- 10 years ago
- Wedding: February 2010
here’s the rest of them…
here’s the rest of them…
Keeping her in my thoughts and prayers!!
I’m sorry to hear this! We’ll keep her in our thoughts and prayers.
UPDATE: my future Mother-In-Law went to the docs and she starts chemo on Monday. They told her that if she didn’t do chemo she might have until September. She’s in pain now but in good spirits. I’m trying to stay positive and be there for my Fiance. He’s going through hell and there’s not much I can do but listen and hold him….
Theyre going to work her chemo around our wedding date, February 21st…give her treatments for 3 months then re test her and go from there…As you can imagine, everyone is coming to our wedding. Relatives they haven’t seen in many, many years….for obvious reasons.
How do I plan a joyous day for us with such sadness lingering in the air??? I don’t know what to feel…I feel guilty when I’m excited about my wedding and I’ve told Fiance this..he says that I have every right to be sad about many things…and that our day is our day no matter what…
Love your wedding venue! (I’m a Maine bride too.)
Pancreatic cancer has hit my family hard. We lost my grandfather to it when I was only 12. On a more upbeat note, one of my neighbors has completely kicked his, and his initial prognosis was not good at all. You and your family are certainly in my thoughts. Good luck! …and try to focus on this time that you do have with your Future Mother-In-Law. It is so great that she will be able to share you wedding with you, despite her illness. **HUGS**
I’m so sorry to hear your news, but I’m glad you moved up the wedding and made it more convient that was incredibly kind of you- and I’m sure your Future Mother-In-Law thinks so too! Many happy wishes and I will keep her in my prayers!
@LeeLee I’m so sorry to hear about Mother-In-Law. I’m sending good vibes her way. She sounds like an amazing woman. I think the best thing for her on your wedding day is to be excited, have an amazing time, cherish the memories and get lots of good photos/video of your amazing day. I’m sure Mother-In-Law won’t want everyone throwing her a pity party, I’m sure after going through chemo she’ll want some normalcy.
Since she is going through a difficult time maybe something to cheer her up before the wedding that you could do is a mani/pedi together? I know it’s something small but I think the time together relaxing will mean a lot.
Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your FI’s family. The location looks amazing, I can’t wait to see the wedding pictures!
soon2beemrsM…ya, I’ve thought of bringing her to the hotel I work at and treating us to that! I want her to have the best time on our wedding day….I just hope everyone let’s her…the location is sooo gorgeous…I don’t have to do much that’s for sure! I’ll definately post pics!
love your venue! it’s stunning ((HUGS)) for your fmil…
positive thoughts and prayers sent your way
as a mom I KNOW having something to look forward to and having your child’s needs to look out for HELPS any situation… go ahead, she wants this great event and you are doing it with her blessings. Involve her and give her something to think about other than herself.
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