Day 26: Hair, Christmas Lights, Pirates, and Tears

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8 Responses

  1. Linda Walker says:

    Huge hugs n kisses

  2. Fathima says:

    Kim, you and the family are such an inspiration! You and Richard seem to ahve boundless energy and strentgh and tackle each day so positively. So sorry about Bilbo’s hair. It will grow back so hopefully in the not too dstant future he will be back to his lovely blonde crop. Great love and strength to all of you, especially lovely Bilbo just has the best beautiful aura around him.

  3. Chamtelle says:

    I can’t imagine how you are all feeling and just how you are doing any of it?! You are so brave, I know you don’t have a choice but still…Just keep going, carry on, you can do this! X x

  4. Justin says:

    The upside of losing his hair is that , once it is all gone, there’ll be more of him to kiss.

  5. Karen Mauldin says:

    Hi Kim,
    Shaving his head may help more than you think. It made a difference when I had chemo just to have it gone instead of falling out everywhere. Bald looks pretty cute…ha
    Bilbo will do way better than anyone else in the family. Our children inspire us to be better adults.
    It is in times like this our lives change forever. (for the better in so many ways) As adults, we will remember to enjoy every minute of the life we have been given & love like crazy.
    Sending you hugs and love.

  6. Imogen says:

    You are amazing Kim. Sending you the biggest hug x Thinkjng of you

  7. Kath says:

    Sending love and hugs to you all. Stay strong 💖💖

  8. Claire says:

    “There is sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief, of deep contrition and of unspeakable love. Washington Irving
    I cried with you, and for you, reading this Kim. I knew somewhere I’d read that tears are not showing we are weak. Hope the quote above resonates with you too. As you said it’s easier not to cry and avoid it because it’s so darn exhausting but it’s a brave thing to do as well because it helps you find your next bit of strength. Kia kaha ( stay strong) from the Kiwis who love you guys dearly xxx

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