Friday, July 06, 2007

Overwhelmed?

Over the last two hours I have talked with the Administrator of the Brain Tumor Center at Columbia University and the Administrator of the research center at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix regarding the Phase II trial for my mom; I've been on the phone to our school district regarding testing for Eric to get him into the gifted Kindergarten program; and I've completed the augumentative communication assessment forms for Jack so that he can be evaluated for the eye-gaze communication system. So, I've dealt with my mother who has brain cancer, my "gifted" son, and my "disabled" son. On top of all that, I've got clients jumping up and down because I've been on the phone and they can't get to me.

Overwhelmed .... who, me?

6 comments:

kristy said...

I am sending prayers your way. You are doing a great job. Know that we are with you in spirit.

Patricia_A_Berger@Praxair said...

Hi Ann, just finished catching up on Jacks blog, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. Your writings really make me think about everything......what in the hell else can happen in that family of yours!! I think of you and Jack often. He looks great in the pictures and the rest of your family looks great as well. Just wanted to drop a line to let you know you have more people out there thinking about you and the family and keeping you in our thoughts and prayers....I would love to see you and Jack if ever that could be done. take care, pat berger

julie worthington said...

Wow Ann - I don't know how you do it - but you do! One day you will be allowed some time off ((((HUGS))))
Hope all those calls paid off.

Love Juliexxxx

Melisande said...

Hugs to you, Ann! You're the best Mom and daughter anyone could have!!

Anonymous said...

Hugs to you my sister. Keep hanging on even if it is only by a toe.
Love,
Tess

Anonymous said...

You are amazing....all this going on and you still found the time and energy to sign Aaron's guest book. Hang on tight, it has always helped me to think that it has to get better....it simply has to. Big Hugs from PA!
Kristina