Once again, proving that kissing our ‘tocks and mentioning the Big ‘C’ gets you published

Pencil_2_1"Dear Cute Overload Web Master,

I am positive that you get many, many compliments on your website.  I stumbled across it somehoe in my surfing several months ago and I am so glad I did.  I very much look forward to my inbox Cute Overload e-email every day.

I am currently battling cancer and it is very hard to smile some days.  There have ben many times that Cute Overload has lightened up my morning considerably and made me LOL at first nad continue to chuckle all day.

Basically, I am having an on-line affiar with Cute Overload and I needed to come clean.  My husband found out about it!  He’s okay with it though!

I LOVE AND AM IN LOVE CUTE OVERLOAD!   

Thank you for such an awesome, joyful concept!  There is so much ugliness in this world we live in – Cute Overload is a huge ray of sunshine in my life!

Peace and blessings to you,
Kerri M."

////Kerri M.—Enormous snorgs to you, Girl. Kittens make things allllll better.////

Comments

  1. Awesome…baby seals and puppies make it all better. Best Wishes to Kerri!

  2. AuntieMame says:

    Aww, *sniffle*!

    Hang in there, Kerri! All the kittehs and puppehs (and ponies and frogs and seals and assorted ‘tocks) are rooting for you!

  3. seriously, i can NOT get through the day without C.O.

    must be these ovaries. :)

  4. Kerri – wow. Thoughts and prayers from me and The Bad, Bold Bunny.

    and Meg – I reeealy think you need to to change “snogs” to “snoRgs.”

  5. My ‘tocks are rooting for you too (but not in a harrassy kind of way). Snorgs!

  6. Kerri- You’ll be in my prayers nightly. Puppies and best wishes to you!

  7. Constance says:

    Karri, you’ll be in my thoughts and prayers! Stay strong! :)

    Squee!

  8. Kerri, Keep fighting. There’s nothing in the world like a good dose of positive attitude, but it must be tough in your case. It’s a good thing CO is here, which must give you some means of escapism daily. Think of it as your daily dose of laughter (better than meds). Don’t give up. I’m positive everyone that comes here will be rooting for you.

  9. Hold hard, Kerri. And let The Cute barf rainbows all over you. So many times the psyche overpowers the physical. You’ll see.

    Hey is that marmie kitteh still around? Yeah? Good… (takes a hit – passes to Kerri)

  10. BenPanced says:

    All the bestest puppiez and kittenest wishes for your recovery!

  11. leprechaun says:

    Keep on tranglin’ and enjoying the cute. You’re in our thoughts :)

  12. This email is probably a fake, like a weird pathetic “someone please notice me” kind of thing. Dunno – hope I’m wrong but I it smells of being contrived.

  13. Kerri, fight the good fight! The kittehs, puppehs, bebeh frogs and hummerbirds are all here cheering you on!

    If by chance you’re at MD Anderson in Houston, feel free to email if you’d ever like a chat!

  14. *makes of point of turning her back to the troll*

  15. anneelizmary says:

    All right everyone! Find those really cute photos and poses you’ve been saving–obviously for Kerri, right here, right now!

    I’ll be praying for you, too, Kerri–remember to go to the archives for a full-strength shot of snorgling muzzlepuffs! AEM

  16. peace and blessings to you, kerri…and to all of us. as ever, thanks to this whole community for being such a comferbuls and squishy place to land.

    that’s a compliment.

    now, can someone pass the huffin’ kitty and nachos?

  17. Kerri, I was going through chemotherapy during the 2004 election and understand the ugliness in the world. I wish I knew of cuteoverload back then–anything that keeps the spirits up is priceless. Good luck to you and your family!

  18. Woods Walker says:

    Kerri, I know that the whole Cute Overload family is praying for your full recover. Keep up the fight. Have a few laughs on the rest of us. I know that I don’t mind.-Woods Walker

  19. Anonimouse says:

    I too am going through cancer treatment right now, and depend on my daily dose of Cute Overload for my healing as much as any other part of my treatment. Steady on, Ker, and thank you, Cute Overload, for being here!!!

  20. Dear Kerry, I slew the big C ten years ago, my best and most positive thoughts go out to you! These days I log on to Cute before I take my blood pressure every day, it makes me guffaw in a very loud and offensive way. So satisfying!

