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« Derek Miller's Posthumous Post | Main | We Can't Grieve What We Can't Know »

May 27, 2011

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Roz

Mazel tov on all the happy events this year! Upon my diagnosis, now over four years ago, my greatest sadness was the thought of never seeing my son's wedding, becoming a father, etc. It still hasn't happened, but I enjoy every minute with him all the more.

Jan Hasak

Congratulations on being able to witness all these milestones. You have a beautiful family!

I know I was thrilled when my youngest son received his high school diploma two years ago and my middle son received his college sheepskin a year ago.
I think we are more appreciative of and find more meaning in these momentous celebrations when we have been through a cancer diagnosis and come out the other side.

Thanks for your insights.
Jan

Wendy S. Harpham, MD

For sure, I never take tomorrow for granted.

So when tomorrow becomes today, it is always a blessing in my life.

With joy and hope, Wendy

Donna M

Movel Tov on the privilege of celebrating these milestones in your familiy's life with people you love, all the while savoring the moments. May God bless you and keep you so fortunate.

Debbie

What a beautiful family! I know you are so proud and are "really there" in each moment you share in your family's achievements and milestones. You have taught us through your words and actions how to look forward and continue living as Derek Miller advised. It is no surprise to me that you are able to enjoy the intensity of the ordinary moments.

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