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Sunday, June 6, 2010

A Prayer for my Aunt Reba.


My dear aunt, who lives in  Junction City, Oregon, near Eugene, sent me this beautiful postcard . She is going through Chemotherapy twice a month for 6 months. and I would like everyone out there to say a little prayer for her today. She is a wonderful person and doesn't complain about her circumstances, but those of us who have gone through Chemo know how it wears you down and makes you so very tired. Please think about her today and think good thoughts for her.

Dear Aunt Reba,
please remember to rest often, let others help you and always... ".. walk hand in hand with nature and draw upon it's energy, which is never-ending and as constant as the stars."


Click on the postcard to read the "Walk on the Beach.." by Peter Dueber
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6 comments:

  1. Amen and Blessing to your Aunt for a full recovery and the strength of body and spirit she needs to fight this battle..;p

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  2. Prayers and healing thoughts are going out to your Aunt Reba... And to you too of course!
    It's not an easy thing to go through, but having a loving family on your side can make such a difference... so Bless you too, my friend!

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  3. I will certainly remember your Aunt Reba in pray. My thoughts go out to her also. Madeline

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  4. I just saw my friend last night, Lisa, she is showing signs of the chemo, but her will to survive showed through her sense of humor and determination to show us all she loved us...

    I will keep your aunt in my thoughts :)

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  5. Sending good thoughts and prayers to your aunt for her support during treatment, and also to you and her whole family as helpers.

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  6. Connie, I'm sending warm thoughts and lots of love to your aunt! Best of luck, big hug, Riki

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