I'm so sorry!
I'll be thinking of you, and Albee, and most of all Maria. She sounds like good people.
that's terrible... but it was awesome to click on the blog link and see good news. best wishes to all friends and family
aw, that's really sad. get well soon.
I know how much you love Albee, and siblings, and your description here (plus the blog they set up) just makes me want to cry for this girl. My best to her family, and do your best to hang in there.
Thinking good thoughts over here for Maria Dalbotten.
From the looks of her site it looks like she's doing really well, all things considered, which is so, so heartening. I'm pulling for a quick, pain-free recovery.
I'll light a candle for her and her family. I don't know if it helps, but it is something.
I'm sorry to hear that.
I've just visited the blog and I'm glad that she's showing progress.
My pray for her, and for others in the ICU.
I hope the post I made in my blog can help inviting others to pray for her.
Thoughts and prayers.
I'm so sorry S, that's terrible-- many many good thoughts.
I just accidentally typed "manny manny good thoughts," and that made me think of Manny Ramirez, and I giggled. I hope that helps Maria too.
Sending good thoughts. My best to you guys.
From the blog, her family sounds amazing. They are so positive -- and lucky that they have so much to be positive about.
I'll be thinking about her.
She'll be in my thoughts and prayers.
I hope she's on the road to a swift recovery. It is dreadful when the people we love are injured. xoxoox big love to Maria and her family and friends.
Hey Sarah - Am just catching up on your site... although I'm not a prayer, I will send my positive energies to Maria and her family... hope you're doing well.
Praying for Maria and the Dalbotten Family.
Dalbotten Family. We continue to pray for Maria and all of you.
Looked at her family's blog for her and I can't help but be touched that she has such a wonderful family supporting her. I'm sure that all those well wishes will reach her and help in her recovery.
My well wishes for her recovery too.
This is a tough part of the journey. I too had a brother in a similar situation and it was life-defining, humbling, hard. The good part is, people don't just survive accidents, they sometimes thrive. Thank the goddesses for that.
(You can get the idea on this wonky, buggy blog post: http://www.parentsconnect.com/home/profile/blog.jhtml?q=/node/8 but anyway...)
Take good care. Maria clearly has good love coming to her from all over the map.