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Monday, August 27, 2012


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I don't know you, and honestly I'm not sure how I discovered your blog, but we have alot in common. I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last year at age 35. Initial treatment didn't work and so I continue with treatment, but there will be no cure for me. Just stability. Hopefully, for a long time. Just wanted to stop by and say I'll be following along, and that I can relate. You aren't alone, although I can tell that you already know that.

Chelsa and family, I am not sure I have the "right" words. I will pray for you to win this battle, find the strength to fight when you are feeling weak and to find comfort in the support and love that surrounds you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Oh Chelsa... I am so sorry! I will pray for you and your family daily. You are such a sweet person.

I read this early this morning and I can't stop thinking about it, about you...I can't sleep. We met last year and spoke at length about your previous battle and we shared our stories of how cancer had scarred our lives. I have faith in God and I know that we don't understand why awful things happen to good people. What I do know is that you must still have faith.
There are no words at this moment for how deeply saddened I am about this news.
-Christine Donovan

Chelsa & family, you have an army of support behind you, praying for you and lifting you up. Please let me know if there's anything I can do. We are always here for your at Cancer Services, as well.

know that you have a south carolina girl praying for you. i hope you know the impact of your sincerity, grace & kindness. you exude love & joy. i am so thankful to know you.

my prayer is that you can rest in the strength of others when you have no strength left. that your overflow of joy will come back to you tenfold. that you have an overwhelming & constant sense of peace & love. that you hold strong to hope, move forward in courage, become the anomaly & come out smiling.

all my love & prayers -
ashley lindler

Matthew 11:28-29
Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.

Chelsa, you can do this you have all of us behind you. You know if you just need to yell or vent you can always call. If you need me I will be there, I am only a few hours away. You know we love you.

Oh Chelsa, I don't know what to say. You are so precious to me and to so many. I promise to be your silent prayer in the middle of the night and the keeper of hope for you. You can do this. You are incredible. I love you, Traci.

For the past two weeks you have been on my heart and in my prayers. God tells me Philippians 4:13. You can do this...You are not alone.... you have your friends, and you have Christ, who gives you strength.

Oh, sweet Chelsa. This post leaves me without words, but a deep feeling of, Yes you CAN handle this. You are surrounded by so much love and support and those days when you feel like you can't take anymore, we will all be there. You are so loved and so needed. Hold your head up high and keep on fighting. XOXOX

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