5.11.2007

Be thankful for the time you have....

What am I thankful for?!
....the power of love and family....

5 comments:

Lisa said...

Hi Tracy,

This is Lisa (Kamprath) Lintt. I got your blog page from the seward high alumni web site. I just want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers! Stay strong and enjoy every minute! I will be sure to check in to your web page often. You are a great writer! I have enjoyed reading your blogs!
God bless you and your family!
Lisa Lintt

Crystal said...

Hi, Tracy! It's Crystal Brown. I saw you at the Relay in Lincoln last year...you looked great. I'll be there again this year as well.
Kim (Bahde) Babcock sent me your blog page. I read through a lot of it and am impressed with the fact that you always find something to be thankful for. In tough times like you're going through I'm sure it's hard to do that. You'll be in my prayers and I look forward to reading more. Breast cancer is a cause close to my heart, and is in the forefront of my mind in May as Pampered Chef does the Help Whip Cancer campaign. We just did a PC fundraiser for one of our managers here at work who was diagnosed last year, who is around our age as well. My grandma, aunt, and former executive director w/ PC also fought this disease. I wish you the best with your treatments!!!

Anonymous said...

Tracy,
I have just got on your blog from the Seward Alumni page. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will keep up with your blog now that I have the site.

Kim Sheehan (Scheel)

Anonymous said...

Happy Mommy's Day!
Suzi

Anonymous said...

Tracy,
You have impacted so many lives in your journey and battle, and we may never really understand the lives that you have impacted with your desire, story, and smile. However, from reading your blog, or talking with you we all know that you have definitely impacted the lives of many. Of course we know that you have had many special moments with your family and friends that only survivors and care givers such as you and your family can understand. Tomorrow when you tell your story those of us who know you will be able to share with those accross the country who hear your story, because they as we have will be touched.

God does not present things we cannot handle, and even when it seems like we will not be able to do so we amaze ourselves as well as our family and friends. You are definitely Lincoln, NE's Hero of Hope!!!!!!

Eric