It is with the relentless support of our friends and family that we continue to cope. From far away we're sent loving messages filled with support. Our San Diego friends have taken on the role of “family” and carry us with daily meal delivery, transportation for the girls, mowing our lawn and every other inconceivable thing that we simply can’t manage on our own. We’ve had friends turn up on our doorstep with the most beautiful gestures. Whether it’s a bouquet of flowers, a coffee or a listening ear, I am brought to tears by the generosity shown to us. We have a dear Aunt in New York City that has become a weekend telephone therapist and thrown us a safety net for which we will never be able to express our gratitude, nor would we be as far along on this journey without her support.
Forgive us if we haven't said it in person or written a note, but as much as you think about us daily, we too, think about you. If not for every single one of you, we would have collapsed. I continue to repeat what my dear friend said to me a few days after Bruce's diagnosis, "you must lean to stand." Thank you for letting us lean.
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