You can't help laughing

I've never laughed so much in all my life when I read this post. I could hardly read it to Terence who thought I was utterly mad.


Anonymous said...

Hi, I followed the link from the comment you left on my blog and I just had to check you out.
Wow, you and your family have an amazing story. Your girls are beautiful and I agree with Bianca - any food eaten with chocolate is great! I hope the move goes well, I plan to keep on following.

Anonymous said...

What a talented, hilarious writer she is! Kept me laughing right to the end!
Also how exciting about Bianca's "make a wish" visit next week. Can't wait to hear how it goes.
I also have to comment on your recent post about your move to New Zealand. Many people leave their homeland to start a new life in a new country. Your story is so inspiring and hopeful and it amazes me how well you and your family have coped with this new life with out family and friends to help you out and support you. I am sure that you have now made friends and found strong support system within the cancer community. It strikes me that you and your husband are truly a strong and independant couple. Since I started reading your blog in 12/07 I am truly amazed at how well you have handled your beautiful daughter Bianca's diagnosis with positivity and optimism. I do know how difficult this has been and think that you have made the best of a very difficult situation. You should be very proud of how well all of you have done during this transition.
Just wanted to let you know that I read your blog every day and count down the days with you
Rosemary NY USA

Mrs. Priss said...

Oh.My.Gosh. Amy is absolutely hilarious! I have to admit that it makes me relieved I'm having a girl when I read stories like that, haha. :)