  21. Ditto to what all the peeps have said! The Cute is a power for good in the world, and laughter and good thoughts HEAL!
    Many many positive yeems coming to you, Kerri, and to all.

  22. Never underestimate the power of the Cute side.

    Love and prayers to Kerri!
    *many hugs*

  23. My little morning routine- check the weather online, check email, check Cuteoverload.

    *BIG* thanks to you Meg for all the laughs and cuteness, as someone who deals with a severe mental illness daily, C.O is just so great for a cuteness hit…. and your captions- omigod!. Girl, you totally, utterly rock, shakin’ that wit thing.

    Love to you Kerri, wishing you strength, healing and every good thing. xxxxx

  24. Amen, Kerri…everyone should start his/her day with a visit to Cute. I begin with a characteristic scrinchy morning face…and finish with either a smiley or a hoot. Thanks Cute. God Bless, Kerri…

  25. Kerri – heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery. When you enter the world of “teh cute” – anything is possible.

    C.O. – the new drug.

  26. Thank you all so much! I was so surprised that my letter was posted. I never meant for that to happen but cried when I saw it! Those of you who posted that you doubted the letter was real – it’s real, I’m real and the cancer is real. For those of you who sent me thoughts, prayers, laughs and everything else positive, I appreciate you and may you have much peace and many blessings in your life. Thanks again for the joy you brought me today!

    Kerri

  27. staticgirl says:

    Good luck Kerri and many snuggles from the Fluff-side. C.O is definitely a balm for the soul…:)

  28. Cute Overload is a cure for many ailments including minor depression and stress. Good luck with your fight, Kerri.

  29. martha in mobile says:

    You go, Kerri! Some of us will never be featured in the “cats n racks” category (having lost the rack to cancer), but we’ll always have teh Cute!

  30. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  31. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  32. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  33. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  34. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  35. Simpson O'Brien says:

    Many purrrrrrssss, meows and wet licks to you, kerri.

  36. Kim in PA says:

    Kerri – thoughts and prayers go out to you. My little ones (Nike, Spot, Winston and Tiger) will be praying for you!! Keep laughing and coming back to C.O>!! Kim

  37. NebraskaErin says:

    Best wishes to you, Kerri! Surrounding yourself with cute is one of the best medicines.

  38. Ain’t nothing a nice soft muzzlepuff can’t help fix!

    We’re pulling for you, Kerri.

  39. Kerri- As you can see, with Cute Overload, you’ll never be alone or without friends to support you, whether it’s a good day or a bad day in your world. My prayers are with you as you fight; keep coming to CO for smiles, laughs, and Cuteness! Oh, and pudding too!

  40. Kerri – Although I am not battling cancer (am a 14-year survivor), I do have a chronic disease. One of the 1st pages I look at every morning is this one!

    My furkid and I will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  41. Am NOT crying! Am not! Shut up!

  42. I’m not crying either. It’s just.. raining inside? The best of wishes to both you and your family with this difficult hurdle, and I hope it will be behind and surpassed soon. Can you maybe update us to let us know how it goes?

  43. Really? Seriously? I never thought CO was that big a deal.

    [waits for it]

    . . .

  44. There is a lot to be said for attitude.

    My younger brother was stage 3 (nearly stage 4)and he went through the chemo twice. It was not a happy thing but he stayed tough and kicked the cancer’s tocks.

    Of course, my brother is a little nuts… but in a good way… that helps.

    He used to lean over to one of the other chemo patients after the nurse had hooked him up and whisper, “I’ll race you.” Then he would open up the valve a little wider on the IV bag. I don’t recommend this… neither did the nurse when she found out.

    One of the things he said to me early on in his treatment sort of floored me. “Ya know sis. I would be worried but the cancer is trying to kill the toughest person I know…”

    He really is a punk sometimes… :o)

    Now he regularly visits the chemo wards and tries to help kick people’s butts out of bed (when he knows they can get out but won’t)and get them moving in more positive direction both literally and mentally.

    O.k. I’ll shut up now.

