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  1. What a courageous girl Ana is. I hope things go well for you. Being prepared is very important no matter what the emergency. Good luck with the transplant. I hope everything goes well.

  2. Jackie,

    Your blog is SO informative to everyone!!! Thank you so much for continuing on with it. Never having gone through anything like this before, one would never consider all of the ‘must do’s’ in order to get your home ready for when Ana comes home. WOW- there is a lot involved and I am so happy for you that because of the money raised so far, that you are able to take care of the necessities. I for one, feel like I did a little something to help, when feeling HELPLESS from here in Florida.

    It’s also terrific to see Ana smiling and enjoying time with her classmates on a skating field trip! These events (that most of us take for granted) will fuel her tank to vault her through the ‘not so easy’ times… I am sure of it. 🙂

    ~Lynn

  3. I’m glad Ana got to go on the trip, and I’m glad you were able to work out something with the cats. They’ll be fine down there..By the way..for the future..they are building an ice skating rink right around the corner from us..where the swim club was …:)

  4. Hi Jackie, Ana, Emily, and Jim,

    I hope you are taking the weekend to do something fun…really fun. It seems like the skating trip was a great thing and why not have more of a great thing? Carpe Diem!

    xomichelle

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