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Jen

Oh man, I'm sorry.

mariah

Real life is always far more important than relevant posts. Best wishes for a speedy recovery and health to your sister in law. ...and I can't imagine you being in the way. We've never met, but I have a feeling you are among the people I'd want nearby in a crisis.

Cheryl

Prayers are with you for all the good and not-so-good events.

Nicole

My thoughts are with your family. I hope your sister-in-law is getting the care she needs to recover quickly and with as little pain as possible.

Brandy

Thinking of you and your family, most especially your Sister in Law.

Stacey B.

But the posts will be relevant because life has a way of changing up things. Prayers for all.

Ten days ago I bought 8 gallons of paint to paint various rooms in teh house before Christmas. Then a child broke her arm, all seven children got sick with sore throats, night of fever and night terrors for one, and then last night I spent a few hours in the ER with DH who was in a car accident (told "milliseconds" from having a much different outcome). So I am very thankful this Thanksgiving.

Praying that the togetherness with your SIL will bring added peace to the stressful situation.

kyooty

Hugs and many prayers for your SIL and your family.

Nicki

Oh man. I will keep you all in my thoughts.

LisaK

Keeping your family in my thoughts.

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