26.04.1952 - 29.09.2008
Hello Jan !
Happy Birthday. I wish you much strength and strong will, but also a lot of sunshine for the coming year.
Since I am currently working very much, I can not so often in front of the PC spend as I like. Also in the FT, I sometimes only very briefly over to the "current" (German proverb).
In my thoughts I am often the case with Gov.
So Jan, think and fight. Your German friend
Hope you have a nice one without too much discomfort
We all wish you well and missing you in the chats
i wish you a happy birthday.
i hope you can enjoy it a bit.
we are all thinking of you.
blessings from holland.
Happy Birthday Jan,
Blessings from Glastonbury my best wishes and lot's of healing from angel's of healing.
Best wishes with your birthday.
Hope you have a nice day, at least as good as possible seen the circumstances.
Thinking of you,
I wish you all the best on your birthday and I hope that you are able
to enjoy it a little bit.
I know you bought yourself a very nice present.
Have a fine day XXXXXXXXXXX
Hi Jan, Just stopping by to let you know I have been thinking of you.
Just popping in to say hi and give you ((hugs)))))
Hi Jan, just here to check in with you and see how you've been doing. I know you get a lot of well wishers and i hope you know how much we all do care, even if we don't stop by every day. Tinrem has been doing a great job, just keeping everyone informed and providing the link for us to say hello.
I hope you're feeling better and I know each day is one more day you can be thankful for. We may be thousands of miles apart, but we can still poke our heads in the window and just say how's it going.
God bless and keep you and provide that measure of strength you need for each and every day.
Great website. tramadol
My dear Jan ........ FOR YOU
A while back, I read a very interesting book that compared life to a train ride or a series
of train rides.
Life is like a train ride, it read.We get on.We ride.We get off.We get back on a ride some
There are accidents and there are delays.At certain stops there are surprises.Some of
these will translate into great moments of joy, some will result in profound sorrow.
When we were born and we first board the train, we meet people whom we think will be with us
for the entire journey.Those people are our parents.
Sadly, this is far from the truth. Our parents are with us for as long as we absolutely need
them.They too have journeys they must complete.We live on with the memories of their love,
affection, friendship, guidance and their ever presence.
There are others who board the train and who eventually become very important to us, in
turn.These people are our brothers, sisters, friends and acquaintances, whom we will learn to
love and cherish.
Some people consider their journey like a jaunty tour.They will just go merrily along.
Others, will encounter many upsets, tears, losses on their journey.
Others still, will linger on to offer a helping hand to anyone in need.
Some people on the train will leave an everlasting impression when they get off...
Some will get on and get off the train so quickly, they will scarcely leave a sign that they
ever travelled along with you or ever crossed your path...
We will sometimes be upset that some passengers whom we love, will choose to sit in another
compartment and leave us to travel on our own.
Then again, there's nothing that says we can't seek them out anyway.
Nevertheless, once sought out and found, we may not even be able to sit next to them because
that seat will be already be taken.
We must constantly strive to understand our travel companions and look for the best in
Remember that at any moment during our journey, any one of our travel companions can have a
weak moment and be in need of our help.
We also may vacillate or hesitate, even trip... hopefully we can count on someone beign
there to be supportive and understanding...
The bigger mystery of our journey is that we don't know when our last stop will come.
Neither do we know when our travel companions will make their last stop. Not even those
sitting in the seat next to us.
Personally, I know I'll be sad to make my final stop... I'm sure of it!!.
My separation from all those friends and acquaintances I made during the train ride will be
painful.Leaving all those I'm close to will be a sad thing.But then again, I'm certain that
one day I'll get to the main station only to meet up with everyone else.They all be carrying
their baggage....most of which they didn't have when they first got on this train.
I will be glad to meet them again.I'll also be glad to have contributed to their baggage...
and to have enriched their lives, just as much as they will have contributed to my baggage
and enriched my life.
We are all on this train ride together.Above all, we should all try to strive to make the
ride as pleasant and memorable as we can, right up until we each make the final stop and
leave the train for the last time...
Claudia ( Sweetwinds)
Thank you for the lovely email.
Always thinking of you
Hi Jan. Just checking back in with you to see how you're feeling. It's always good to see your spirits are up and Jonathan has been doing a great job keeping everyone informed as to where they can leave little messages of cheer.
Glad to hear you are home and are having abreak from the Chemo.....I watched my sister so i know how it drains you. My thoughts and prayers are with you
(((hugs)))) S haz
Thinking of you.. You hang in there. Our thoughts and prayers are always with you...
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