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pcbatiks
March 18th, 2013, 05:10 PM
Back in September of 2012 I started a thread about our Good News Stories. It was done to remind us all......myself included, that good things are happening around us but sometimes they get over looked with so many bad stories in the news. We got a great response and it gave us all a boost. I just thought maybe it's time to do it again.......we have so many new forum friends that might want to share their experiences. I hope sharing these stories will help ease the burden of so many that are going through illnesses and other serious situations. So if you have already shared a story & want to add another........or if you are a newer member & have one to share.........please add them on to Part 2 of Good News Stories. I am bumping up the original thread from September 2012 for those that were not here then. So what is your good news story........ :) Thanks to all who make this such a great forum!

cindyinohio
March 18th, 2013, 05:19 PM
Last year my sister-in-law was given two months to live, saying she had an inoperable brain tumor. She had over a few months a huge deterioration in her mental function and was unable to do any normal daily functions.She had gone to several neurologists at three different hospitals.She planned her funeral. Her husband would not give up. They finally got a recommendation to a John HopkinsHospital in North Carolina. They discovered she did not have a tumor, she had deterioration in the cervical spine that was allowing the spinal fluid to leak and her brain had shifted back. They did surgery and today she is 100% back to normal. GOD DOES MIRACLES!!

pcbatiks
March 18th, 2013, 05:22 PM
Wow Cindy......I've never heard of that happening before........thankfully she got a accurate diagnosis.

Musical_Starling
March 18th, 2013, 05:36 PM
Last year my sister-in-law was given two months to live, saying she had an inoperable brain tumor. She had over a few months a huge deterioration in her mental function and was unable to do any normal daily functions.She had gone to several neurologists at three different hospitals.She planned her funeral. Her husband would not give up. They finally got a recommendation to a John HopkinsHospital in North Carolina. They discovered she did not have a tumor, she had deterioration in the cervical spine that was allowing the spinal fluid to leak and her brain had shifted back. They did surgery and today she is 100% back to normal. GOD DOES MIRACLES!!

Wow! How great for your sister! Truly a miracle :)

auntiemern
March 18th, 2013, 08:00 PM
My good news story is bittersweet today. We laid my aunt to rest. She is no longer suffering and in pain. She is with our Lord, happy and healthy, and talking up a storm with my mom. I was able to visit with cousins that I normally only get to see once a year @ the family reunion, because they are an hour away, and we all have busy lives. It is always good to catch up on what everyone is doing.

lilmouse
March 19th, 2013, 01:50 AM
My good news story is Steve was home for almost an entire week, got my plumbing working right again....and it was great to have him home..(he drives a semi long haul and is not home for 3 -6 weeks at a time).

Mchelem
March 19th, 2013, 01:52 AM
My good news story is that today was just a take it easy day. I stayed home with the dogs, enjoyed the sunshine and just relaxed.

pcbatiks
March 19th, 2013, 09:51 AM
My good news story is that today was just a take it easy day. I stayed home with the dogs, enjoyed the sunshine and just relaxed.


Don't you just love this springtime weather before we get the hot miserable muggies!

Sandy Navas
March 19th, 2013, 11:09 AM
My good news story? Since my household has increased in numbers and often the level of noise drives me up the wall (sorry - sensory overload) my SIL has replaced my dishwasher with a new one, my old stove top with one that is easy to clean, the kids have brought me joy at times when I felt there was no more available, and their space requirements are forcing me to downsize - which I truly need to do.

How's that for a very long run-on sentence?

SallyO'Sews
March 19th, 2013, 12:18 PM
My good news story is that I am alive today! God has been most merciful to me.

Evilynn
March 19th, 2013, 12:26 PM
My good news story is that everybody thinks that I said bye bye to my cancer along with my breast. We will have to wait a bit to be sure but that truly sounds encouraging!!