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This honestly could not have come at a better time.
I can’t wait for Amber to wake up and see this, she’ll be so excited!
héllo yés í ám spéákíng frénch
*Bonjour. *Oui, *je *suis *parler *français
ok congratulations u missed the joke good job
Not to mention that’s not even the right correction XD
These last few days have been like a bad dream. It just doesn’t feel real. Even watching her with all those tubes and all those machines around her. It does not and can not feel real.
Thursday was without a doubt the worst night of my life. Hearing that they didn’t know if she was gonna be making it through the night. Because I can’t live without her, and not being there with her. And not having been by her side thus far.
She’s been stable but still intubated and kept in a drug induced coma since Friday morning. She’s got cancer. The rarest type of lymphoma there is out there, and an aggressive one at that. But it’s highly treatable, with 98% survival rate, and she’s so strong and brave and stubborn that we just know she’ll beat it.
I’m just waiting for her to be awake right now. That’s all I want - for them to say yes, she’ll be able to breathe on her own, so we can take out that tube and let her wake up. And then I can let her know I’m there, and not going anywhere for as long as she’s fighting this.
So, my wife is in critical care at the hospital
She’s been feeling like shit for a while now. Coughing a lot, sore/swollen throat, achy muscles. She went to the doctor a couple of weeks ago and got told it was probably allergies. She’s been taken allergy medicine and cough medicine and is still feeling badly
Now they took her to the ER today and they put her in a critical care room
I don’t think I’ve ever been this scared in my entire life, and I’m hundreds of miles away, and I feel useless
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