1. I am so sorry for your loss. Those words seem inadequate to me and always have, but they are the only words we have to convey a river of emotion. Cancer is a horrible thing and no one goes unscathed by it. I write this comment with tears in my eyes because I know what it is like to lose people to cancer. I grew up with cancer as a part of my life because my father battled it for 17 years before it took him. And now I’m engaged in my own battle with the beast. But the lesson I learned growing up was that you still have to live every moment you have.

    This has been a bad week all round, I think. The wonderful thing is next week is around the corner and tomorrow is another day and we have hope that things will be even a little bit better.

  2. I am so very sad to hear this Christine. Stephenie has been fighting for so long, and like many in our book world, I have been praying for her. I didn’t know her as well as you did, but she’s from my area of Central Kentucky. Just know this. She is no longer in pain. She’s with the angels now. Be comforted in knowing that.

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