truman

Silly, But I'm Elated

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I know it sounds silly, but I'm elated. My younger son stopped over for a surprise visit today and it went so well. It was like the old times. We covered topics we usually relate to and it didn't feel stilted at all (at least I didn't feel it). He was so sweet and I got the feeling things may be okay again. I sent him home with stuffed chicken breasts and got a large hug :lol: .

 

I hope we're getting back on track again, because I so do miss my sons.


Tru

 

It is what it is...........

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Tru, that's is such great news! I'm so happy to see that things are moving in a positive direction with your son. And a surprise visit at that! Heres to more visits and lots of hugs!!!

 

Karen

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I am absolutely elated for you! I really hope and hope that this is the start of a new beginning! I know how important this would be for you and how good it would be for him to have you in his life.

 

Warm hugs,

 

Peggy

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Oh Tru, That's th best news I've heard in a while!!!! Good for you and good for Ryan. Now.... for the next son.......There's always hope!

 

Sherion

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Sherion:

 

Actually that was the next son, that was Dane. I hope all continues on the upswing. I do miss them so.

 

Linda


Tru

 

It is what it is...........

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OOOOOps...my faux pas :P ... I HADN'T seen this thread after all!

 

I will say as I did on the "other thread"...this is GREAT NEWS! I'm really happy for you too, Linda!

 

It's amazing how much better we feel when we feel we've connected with our kids!

 

HUGS to you!

Susie


Special Hugs,

 

Susie Kraft

ISN Support Specialist

ISN Chat Host

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Tru,

So sorry for the mistake. I just assumed that since it was Ryan that informed us of your hospitalization that he was the one to visit you. Hope still goes to you for a full reconcialiation with them both.

 

Sherion

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Tru,

I know just how you feel as I mentioned before one of my sons walked out when I got sick thinking I was just lazy and ruining his life. He moved to his Dad's 4 hours away. When I landed in the hospital so sick my husband called him and at that point we were touch and go - he wanted to come see me but my husband said no not yet he did not want me upset, anyways I got out a few day's before mothers day and my husband told him he could come home for mother's day. It was great and since then we have been building a relationship again. I had to put the hurt away and somehow I did. So I know how it feels, it feels like thing are right again!


Lucy

Diffused Scleroderma

Diagnosed Dec/06

First Sympton Nov/05

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