ahhh sweetie, what am I gonna do with you........my guardian angel!!This is how we take care of one of our own......(also why we didnt make it to the fest. Maybe next year!
Thank you Vette Doctors & Everyone!! Why I couldn't be there today..... - Corvette Forum
Thanks Don, I hope I can retain the title of Alpha Female when this is over - haven't been acting like such a tough chick latelyDebbie is a fighter, and she will beat this disease.:yeadog:
Nice to hear how Carmen, et al came thru. :cheers:
Mikey, my original corvette family was born here and I always think about you guys and how you all welcomed me when I showed up in Kentucky all by myself. I am determined to drag Barry to one of these so he can finally meet all of you (well he's met you I believe in Carlisle) too. Thank you!!Wow! This is shocking! My prayers for you Deb! May you be blest and be well.
Your friend Mike
Billy, you have my sincere condolences - words can't even express. I have an 11 year old boy and as a parent, I can not even imagine. Thank you for sharing this and you have my deepest sympathy and prayers to get you through.Deb,
I have never met you, but it is evident that You are a strong and Loving person. I pray that God takes care of you and I will be one of your prayer warriors!
I lost my 21 year old daughter on Sept. 1 and have recieved amazing support as well through all of my vette friends! Amazing people here.
I am so sorry for your loss also. I hate this disease and I hate that it has the power to do this to people. I'm not going down without a fight......believe that. And yes, the chemo really sucks!Prayers are being sent your way Deb. I lost my wife to cancer a year and 1/2 ago, so I know what you are going through with the chemo - it sucks. Hang tough.
Thanks Jimbo, I think of you all very often and I wish the group that took me in like their daughter were all closer.All of your friends here are pullin' for ya Deb! :yeadog: Hang tough, best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery!
John, you know I miss you most! I won't ever forget sitting on the curb at the fest and talking......it was like we'd been friends for years.Deb, I haven't heard from you in a while so I almost forgot what you are going through. I'm so sorry to hear about the progression. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
It's restores my confidence in humanity when I hear of the things that people have done for you, going above and beyond to bring a little slice of happiness in a hour of darkness. God bless them!
Thanks Norm - you've always been a good friend to me.Deb,
My thoughts and prayer are with you. Please get better soon.
Thanks buddy!God Bless!
Hi Don, thank you for posting on both forums - I visit them both equally, just don't post as much as I used to. I appreciate the thoughts and prayers!Hey Deb,
Responded in both places. Not sure which one you are on most often. Prayers sent for a speedy and full recovery. You are in our thoughts. Don
Thank you so much!So sorry to hear this.You seem like a strong person so i know you will beat this!!
Stay positive.YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS, GOD BLESS.
Mark,Deb, we shared time at the Fest, and at Watkins Glen, you are truly the first lady of the corvette world. I know you are tough enough to take this on and win, and win big.
You have all the positibve thoughts that I can throw your way, you are truly one of a kind, and we are pulling for you. If there is anything you need that your incredible crew in the Northeast can't help with, you know where to turn...
thanks go out to all of the folks in the Northeast crew and at Vette Doctors for showing what the Corvette community is truly about, the cars are secondary to the people...
Be strong Deb, we all have your back.