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Jenny Scott

Dear Lisa,
So happy to see a new post! You have no idea how often I check your blog.
I, too, reread all of your blog entries the other night and was overwhelmed just reading about everything you've been through. Through it all you have been so positive and inspiring. I know you have down times, and I don't wonder that your mind needs a boost from time to time. We all comment on how positive you are, but I do hope you're not hesitant to talk about those down times, too.
I can't believe you're talking at all. Ann said she spoke to you on the phone and could understand you perfectly! That is so great.
Prayers, prayers, prayers and hugs.
P.S. Love the Charles Schultz quote!


Hey Seester,

I'm so glad you're home and focusing on healing. I liked the note about the patient wanting their arm healed plus $125 grand. I hope the universe sends you a healed body and twice that amount, with interest!

I fell off Willow again on Monday, landing on my tail bone, ouch. I hadn't fallen off in two years, and now over the past few months I've fallen three times. Now I know why Elizabeth Taylor got addicted to pain killers, for the love of riding horses, and sometimes falling off badly!

Thinking of you and sending you glowing, healing energy,

love, hugs,


Terri Goodman, (PhD, RN, CNOR)

Dear Lisa,

Your aunt, Joan Janak shared your blog with me, and I'm enchanted by your pictures, your insights, and your commitment to yourself. I spent lots of years managing the reconstructive surgery department of a major Houston hospital and have seen the miracles of restoring what has been stolen by fate or chance or whatever. The key ingredient is the will to achieve success through the grueling process, and you certainly have that will!

I will keep reading your charming narratives, enjoying your pictures, and crying with you... knowing that each step will take you closer to regaining what you've lost.

Marybess Goeppinger

I knew a woman who didn't know what to do about winter, so she walked in it. I love you . Marybess Goeppinger

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