  45. Kerri-take 2 kittehs and call me in the morning! {{{Kerri}}}

  46. A thinker says:

    Awww. CO is def. a bright spot in my day, too. Hugs to Kerri M :)

  47. A thinker says:

    And a good solid *whack* to Teho on the head…

  48. [rubbing the upside of head]
    [smirking]

  49. I’m sending you lots of positivity and kitten bellies, Kerri. Go you!

  50. HoosierCat says:

    Hang in there Kerri and anonimouse. Keep up the good fight. I am 6 years out and keeping my fingers crossed for all of us.
    Sorry about the rack Martha in Mobile. I have a 1/2 fake rack now but my kittehs are way to big to hide there.

  51. Lucky girl. :) Most husbands are never okay with a side affair! … Then again, I suppose most wives don’t have that ‘side affair’ with a website full of sickeningly cute animals, either.

  52. Fuzzy Feathery {{{KERRI}}} to you from the little bird that’s SLEEPING RIGHT NOW on my office window bird feeder. Am not kidding, she’s got her eyes closed and her little chest is moving up and down. XO/

  53. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  54. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  55. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  56. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  57. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  58. Hey Kerri

    I too have spent the last three years battling cancer and this year, about a month ago, I finally kicked its evil arse! Woo hoo!

    So I am sending you all the luck and strength and hope I had and all of my very best wishes.

    It can be done. :)

    Lauren x

  59. misscrisp says:

    oh man, gotta say it again, this is what that technical revolution thingumajiggy was all about, right?
    hooray for Meg and the peeps and happy health for Kerry and praise the power of Qte™!
    (nice try Teho)

  60. Best wishes and postive vibes to Kerri, Anonimouse, and Hayri, and whoeverelse ois suffering from one malady or another.

    And EricaE that is an amazing story, attitude is something.

  61. Dear Kerri- I hope you are feeling the love. I know you are. Feel better, get stronger and whip that awful C.

    Tons of hugs and fluffy kitties for snorgling to you.

  62. i got 2 little kittens in the midst of my chemo, and it was probably one of the craziest and sanest things i ever did.

    however … “the big ‘c'”. i know this is cute overload and all, but the word is cancer, and we like to hear it, for there is no shame in it.

  63. Get better! Cute Overload really helps. Those of us suffereing from depression discussed the power of Cute a while back… animals are just awesome to have around. My thoughts are with you!

  64. I can see it now, the headlines in the national paper when you beat it, “Cuteness cures cancer!” Best wishes!

  65. Kerri -

    Me too (re:cancer). CO makes my day, everyday.
    Let’s both get well and go play with some kittehs!!!!!

  66. I have the exact same affair, my prayers go out to you. Keep coming back to this site, keep those spirits up. And those laughs going. Smiling and laughing is a great cure. :)

  67. Awwww. Good luck, Kerri.

  68. Martha in Washington says:

    Happy thoughts Kerri! And warm puppy bellies and soft kittie ears and cool hedgie nosicles and baby panda sneezes and everything else soft and warm and cuddly to you.

  69. God Bless and I know CO loves You too.. Keep your head up.

    P.S. Made me cry.

  70. tori and Cathie- I did not mean to offend. My husband has been fighting off his cancer and it is also very prevalent in my family. “C” was simply a shortening of the word. Strong health and love to you both.

  71. Feel better, Kerri!

  72. mommy24bunnies says:

    Blessings and best wishes (and big bunny snorgles) to you Kerri!!!

  73. Kerri! hope u get better soon!
    Receive tons of good wishes from me and Bebe the yorkie.

    :)

  74. novabubble says:

    Blessings to all of you who are fighting for health. I admire all of you and I think the puppy and kitty cure is a good one to choose!

    Nova

  75. DeathHimself says:

    I died of cancer once – but saw a light at the end of the tunnel and then god sent me back to post on this forum

  76. Feel better Kerri!

    We’re rooting for you.

  77. Feel better soon, Kerri! My SO also has cancer, and so we had to pull up stakes from our beautiful cabin in Alaska and move back to California for better health care. I miss my neighbors’ dogs, the neighborhood meese, the campus reindeer, etc, but at least on CO I can get my fix!

    Sending you warm fuzzy thoughts for during chemo sessions and for the days when you just feel like *&$%. Take care and God bless.

  78. Brak_Silverbone says:

    Go, Kerri, go! We’re all thinking warm and fuzzy kitty-belly thoughts for you.

