certain letters sent to us without questions
Dear Auntie Jane
My husband and I certainly missed the mark on this. I am the mother whose daughter wrote to you about me having cancer. Thank you for your advice to Kelly, she showed both my husband and me your response to her. We sat down that night and explained what the doctor has said so far. I was not aware of Luke crying himself to sleep. Kelly has grown up in front of our eyes and she was the responsible adult in this situation. It will be a rough few months ahead, but I have so much love coming my way I will be a survivor.
I just had to write as I just came across your web site. The way you have it set up is brilliant. The design and colour are so easy on the eyes and your artistic talent certainly shows.
I find your answer to the question that you are asked shows you are sometimes as quirky as your picture. Donít get me wrong I agree with most of your answers. The ones I donít, I would have blown those off without an answer. I guess it takes all kinds to make this world revolve and those less fortunate or plain stupid have to have their questions answered.
I have put myself in some of the circumstances in your letters and find them very helpful. I liked the one about the brother-in-law hitting on his sister. I hope she nails him good. Just sorry about his wife, hope she never gets to hear the tape recording.
Keep up those quirky answers A.J
A faithful reader from now on.
Just a few comments regarding your web site that we find so very interesting. A friend told me to go have a look see. Now my husband and I talk about your answers over drinks before dinner. Your wit and honesty comes across like you truly care about each person asking advice.
Now my husband wants to take our holidays next year walking the Camino. We will be picking up tips from your gathering of information on your site. We may even bump into you on the trails. Great web site.
Kit @ Mike
Hi Auntie Jane:
I was surfing the other night when I couldnít sleep. Came across your web site and starting reading the questions you get from what seems like all age groups. I must say I enjoyed them all so far. I will keep returning as I find you have wisdom as well as a great sense of humour when called for. At the moment I have no problems to ask about, but will certainly keep you in mind if I do. I also am looking forward to hearing more about your Camino trip. What an endeavour to tackle for your age group. (Not saying your old.) I am sure your family and friends are rooting for you. I sure am.
Kathy Gordon from England.
I came across your web site while surfing and realized that I knew you from King Ed. I was amazed to find you are still married to that guy, and fifty years to boot. Congratulations to you both. I am on my third wife with five kids. I was very interested in your story about going to Europe to travel and to tackle the Camino del Compostella. Sounds like you have had a very interesting life. (Guess you made the right choice those many years ago.) I will follow your trek as I am sure many others will. Enclosed is my e-mail and I would love to hear from you. I live in Toronto or would ask you to meet for coffee.
Congratulations on your new website! It's about time you shared.
Friend from the past.
Friend from the past.
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