Saturday, December 20, 2008

Hannah Garman

Although I am not doing Christmas cards this year (time constraints, postage, lack family picture, etc) I will most likely make an exception for Hannah Garman.
Please check this out on snopes. (Cut & paste) It was sent to me in an email. A five year old girl dying from a brain tumor is asking for Christmas cards this year. She has a caringbridge website.

Yes, I am on chemo as of last night. I was speaking with a friend who asked how I was doing this morning and my response was "It feels like I have lead in my legs. Someone most likely gave me an exhaustion pill. I am thankful to be alive, though. "

Have a good one.


Anonymous said...

Glad you can be an encouragement to Hannah,'s right up your alley to be that to a LOT of people...more than you realize. Your story, your journey, your faith, your honesty, your integrity...the whole picture. Loved running into Dave and Carter at WalMart. I'd lost my fam...and then I found YOURS! But I still hadn't found mine...eventually I did, though, and Mike and the kids had run into your two b4 my arrival! Ha! Thinking of you this day! Hugs! Thanks for the good laughs, company, and sharing salsa, pesto, and south-o-the-border eats w/ the gals and I the other night! I need to get the pics to fact, I think I'll do that right now! L Jo

Anonymous said...

Praying that you will fly, leap, bounce, jump, walk...with energy and not lead in your legs.

Praying for solid sleep.

Love & Hugs,
Sue :)

Anonymous said...

Prayers for more energy and a Merry Christmas! Love,
Tom, April and Marybeth Curtis

Sandy@ Jesus and Dark Chocolate said...

I have been reading your blog on occasion, but I don't think I have left a comment before. I thought I would let you know that Hannah Garman and her family are a dear christian family. Her older sisters attend one of our local christian schools. I thought as you pray for this sweet girl you would want to know they are a christian family......and they have been through a great deal the last several years, but continue to honor God with their lives and their public statements in the local papers.

Have a good "chemo week" if that is possible,and may God grant you a special Christmas with your cute boys!