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So This is Christmas Posted Dec 20, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

Here is Ana singing the lead to Happy Christmas (War is Over) from yesterday’s Christmas show at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock. It was such

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Brain Freeze Posted Dec 16, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

If I’ve learned anything in the last week, it’s that I’m not cut out to be a genie or a fairy godmother. Granting wishes is

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Wishes Happening Posted Dec 13, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

This is a quick update to point everyone to a new page I created on the blog for the purpose of keeping you up to

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Wishes and more wishes Posted Dec 11, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

I finally coaxed some concrete wishes out of Ana. Some of them I’ve already mentioned, but here’s a full list garnered basically from things I’ve

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Unglued, Undone, Unraveled Posted Dec 10, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

I’m trying to keep it together, I really am. But it’s like I can feel the molecules in my body vibrating under the constant stress

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A Glimmer of Hope Posted Dec 09, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

Jim and I spoke with Dr. Yamashiro yesterday and he seemed pretty optimistic that chemotherapy could work to slow and even stop Ana’s disease progression.

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Gratitude Posted Dec 08, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

The last couple have days have been an amazing whirlwind of people reaching out through the blog, phone, email and Facebook. Thank you so much

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What’s Next Posted Dec 06, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

    Yesterday, after months of stability and good news, the bad news we’ve been dreading finally came. Ana’s CT scan showed that some of

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Insurance Update Posted Dec 02, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

I want to post an update on the latest health insurance clusterfuckery that’s preventing me from switching my girls from BC/BS to a different carrier

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My Letter to the New York Times Posted Dec 01, 2014 By Jackie Dooley

Since November 16th, when the New York Health Exchange opened its cyber doors for open enrollment, I have been on a seemingly futile quest to

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