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hailey wrote on January 1, 1970:
For webkinz my username is puppytail1 my password is snorky7. If you do not no how to spell it is www.webkinz.com or webkinz. hailey :grin
Sylvia wrote on January 1, 1970:
HAPPY FRIDAY CATIE! Oh, I just love reading all of the messages from your friends! They really make me smile. Our parish of St. Thomas More is having their Christmas bizarre tomorrow - over 10,000 items! I'm going to go in the morning to help my friend Julie - people are usually waiting outside the doors at 7AM - but it doesn't start until 9! Other than that it will be a quiet weekend I think....with a bit of cheering in between for the Penn State game! I hope you have a good weekend. love, sylvia
Sylvia wrote on January 1, 1970:
I would like to ask all of Catie's prayer warriors to pray for our young friend, Luke Ronco. I have the link to his site below. Thank you so much. www.caringbridge.org/pa/lukeronco Catie, I hope you're having a good day today. Everyone around here is pretty grumphy because Penn State lost the football game. My response is "it's only a football game!". : ) love, sylvia
Chris and Jennifer Peters wrote on January 1, 1970:
Dear Catie, We are all praying for you and your family during this difficult time. We are amazed by your courage and your faith. Please know that we are lighting candles for you at church, and keeping you in our thoughts and prayers each day. We have your picture on our refrigerator, and our girls say "pray for Catie...God Bless Catie". You are so brave and an inspiration to all, Jennifer, Chris, Rose, and Kate Peters
Lisa Caputo wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hello Catie! I just wanted to let you know that we are still thinking of you and praying for you and your family. May you continue to handle the chemo as well as you can...Your faith and strength is inspiring! Thank you... Fondly, The Caputo's
Leslie and Jimmy Peters wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie -- We're thinking of you today and hope your stem-cell infusion was a success and not too scary! You are a very brave girl and so heroic!! We continue to pray for you every night with our kids at bedtime. Isabella always asks for you and would very much like to meet you one day. Take care and many blessings, Leslie, Jimmy, Isabella and Domenic Peters
Sara Rankin wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie, I just heard about you today. We are having a dress down day at our school for you!! I think it stinks that people have to go through this. I Hope you get better soon!!! I will be praying for you. Guess what? Tennessee is my favorite state!! Feel better Soon!!
Kathy B wrote on January 1, 1970:
You don't know me but my son went through SJMB03 in 2003/2004. He passed the 5-year post diagnosis milestone in September. I saw your post about stem cells and I just wanted to tell you how terribly sick my son was the first cycle where they used marrow. He vomited and peed blood for several days after and I was so terrified, I thought he was dying. But he was OK. There was no comparison with subsequent cycles and I'm convinced the bone marrow (along with the fact that it takes 3 times the volume of marrow as it does with stem cells) was the culprit. I pray that this cycle is easier on Catie as it was for my son, and I pray that the treatment is successful.
Sadie wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie, My name is Sadie. I am in the 1st grade at SFA. I learned about you today in school. I hope you feel better! I will pray for you everyday! Please stay strong, you are an inspiration! I will wear your bracelet proudly! Love, Sadie :)
Gilda Pykosh wrote on January 1, 1970:
Catie, Last week Bella, Gemma, and I brought dinner to your family. On the way home the girls said we had to email you to tell you that your sisters are so cute. (Sorry it took so long for me to do this). Your sisters hopped into our van because we were watching Stuart Little. Of course we have to put a movie in to drive down the street. Anyway, your sisters didn't want to get out of the van. My girls thought it would be fun to serve dinner in the van next time. A movie night in the van????!!!! What do your parents think of that??? Catie, you and your family hang in there. So many people care about you. We sure do, and we never even met you face to face. God Bless You. Pykosh Family
Catherine Hodges Kaslusky wrote on January 1, 1970:
Dear Catie, I hope this Thursday morning finds you "home" in Target house feeling well. Have you listened to the CD my mom sent you? Do you like the Can't Stop the Beat song? My students love it - and when I hear it I think of you! No one can stop your beat or happiness! :p Relax and rest so you are ready for a great Thanksgiving with your whole family! (how very exciting!). We all are thankful to know you! :grin
six grade girls at SFA wrote on January 1, 1970:
dear Catie, You are so brave it must be hard going through cancer hope you feel better. from, six grade girls at SFA
six grade girls at sfa wrote on January 1, 1970:
:p Dear Catie, We hope you feel better. we are haveing a dress downday at school for you and we are also selling braclets for you and all the money goes to your parents. We hope you heel fast and continue to be brave. from, 6th grade girls at SFA
Shelley Zabroske wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hello Catie! We are praying for you everyday at our home. Luke and say the rosary for you on the way to school in the morning. We miss you and love you! The Zabroskes
denise daries wrote on January 1, 1970:
catie you go girl! we are all behind you in this battle and you are going to win. Thinking of you and praying for you every day! Denise D'Aries and Family 8)
Kathy wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie. Our family did your race over the weekend and it was awesome. So many people there, happy in the rain, because of you. My daughter even did the walk with a cast on, because you are so brave. St. Joe's family loves you very much.
