Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by TinyDancer109, Dec 6, 2010.
My very deepest condolences, WW
So sorry for your loss, WW. Hope you take some time for you this week.
For those of you who know TanyaTheDancer from this board or have met her at comps:
Her husband passed away suddenly this past Sunday. He leaves behind Tanya and a teenage son. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
so sorry to hear this
my condolences to ww as well
oh dear...so sorry to hear. my condolences to her & her family...
How devastating! I am so sorry to hear that.
Oh myyy, I'm so sorry TTD, we met at OSB this year during rounds. My deepest condolences for this sudden loss. Thoughts and Prayers, hugs.
Very devastating, I can't imagine how hard this must be for her...
SO sorry to hear that kckc. thoughts are absolutely with them
Thinking of you, WW. And Tanya, she will need all the prayers and positive thoughts we can offer.
All thoughts and prayers go out to Tanya and family.
My heart goes out to Tanya and her family.
So sorry to hear of this, TTD. My deepest sympathy.
The news about Tanya's husband reminded me about other curveballs that life has thrown recently, so I thought I'd give a quick update on my co-worker.
He's been able to go home between the hospital stays for his chemotherapy sessions ... he's home about two weeks of every three. Once the tumor on his spine began to shrink he regained full use of his legs. He's been telecommuting when he feels up to it (under strict orders to do only what he feels like doing ... no pressure to do anything that interferes with his recovery) ... there's a lot of work he can do with his computer and internet connection. He has a few more months of chemo, but is making excellent progress, with relatively few side effects.
My supervisor is fine ... the fainting spell was just a fluke related to his low blood pressure and the off-kilter aspects of that day. It didn't happen without warning ... he felt woozy and decided he needed to sit down for a while and hydrate, so he and his daughter were in line at a cafe when he keeled over ... holiday crowds meant all seats were occupied ... he says next time he will just sit on the ground rather than tough it out.
We've hired a new engineer who will start before the end of the month.
My deepest sympathies to Tanya and family.
Hugs to Tanya and her family. I am so sorry to hear this news.
*hugs* WW, and TTD.
I reported insomnia issues earlier; sleeping much better now. Consider that a big plus.
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