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I've never posted in your comments, but I've followed your blog for a few months now since I discovered sea pictures you posted awhile back.
Just know that there are prayers for your complete return to health being said way up north this minute.


t-l, you are in my prayers and thoughts.


Oh Terry, I don't even know what to say. I hope you get good news from the oncologist -- and that this will indeed be a HAPPY new year for you and Liam. {{hugs}}


I am so sorry. Sorry that this is happening to you, sorry that you found out the way you did. I can't imagine how you must feel, but know that if I lived closer, I would do whatever I could to help you through it. I pray for strength and endurance for you, please remember you're in my prayers, too.


Lisa V

Oh my god. Terrilyn. I am so, so sorry. How terrifying. I am praying and will think of you often. I sincerely wish there was something I could do. I feel powerless in this comment box. I am thinking of you and your sweet boy.


Terrilynn, I'm so so very sorry. I'm sure you have a million different things to wrap your mind around right now.

Please let me know if there's ANYTHING I can do while you're in Chapel Hill. Lunch, a cup of good coffee brought over from the local coffee shop, anything. I'd be honored to oblige.


Adding my voice to the chorus of prayers, of course.

And - I have to imagine that there's a horde of people here 'in the computer' who'd like to help in some tangible way. I also know that it's often hard for you to lean. Do us all a favor and ask us for help/lean a little, please? We all love you and want to add ourselves to your support team...


Oh, Terrilynn. Found out about ths from Lisa V. What a ghastly situation to wake up in the middle of. I will pray for you long and hard.


This is the first time I've left a comment and I want you to know you are in my prayers and I'm so glad you have family and friends to help you through this... stay strong.


Terrilynn, I am feeling as though something knocked the wind right out of me. I am so sorry that you have to go through this, but I have no doubt that you will fight your best to be rid of it and you have many friends here who will help. You go on my prayer list right now and will stay there as long as you need support. God be with you in the coming months; please keep us apprised of your progress.


I will have you in my prayers



I had no idea. I just bopped on over from the comment you left at my site, and I'm speechless.

If anecdotes are of any, any consolation, my mom had colon cancer when my son was a baby. I don't think I ever heard a stage number, but it was through the wall of the colon and into the lymph nodes.

She got better, and God willing, will be at my son's high school graduation in May.


Thanks for sharing this, Terrilynn. My heart and my prayers are with you and Liam and I hope you'll keep us posted when you can.



Keep us posted as to your progress and we'll keep you supplied with as many prayers as you can hold. We're thinking of you and hoping for the absolute best.

-- Kerri.


You'll be in my thoughts, as I hope for your quick recovery. Best wishes.


Good Lord! You are in my thoughts and prayers, Terrilyn. I'm sending you hugs from afar.

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Baby girl, I'm so glad you posted this. And I'm so sorry I've been away these past several days. And I'm so glad you have a date. And I'm so glad it's Chapel Hill. And will be so delighted beyond measure if you will let me know when/how to come see you, hold your hand, hug your neck, check out your doc, etc. and so on.

Just whistle, baby.

I love you!


I'm so sorry to hear about your diagnosis. I'll be keeping you and Liam in my thoughts and I'm sending all kinds of healthy vibes your way. As Kerri said, please keep us posted as to how you're doing.

Huge hugs to you and your son.


Wishing you a new year that ends with healing.

Coming from Catherine's blog.


I came over from The Fountain Pen and have been blown away by your story. The life we live, the body we have been given to live it in is really so fragile and so often I take that for granted. I am so sorry you had to go through and are still on this scary and uncertain journey. Know that the Circle of Friends extends to me and I will keep you in my prayers. As a childhood cancer suvivor I have always believed in the power of the postitive and the healing power of love. May you be surrounded by both and blessed with prayers.

alice, uptown

I am, like everyone else, incredibly sorry. (I came here via The Fountain Pen.) I wish I had more comforting words, or that cyberspace offered other means of connection, but words are all I have to give. Take care, let anyone help you when you can tolerate it, be brave (or not) as you feel, and I wish you all the best.


Delurking to say... I'm so very sorry to hear this. You and your beautiful boy will be in my thoughts and hopes.

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