Lauren wrote on January 1, 1970:
Dear Catie, I was thinking about you and I was praying for you at church. I miss you at school. I hope you are feeling okay. You are being very brave and strong. I hope you have a nice Thanksgiving. :p
Susan Matour wrote on January 1, 1970:
Catie - Not a day goes by that doesn't begin and end with a prayer for you and your name is whispered to God by each of us more often than I can count! :grin We look forward to the day when we can give you a hug in person! Love to you and Mom - Sue, Dave, Dan & Sarah
John Christie wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie, I think of you often and Jimmy & I pray for you every night. I miss you at school. I like playing with Mia during recess. I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving! Your friend, John Christie 8)
Mrs. Lyden wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie, I was just sitting here doing work on my computer, and I looked up and saw your beautiful face dancing on my TV! Well I got sooo excited and yelled and Patrick and Corey came running downstairs just in time to see you also. I called my mom and she was watching the same channel, and she was wondering who that cute girl was that got to dance with Jason Taylor. She thinks that it would be cool to dance with him. My mom is a really good dancer. One of my favorite things to do, since I was a little girl, is to watch my mom and dad dance together. They are great dancers. We had fun at the Run on Saturday morning. Your brother and sisters did a wonderful job starting the race. There were a lot of people happy to be there. Mr. Lyden and I walked the mile. Both of my sons ran the 5K. Patrick ran with some of his Cross Country team mates from Trinity, and it was Corey's first time to run a 5K. You have inspired many people and continue to do so every day! We all miss you very much. School is not the same without you. Keep strong and always know that we are all praying for you. Love, Mrs. Lyden :roll :grin
Christine Adamo wrote on January 1, 1970:
Dear Catie, We have never met, but I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know I'm praying for you. I heard about you from my mother, who has heard about you from your grandmother. I even went to school with your Aunt KC when we were your age. I admire how much courage you have. I think that you are very brave. I pray that you feel well soon so that you can do all sorts of fun things that you enjoy, like playing with your friends and family and playing Wii. Keep having a positive attitude, keep smiling, and keep having that strong amount of faith that you have in God! -Christine Adamo 8)
DENISE wrote on January 1, 1970:
Catie WOW! what a smile and what a great dancer you are. I just watched your commercial. Keep going strong. Denise
Mrs. Connolly wrote on January 1, 1970:
Hi Catie! Maribeth and I were so excited to watch your commercial this afternoon! You are the shining star~ what a natural you are! All the Connollys watched it and voted you the cutest! We miss you, :cry Love and prayers, Mrs. Connolly (and all of us) xo
Peggy Gallmlann wrote on January 1, 1970:
Catie ~~~~ Wow !!! Not only are you a shining star but a movie star as well!!! I was watching "Dancing with the Stars" the other night and who appeared before my eyes!! YOU with Jason Taylor - YOU WERE AWESOME!!! And he did better with you than on Dancing with the Stars ~~ It's the best commerical ever !!! Still waiting for you to come home so we can grant you a wish ~~Can't Wait !!! Peggy :) (MAW)
Marisa wrote on January 1, 1970:
WOW!! You are a famous star and such a wonderful dancer! Your smile and laugh were music to our ears and so contagious! Still praying back at St. Al's, The Neeson Gang: Tom, Marisa, Michael, Molly, Max and Megan