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Mon Jun 26, 2006 11:45:58
Richard and Diana Sarfin
Texas I mean the good ole USA

What a wonderful idea for communicating!!We are so glad that you are on the mend. It seems like just yesterday when we saw you and stayed with you.We love you and know that the Lord has His watchful Eye on you.Rest assured that you are in our prayers and well wishes.
De Colores,
Rich and Diana
Mon Jun 26, 2006 02:14:25
Cousin Kathy and Earl, too!!

Hi Chuck and Crew!! You all have been in our thoughts and prayers as well as the multitude of people who have left about positive thinking with good results to show for it!! Keep up the good work and stay an outpatient! If you need any OT (Occ. Therapy)input, just let me know and I'm there! I know that Tante Lou has most everything covered, but ya never know!! Much love, hugs, and positive thoughts to you all!!
Fri Jun 23, 2006 16:43:47
jay and mary lou swander

Chuck and Mary Ann: Great to talk to Squire Heubusch this week. Now that the "off" is just about over; time to get focused for week 1 and another "cocktail" ; about a single malt chaser?? Mary Lou and I send our very best wishes and are marking the calendar until we can get closer to give a howdy in person (second week in August is almost here). Hugs around to you both, and will keep checking the site ....thanks Krista and Steve for all the work, it is a fantastic way of staying in touch and let your DAD rest. Cheers....Jay and ML
Mon Jun 19, 2006 12:28:16
Donna & Jim Davis

Just wanted to say hi. It's good to hear about how much easier on you this new regimen is. Keep fighting! We're praying.
I notice that you were able to eat some meat. Jim would love to fix you his sausage "stuff" that you like so much. I wonder if you think you could handle it or if it might be too much?
We'll talk. Right now he's on a long trip (13 day) around the world.
Sun Jun 18, 2006 13:58:50
Hart and Dottie Guenther

Keep up the good work! Prayers, positive vibes, healing dances, Louisiana voodoo, are all showering your way. Hey,whatever works!
Love to you and to the Mary Ann caregiver,
Dottie and Hart
Sun Jun 18, 2006 06:32:47
Thomas Mc Laughlin

Chuck Great to hear you are doing good. Hang in there and keep fighting. Tom
Sat Jun 17, 2006 23:25:06
Diane Harlan

Hi Chuck, It brings Mike and me such joy to read that you are doing so well. God is answering all the prayers. You are so strong and your positive attitude uplifts us all. Happy Father's Day!!! We have our move date now. Closing is July 17th. so we'll see you very soon. Kisses to Maryann,the strongest girl I know. We hold you close in our hearts every minute. So much Love,
Thu Jun 15, 2006 16:49:38
pete gauthier

Chuck: hope all is going well. When Sally was going through chemo, she lost the desire to eat most foods. Even hated chocolate. But there was one recipe that she could tolerate better than any other and that actually tasted good to her. So I thought I would pass it on to you. It is a little inexact becasue of the consistency of the fruit during the season. Hope it helps. Remember to keep a positive attitude. Best regards,
pete g.
Fruit Smoothie

3 to 4 peaches, peeled and sliced, stones removed
6-ounce carton of Peach yogurt (or for a richer taste, use peach or vanilla ice cream)
to Cup milk
4 to 6 ice cubes
tsp peach extract (or vanilla extract)
2 to 4 packets of sweetener, or sugar
12-ounce can of peach nectar (look in the Hispanic food section for Jumex or Goya brands)

Place peach slices in blender. Add milk and 2/3 can of nectar and blend until completely chopped. (May have to push down with a spatula) If too thick, add more nectar. If still too thick add a little more milk. Add yogurt, and add sweetener to taste. Add ice cubes and blend. [Should be the consistency of a McDonalds Thickshake.] Serve with a straw.

Yield: 2 very large servings.

(Can also make this from strawberries, apricots, etc. Just switch to appropriate yogurt, extract and nectar flavors.)

Wed Jun 14, 2006 22:39:41
Brennan and Daniel

Great Uncle Chuck! We made you something special today, we are bringing him with us. His name is D.C. and we are taking care of him until we see you. He is fluffy and stuffed with love. We love you!
Tue Jun 13, 2006 19:29:14
Ginny & Bill

Nice doo, dude! Talk about AF regs. We are thinking of you and praying for you---also, that nurse you are married to, Nurse Rachette! It is time for another wine dinner. All our love to you.

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