  79. Netherland Dwarf rabbit, owner!!♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ says:

    Kerri you & your sitch are so very much in my prayers…

    & later I saw Annonimouse type of having cancer too, praying for you also…

    A bunch of bunbun etc…hugs & cheer also!!

  80. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  81. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  82. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  83. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  84. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  85. Oooh, and I thought I was having a bad day. I’m glad CO helps with your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. Wishing you the best of better ones in the future!

  86. Get well Karrie…I hope youre feeling better soon!

  87. cristinutria says:

    Thank God for CO and the posters and sender inners. This site helps me so much when I’m depressed. Thanks Meg, for thinking this whole site up! And Kerri, our thoughts are with you and we send lots of snorgles to help you feel better and kick that cancer right out of your life.

  88. TastesLikeChicken says:

    CO provides support to many of us, not just with the pictures but with the warmth and wit of the peeps. Thank you all and kind thoughts to those in need of support.
    I would now like to thank my mother, my manager, the teacher who… sorry wrong speech, thought I was at the Oscars for a second….

  89. Glad that you cuteness helps you through your day! My thoughts are with you.

  90. poor melissa,
    Your nose is in the wrong place.
    As a breast cancer survivor/chemo vet, I can assure you that when we appreciate something we need to tell it. I hear a lot of pain in your comment. Kerri and anyone in the same struggle has learned how to share love for warm kind and funny moments like the ones you find on CO. Have faith, I am a very old cynic, but the world still has some warm good places.

  91. kerri, my thoughts and best wishes are with you.

  92. Faerie Green says:

    Bright Blessings to you Kerri!

  93. AnnefromtheNetherlands says:

    Dear Kerri,

    Though I don’t know you, I want to wish you and everybody who is batteling cancer and other diseases (sorry if i misspelled), all the best and my thoughts are with you!
    Have a kitteh on my account ;)
    Very much love, Anne

  94. I was so excited to see Cute Overload mentioned in my husband’s latest issue of Maxim Magazine.http://www.maximonline.com

    WTG cuteoverload!

  95. Arvay,
    so sorry you had to leave beautiful Alaska; hope your SO recuperates quickly. best wishes to all of you.
    Kerri and Kip and Martha and…and…,
    keep on keeping on. our thoughts are with you.

  96. I’m sure most folks on this site know this already, being expert in all things cute, but if you have a kitteh or puppeh that likes being around people and makes them happy, you and your pet can become a certified pet therapy team.

    My beagle and I are going to train to be a team (we’ll see if he makes it through the first round of obedience class – he’s sweet but not super-bright). I was inspired by a show they had (have?) on Animal Planet that followed animals who have jobs (bomb-sniffing German Shepherds in war-torn countries, etc.).

    There was a beagle on the show who had beaten cancer, and the beagle and its owner went around to pediatric cancer wards. The owner would show the kids pictures of the beagle going through chemo, etc.

    The amazing thing was that the kids would tell the beagle things they wouldn’t tell their parents or doctors – things like how scared they were and if they were in pain or how they felt about their last round of chemo.

    So anyway, I thought I’d riff on the theme of the power of cute and encourage folks to get the cute out to people who need it. If you’re in the NY area, the Good Dog Foundation offers training. I think there are some others in the area, too, and some orgs help kittehs and their owners connect with people who need to get some kitty-based therapy.

    And best wishes and thoughts to those battling the Big C.

  97. Dee in Texas says:

    Kerri, Praying for the best & sending positive healing energies to you!
    Hey, happy little Boston terrier thoughts are the best…okay, maybe tiny bunny thoughts are better. It’s up for a vote..
    Hugs to you Kerri!

  98. Mike Sage says:

    Your website is not the easiest to use. Try making thing computer friendly for those who are not as smart as your computer geeks who sit around designing these sites. Live is much easier when things are made simple. Remember the kiss principle. For sending email to others PUT A BIG BOX THAT SAYS S E N D.
    Thanks for listening to my rant.

  99. Mike Sage — yeah, point taken.

    Cute Overload is all about whimsy and spare-time amusement, y’know, rather than stark efficiency. And Meg already gets waaaaaay more email than she can handle. I’m just sayin’.

    Email link for submissions is in the left-hand margin, under “GOT CUTE?” (at least for now).

