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Clementine

Our Little Peanut

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Jen,

Thanks for posting this update. I know how hard it was for you, but you knew how much Peanut is loved.

 

Lots and lots of positives thoughts being sent your way Peanut. You're a fighter and so very much admired.

 

Lots of love and hugs to you and your family,

Janey


Janey Willis

ISN Support Specialist

(Retired) ISN Assistant Webmaster

(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Hi Everyone,

 

Besides Peanut being in the Chicago Hospital for SCT, there was also a lady from Arizona, too, going through the process before Peanut. Has anyone heard from her? I know she didn't post that often. Will keep both in my thoughts.

 

Take care, Everyone.

Margaret

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Sending warn and loving wishes your way sweetie!

 

Lots of love

Barbara xxx

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Peanut,

Warm wishes for a speedy recovery and return home. Regards, Gidget

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Peanut, by now I hope all things are well I will be thinking of you and swending great thoughts your way. Jen thanks for letting us know. Please keep us updated. Sam


Sam

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Margaret - My friend from Sacramento, CA was before Peanut and she is home and doing pretty well. She said her hands and feet were getting softer, her lungs are better (although she still has a flu-like feeling in her chest) and she gets tired very easily. All in all, she is feeling so much better. I, too, send Peanut good thoughts and gentle hugs! -Ann

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Peanut,

 

The recovery following the transplant can be really difficult. I was a guest in ICU for awhile, as well, following my transplant. I know, however, that you will come through in the end and feel a whole lot better when this is all over. I am sending a bunch of healing wishes your way. You are in very good hands there. Let us know how you are doing when you are up to it. In the meantime, get lots of rest!

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Lots of love from me too!!

 

I'm sending you warm thoughts while I look at your artwork.

 

Kim

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Hi Peanut,

 

I found your website because of somebody else's posting. You have a beautiful site - and beautiful artwork. I'm still sending you lots of healing energy.

 

Cheri

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The link to Peanut's site (Lisa Volz) is:

http://www.hopeandheart.org/

 

Look in the Update section, where you can also add messages for her. However there is a link to this thread in her update section, so posting a message here for her works, also.


Warm Hugs,

 

Shelley Ensz

Founder and President

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

Hotline and Donations: 1-800-564-7099

 

The most important thing in the world to know about scleroderma is sclero.org.

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Hey Peanut! We are missing you a lot! I'm sorry you are struggling, but I know you will soon be feeling lots better. We will be waiting to hear from you. I'm sending healing thoughts your way.

 

Mary in Texas

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Take your time, rest and get your strength back.

We are all thinking about you!


Oddone - Spouse - 38 yr old Husband diagnosed October 2006, Diffuse Systemic Scleroderma

Normal PFT(July 06), ECG(Nov/06)

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Peanut, I hope you are doing better now! You have been in my thoughts!

Sadie

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Hi Peanut, I’m so sorry to hear that you are in the ICU. You are in my thoughts, you will get through this.

 

Much love, Alice

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Dear Peanut,

 

sending warm, healing thoughts your way!!

 

Big hugs,

Irene

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Thanks to Tang starting this thread, I found out you had your stem cell transplant already. I'm so glad that part is over for you.

 

May you have a good recovery and get the much needed rest.

 

We really miss you, but can wait as you recouperate, peanut.

 

Soft Hugs,

Susie


Special Hugs,

 

Susie Kraft

ISN Support Specialist

ISN Chat Host

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Hang in there Peanut, this really is the hardest part. I remember waiting desperately every morning for the nurse to come in with my blood results and the desperate disappointment I felt every time my white blood cell count was still too low (lazy white blood cells, I thought!). And then came the magical day when two nurses came running in together, both dying to be the one to tell me it had jumped up and I could go home in a couple of days. I'm tearing up just thinking about it!

 

You'll get there!


Diagnosed diffuse systemic scleroderma December 2005 (on my 30th birthday, as if turning 30 wasn't enough?!)

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