good to hear you like your nurses, they can make all the difference in your treatment, I have met the best nurses in the world when I end up in the hospital, I always send a thank you card because they are the best and make my stay much more comfortable and not so scarey, I am so happy you have come to know them, and them you, they are taking your journey with you, enjoy your relaxation time all of you, I will see you on the 17th. All my prayers and love to all of you. God Bless & love you bunches, Mary Jo
kathy weimer
kathy weimer
Hi Tori, Just want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin this new treatment and your journey towards remission and wellness. As you know, you are in an amazing facility at the James. They will take great care of you! You probably get tired of people telling you stories of others that have Hodgkin's Lymphoma, but I would like to tell you one more! My nephew's wife was diagnosed during her freshman year at Akron. She and Mike had been dating just a year or so. She had her treatment and stem cell transplant at Cleveland Clinic. She was able to return to college and slowing began taking classes. She and Mike were married 6 years ago, about 6 years after her diagnoses. She is a teacher, track coach and is finishing her Master Degree. She was also she wouldn't be able to have children and 6 months after adopting a beautiful baby girl, found out she was pregnant and now is the mother of 2 little girls. To me, this all seemed to happen in a flash, to Julie, it was a long haul but so rewarding in the end. So I guess the message is "Hang in there sweetie!" You are an amazing young woman with a lot of promise for a bright future. Keep your faith. Sounds like you have a wonderful family and I know you have awesome friends. Good luck! Kathy Weimer
Robert Murphy >Jacob's Dad< www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal
Jacob's Dad -> Robert Murphy

I have journeyed. Through the long, dark night.  Out on the open sea
By faith alone,  Sight unknown
And yet His eyes were watching me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered.  The anchor holds
Though the sails are torn
 I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I've had visions.  I've had dreams
I've even held them in my hand
 But I never knew  They would slip right through
Like they were only grains of sand

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I have been young  But I am older now
And there has been beauty That these eyes have seen
But it was in the night  Through the storms of my life  Oh, that's where God proved
His love to me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds
In spite of the storm

Ray Boltz - The Anchor Holds   http://youtu.be/FL112E3NjqU

 ><>  ><>  ><full>  ><of>  ><Praise>  ><and>  ><Joy> ><>

Love from your Extended Family in Christ ... Robert & Maria Murphy and Amanda, Jacob, Matthew, Cynthia, Brian, Katrina Murphy 

www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal

Terry Bradfield
Terry Bradfield
What an amazing and strong young woman you are Tori. I speak of you often to others and how you carry yourself through all of this stuff. It is all praise and amazement. Keep your chin up as I know you will. Cari, you and all of your family have and show great strength through it all. I pray every day for you Tori and your family. May God Bless all of you.
Robert Murphy >Jacob's Dad< www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal
Jacob's Dad -> Robert Murphy

I have journeyed. Through the long, dark night.  Out on the open sea
By faith alone,  Sight unknown
And yet His eyes were watching me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered.  The anchor holds
Though the sails are torn
 I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I've had visions.  I've had dreams
I've even held them in my hand
 But I never knew  They would slip right through
Like they were only grains of sand

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds  In spite of the storm

I have been young  But I am older now
And there has been beauty That these eyes have seen
But it was in the night  Through the storms of my life  Oh, that's where God proved
His love to me

The anchor holds.  Though the ship is battered
The anchor holds  Though the sails are torn
I have fallen on my knees  As I faced the raging seas
The anchor holds
In spite of the storm

Ray Boltz - The Anchor Holds   http://youtu.be/FL112E3NjqU

 ><>  ><>  ><full>  ><of>  ><Praise>  ><and>  ><Joy> ><>

Love from your Extended Family in Christ ... Robert & Maria Murphy and Amanda, Jacob, Matthew, Cynthia, Brian, Katrina Murphy 

www.caringbridge.org/visit/jacobmurphy/journal

Mary jo halka
Mary jo Halka
Good to hear you like your nurses, they can make all the difference in your treatment, I have met the best nurses in the world when I end up in the hospital, I always send a thank you card because they are the best and make my stay much more comfortable and not so scarey, I am so happy you have come to know them, and them you, they are taking your journey with you, enjoy your relaxation time all of you, I will see you on the 17th. All my prayers and love to all of you. God Bless & love you bunches, Mary Jo
kathy weimer
kathy weimer
Hi Tori, Just want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin this new treatment and your journey towards remission and wellness. As you know, you are in an amazing facility at the James. They will take great care of you! You probably get tired of people telling you stories of others that have Hodgkin's Lymphoma, but I would like to tell you one more! My nephew's wife was diagnosed during her freshman year at Akron. She and Mike had been dating just a year or so. She had her treatment and stem cell transplant at Cleveland Clinic. She was able to return to college and slowing began taking classes. She and Mike were married 6 years ago, about 6 years after her diagnoses. She is a teacher, track coach and is finishing her Master Degree. She was also she wouldn't be able to have children and 6 months after adopting a beautiful baby girl, found out she was pregnant and now is the mother of 2 little girls. To me, this all seemed to happen in a flash, to Julie, it was a long haul but so rewarding in the end. So I guess the message is "Hang in there sweetie!" You are an amazing young woman with a lot of promise for a bright future. Keep your faith. Sounds like you have a wonderful family and I know you have awesome friends. Good luck! Kathy Weimer
LIMDA MATHIAS
Linda Mathias
Terry Bradfield
Terry Bradfield
What an amazing and strong young woman you are Tori. I speak of you often to others and how you carry yourself through all of this stuff. It is all praise and amazement. Keep your chin up as I know you will. Cari, you and all of your family have and show great strength through it all. I pray every day for you Tori and your family. May God Bless all of you.