  100. Megus: my husky is a semi-tripod due to a birth defect. We visit special ed classes and the kids are always thrilled to see her. One 7 year old had been non-verbal all year and when Silver came over to be petted, the young man actually said “doggie”… it made me and his teacher cry (with joy). I can’t say he’s had a miraculous recovery or anything, but he still says the occasional word. Pets are people too!

  101. hrh.squeak says:

    Kerri, and all who need Cute sustenance:
    Bert and Nugget squeak lovies in your ear.
    Boober, Susie, and Max purr for you.
    With Cute, and love from friends, you Will kick the bad in the ‘tocks, and come up smiling. Hang in there!

  102. megusmaximus,

    In addition to the kicking people’s butts out of bed (that I mentioned in an earlier post.) My brother also had his dog Trinity trained and certified as a therapy dog.

    Mind you Trin is not of a breed that inspires much more than fear… being a (red)doberman and all. But she is a pretty dog and doesn’t look quite as fierce with her ears un docked. She can do the head tilt one ear up on ear down baroo with the best of them.

    Anyway… my brother’s heart was in the right place.

  103. Meg,

    I know this is going to sound totally presumptuous but it’s just a proposal.

    You have a HUGE readership and many have already admitted to being helped in one way or another by this site.

    I think it would be a completely fabulous thing to start a C/O fund drive and donate the money to an organization that trains therapy pets. I would even be willing to help with the leg-work. My brother and I had been toying with the idea of starting a not-for-profit that provides candy for chemo patients. For those of you who don’t know some wards will keep hard candies for those receiving treatment because in addition to the pain and nausea you can actually taste the chemicals as the are being pumped into your veins. My brother assures me it’s not pleasant.

    Anyway, this would be just as good a cause.

    I know you are very busy and hope you don’t find the suggestion too forward.

  104. MaryMotherOfJoseph says:

    This is a joke. No one suffering from cancer would even have the strength to visit a webpage let alone post on it. You should be ashamed of yourself seeking sympothy of people over the internet for your fake “woe is me” story. Besides, there are worst things than cancer that can happen to someone. Please stop your fake thread.

  105. I love hearing people’s therapy dog stories! I hope Bernie Beagle and I make it through the classes – we’ve been working on “sit” for a year and it’s still slow going. Ah, the beagle brain … so elusive … perhaps once we’re in a structured class I’ll learn how to teach him better.

    I would totally be down with helping out with a C.O. type fund-drive – my day job is in fundraising so it’s up my alley.

  106. Karen in Toronto says:

    MMOJ, Kerri’s letter reads: “I am currently battling cancer and it is very hard to smile some days. There have been many times that Cute Overload has lightened up my morning considerably and made me LOL at first and continue to chuckle all day…” It isn’t exactly a plea for sympAthy and doesn’t sound woeful. I’ve worked with several people over the years who were undergoing cancer treatment and putting in quite a few hours at the same time. It couldn’t have been easy for them — of course it takes all kinds of strength to live one’s life.

  107. Is MMOJ a parody?

    If not, MMOJ, don’t be silly. My boss has leukemia, and he still works, even while getting chemo. AND he is a great boss, a really kind guy.

    My SO has cancer of the err… personal bits, and we still get to screw! And he can surf the web all he likes. In fact, he surfs it MORE now, seeing as he spends 8-10 hours a day at the hospital hooked up to the drip, with not a whole helluva lot else to do.

    To the rest of youse–sorry if that was TMI; just trying to clear up some misconceptions. :)

  108. MaryMotherofJose says:

    Look, I beat cancer three years ago. I could’t even tie my shoes. But at least I didn’t have AIDS and the skin melt off my body. I never once decided to type up a feel sorry for me post on a website. It is physically impossible to type when you have cancer because of hemogoblins in your blood stream causing your nerve cells in your hands to expand 10 times their size, thus affect your joints. So please stop with the lies

  109. Arvay… hang in there also kiddo… spouses & SO’s are soooo important. MMOJ. sorry you’re so bitter. Stay here and learn to love these peeps. I’ve made more friends I may never meet face to face than I ever expected!!

    Pudding for all and all for Pudding!

  110. Mary,

    I beg to differ. My brother actually kept working while he was going through chemo the first time. Of course, he’s a tough and insane lil’ bugger but he still did it.

