Hello my dear friends, just wanted to pop in for a quick thank you for all of your heartfelt responses to yesterday’s post!  I responded to each and every one, and if I could have hugged each and every one of you I totally would have!  Sometimes life is so good it’s unbelievable.  You gave us that feeling yesterday, in the midst of some trying times.  I wept reading your comments, your stories, your words of encouragement and support.  I am so grateful to you.  Tomorrow I’ll be back to my regular antics but thank you so much for being with us through this.  We feel so supported by our community- both online and off.  I couldn’t ask for anything more.  xx- Sarah  {image via}

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  1. Meg|

    I had missed your previous post, having been off the internet for a few days… I’m wishing you all the love in the world, and wow, what a kind heart you have – I’m sure Lou’s father is feeling blessed to be spending his remaining days with someone so loving. Truly though, your strength is enviable and I’m sending my best thoughts to you and your family.

    • Sarah Yates|

      Thank you Meg! He is very happy to be here with us and under our (very doting) care. :) Thanks so much for all of the kind words and support! xx

  2. Erika|

    Sigh. Cancer. How I hate thee so. My young cousin (and mother of two) was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer a little over a year ago. I know how robotic it all feels – going through the motions when you aren’t expecting them, trying to learn/process/evaluate as you go. It’s news that has ushered our family into such unchartered territory that even now I have difficulty articulating it let alone navigating it. It is simply earth shattering. That being said, in this moment of such uncertainty, giving your father-in-law the gift of stability is the single greatest gift you could possibly offer. And in that act, your actions are anything but robotic.

    My heart goes out to your family. And in this dark time, know that we are all holding you in the light.