Because nothing is ever easy

Today we’re back to not knowing what’s wrong with my brother-in-law. It can’t be the infectious thing they were hoping it was, there are other alternatives, some of them are not too bad and some are.

But now we don’t know again.

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5 comments… add one
  • Jessica Taylor Oct 1, 2002 @ 1:18

    Hey Holly,
    my future-mother-in-law is in the hospital right now, being treated for an inoperable, rare and maligne tumor in her brain. They’ve started the chemo therapy and she is doing fine so far. She has the love of her family and the determination to get through this.
    We’ve been through the waiting and hoping period only to discover: even if it’s bad – there is still hope.
    My prayers are with you and your family.

  • Rob Sep 30, 2002 @ 20:56

    Still thinking about you, Holly. Hang in there.

  • Jinx Sep 30, 2002 @ 20:37

    I’m hoping for the best news. Hang in there, Holly.

  • marquito Sep 30, 2002 @ 19:26

    Thinking of you and your family and hoping for the best.

  • Joel Sep 30, 2002 @ 15:45

    Medicine, as the saying goes, is as much art as science. Mortality reminds one that we’re still have a lot to learn about our universe.

    Prayers to your brother-n-law(?), you significant other(SO), and to everyone.

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