    Granted he would take off a day or two after chemo. Some days he worked from home because his white blood cell count wasn’t up to an office environment.
    But he kept going and kept busy.

    And yes, there are people who do not have the strength to lift their little finger if they are going through the really rough chemo. But this just means they need the strength and support of others even more.

    Having an environment where you can share your story with other people, taking and giving comfort where you can is a good thing.

    There is no shame at all in this thread. NONE!

    ((Sorry, for the outburst but I just had to.))

  111. Mary–read. what. I. just. typed. Dang. And, she wasn’t asking anyone to feel sorry for her. She was writing a thank-you note to Meg, which Meg decided to publish.

    Maybe you’ve never had occasion to write a thank-you note because you do not inspire kindness?

  112. MaryMotherofJuan says:

    As a scientist I can prove it is impossible to type while in any form of cancer or even the recovery of cancer. I challenge anyone to provide evidence the other way around proving me wrong.

  113. OK we get it. Mary is a troll. And I wasted my fingers on this meanie!

  114. StopTheMadness says:

    MMOJ – you are a jerk.

    Hey look at the up side, Mega – with my patented new Cancer Diet(tm) at least you’re finally shedding some pounds! By next month your scale will stop showing “One at a time please” each time you get on!”

  115. I stand by what I said… the best peeps are on CO!! Some aspire to peepdom, some have peepdom thrust upon them… by their cuteness you will know them.

  116. Mod does not take kindly to trolling in the cancer thread.
    You may consider this a strong hint.

  117. Me too!!! There were days after chemotherapy treatments when I was sick, barely able to walk and living horizontal, and CuteOverload was all I wanted to look at. Thank you CO! Best to you, Kerri.

  118. AuntieMame says:

    I vote for simply deleting MMOJ’s posts right now and being done with her.

    Scientist, my ass.

    The evidence to disprove her ludicrous claim is in the initial post. Kerri has cancer. She typed her initial note. Therefore, MMOJ is an ignoramus.

    Case closed.

  119. luckycliff says:

    Disapproving buns and kitties frown at MMOJ….

  120. AuntieM — what if all of the following items are true?
    1) MMOJ is an ass
    2) MMOJ had cancer
    3) MMOJ’s cancer treatments really did knock her on her ass

    Doesn’t sound impossible, to me. Anyway, things seem to have quieted down.

  121. AuntieMame says:

    What if all of those things are true? That doesn’t give her the right to come in here and piss on everyone else’s good feelings. A troll who’s had a bad experience is still a troll.

    But as you say, things have quieted down, so if you want to let it be, then I’ll let it be, too.

  122. Hi Kerri, I wish you a speedy and complete recovery! Take care of yourself and have no fear. Keeping you in my prayers!

  123. Megusmaximus, the Delta Society is another excellent resource. And to Kerri and others of you who are battling illness, I wish you all a speedy recovery. Stay strong and remember there are people here who care about you. I lost my young husband to cancer and so I feel a bond with anybody suffering from that illness. It was quite a few years ago, though, and there have been a lot of advances since then, so keep fighting the good fight.

  124. Now “that’s what I’m talking about. Kerri bless you. This site has done the same for me many times.
    Peace & Love, Georgia

  125. kerri, erica, and all you good people out there. i am in the middle of my cancer treatment. i start radiation next week. maybe i am blessed with a good attitude and the luck of having a friend send me to CO. after 16 cycles of chemo and surgery, i am clean for now. MMOJ is sad; i send her a prayer of peace and harmony. MMOJ is clearly in a lot of pain and anger over her experince and how the world viewed her experince. cancer is a journey; ones experince is one’s own. my journey showed me the kindness that people have in this world for others. i had love and support and CO to get me through the bad days. MMO, it is not nice to call people liars when you don’t know them or their experinces. even when i had the worst neuropathy and could barely lift a finger, i could press three buttons to get on to CO and if i couldn’t someone would help me. keep strong kerri; i am sending positve energy to you. listen to the hope and love sent to you. i hope the best for you. did i mention that i teach chemistry in college. there is more to surviving cancer than just science. ;-)

  126. all the puppies and kittens and seals and rabbits and hamsters and everything else wants you to get well soon!

  127. [salutes PMara]

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