Tuesday, November 5, 2013

NOT WELL

Try another day.

30 comments:

  1. Waiting and hoping and praying. Best wishes, Don.

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  2. Hang in there, Don! Sending you positive energy and healing thoughts!

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  3. Hope this week's treatment went well and you'll be getting some of your energy back soon.

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  4. Thinking of you - praying for you - and checking your blog frequently to see how you're doing. Sending you get well wishes - hope you're feeling better!

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  5. Coming over from Alison's blog to send you some more healing thoughts. I've enjoyed reading your comments and jokes over the years, and have missed your voice.

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  6. Sending all good thoughts to you from Boston!

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  7. Also popping over from Alison's blog to send good thoughts and wishes!

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  8. coming from Alison's to offer prayers.

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  9. Praying...
    AlisonH has pointed me to your blog before, and I stop in from time to time for entertainment. I love what you share.
    Today, I've stopped by simply to wish you well and offer prayers.

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  10. Don, missing your little notes on Alison's blog and hoping you're feeling better soon. At least better enough for her to talk to you on the phone and report back on her blog!

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  11. Hi Don! Hope you are feeling better soon. DebbieR ( from Alison's blog)

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  12. Sending prayers and best wishes Don. Alison is directing her readers to you and I just had to stop by to say I'm thinking of you.
    Chris S in Canada

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  13. Hi Don, hope you feel much better very soon.

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  14. Don, I've been thinking of you. I hope today is a good one!

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  15. Missing your pictures, and your humor. Get well soon, my friend. I look forward to seeing your posts again soon!

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  16. Should have thought of it earlier--you might not get to see it this year, but for Cliff, if you're interested, there's an incredible exhibit of creches going on and Wednesday's the last day. Check their schedule, but I think the concert is at 7 pm. No charges for anything. http://www.christmascreche.org/

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  17. Hey Don, Glad to read from Alison's blog that you're sounding stronger. Just spotted this and sent it to a friends and thought you'd enjoy it when you have time.

    http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/heritage/the-correct-youse-of-english-1.1623440

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  18. Merry Christmas Don and Cliff. I hope you're feeling better and stronger and able to enjoy the holiday season - at least a little. Best wishes to you both! Still in my thoughts and prayers.

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  19. Yes, Don and Cliff, I agree with Abby's comment and send holiday wishes your way!

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  20. Checking in, waving hi. Thinking of you.

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  21. Yes Don (and Cliff, if you're relaying messages!) checking in, too, like Alison! We're all keeping you in our thoughts.

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  22. Dear friends of Don, I don't know if this is the right way to tell you, but our friend Don lost his fight with cancer on January 15th. I spoke to Cliff this evening and he told me that Don passed away last week. Cliff is working on a letter that he will be sending to Don's friends to let everyone know about the services to celebrate Don's life. I am so sorry for all of us.

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  23. http://queenlaurabee.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-sad-day.html

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  24. I'm so sad to hear this. Don will be greatly missed - his blog, stories and humor brightened days for so many. Cliff, please know you're in my thoughts and prayers and that your dad meant a great deal to people he never met in person.

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  25. Thank you for posting, Laura. I'm sure Cliff has many details to attend to and we in the blogosphere appreciate your helping him to relay the very sad news to us. When you speak with Cliff again, please relay my condolences. Like Abby, I never met his Dad in person but I truly enjoyed his web presence. He will be missed.

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  26. I first met Don and Amalie a little over 20 years ago swimming at the CAR pool. It was such a joy to reconnect with him, and it was a week after Amalie's passing. She is missed; his voice has been greatly missed, and now Don himself. Cliff, I'm so sorry. And so grateful he had you looking after him--thank you. Wishing you all the best at this hard time.

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