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October 09, 2010



I know to the very core of my being that you will be stronger, wisher and even more faith-filled after the things you are going through now are over.

Hang in there, Babe. This too shall pass.

Love, Mom

Chrissy Witt

it's sad that it takes something serious to find out that a "friend" isn't really a friend and not just that they won't be there, but really could care less! It stinks! But on the other hand, when that friend steps up to the plate and is there, really there for you....the friendship grows stronger. Truth is, for me anyway, sometimes the friend that steps in, is the one I least expect! Hang in there!
BTW, I love how you wrote this, I think it's perfectly written!


Hi, Jenny. This touched me when I read it last night. I just didn't know what to say in response to it. It is very well written. I think I most related to the mental image of people standing on shore, criticizing the way you are treading water. But I know that you have a very supportive family and some friends that have proven their love and loyalty. It's a hard time for you right now, but you are blessed in many ways. Try to focus on those things.

"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things." (Philippians 4:8)


Hi-I want you to know that you are constantly in my thoughts and prayers. I am with your mother, I know this too shall pass and if anyone I know will come out stronger and better it's you. Please, please let me know what I can do to help. The only thing I know to do is call and leave you your weekly voicemails to let you know I'm thinking of you. Please come visit me this weekend downtown. Love Buddah

Dave (cimba7200)

Hi Jenny. I read all of your blogs on this page for the first time. I like your sense of humour, and your blog subjects. Well done! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting today - Dave

Rock Chef

So true. Seeing who comes in your time of need and who is busy elsewhere is a big eye opener. For us, we found that some who lived within spitting distance were nowhere to be seen, while others travelled the length of the country to be there...


Great post...and too true, it's unfortunate to find out who are you friends at such times and sometimes the least likely end up being life-lines.

Ethan Rehman

True friends are those who would dive in a lava pit with you to look for a ring (I know it's a hyperbole, but you get it). He or she would go through any hardship just to make sure that you make it through. If you get into an accident, they'll come to your aid or call for help ASAP.

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