Wishing you all

gabby_49December 30, 2005

A Very Happy New Year!!!!!! Thanks to all of the friends who stood by me and shared what to do in my last years ,stress related caregiving. It wasn't as bad as Ithought now that I have conquered it and doen my best ,along with all of the people who helped me through it. I love all of you dearly and wish I knew you in person. I depended on you guys alot and thank you so much for sharing stories and suggestions and pulling me through. So appreciated.I hope the ones who are still cargiving find what the understanding ,and caring I did on here when I much needed it the most. What a wonderful site, that is why I still come back and se ya'll. May the others find answers, strenght and endurance through their cargiving and feel that they can turn here and get a HUG when needed, and a little compassion. Thanks again, ya'll were great....HUGS Gabby

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Gabby, Wishing you a Happy New Year full of blessings and you have said it so well. God Bless each of you for your love and support on my journey with my Dear Sweet Mom....we miss her so very much. Nora

    Bookmark   December 30, 2005 at 9:42PM
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And may the New Year be a year where the roads become smoother. You have all had such dreadful times lately. Let's all count our blessings and look forward to a better year for our loved ones.

    Bookmark   December 31, 2005 at 10:09AM
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Dear Gabby and Everyone Else. I would also like to wish you all a Happy New Year and also to thank you all for your friendship! Also can you start up Gabby's ChitChat again, i tried but you're the one who does it best!!!!! debbie ps can you believe it's raining right now and is 33 out!! -- that in itself is a blessing!!!!

    Bookmark   January 3, 2006 at 7:15PM
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