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Oh Eileen! We will definitley add her to our prayers!

Praying for her and for you, too. I have another friend who was recently diagnosed and has been such an inspiration. It is amazing to see what God can do with the bad to bring good out of it!

God Bless,
Jane

Yes, I will pray for her and all who love her. I'll also put her on a prayer request list in our neck of the woods. God will know who we mean by "Eileen's sister."

(((((hugs))))))))))))

Thanks, Eileenie. Love you and like you.

Eileen, count my prayers in.

Eileen, I will most certainly be praying for your dear sister.

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