Thursday, March 27, 2008

Thank you

On days that I feel it is unfair to have this trauma happen to me, my daughter, my family, and I turn to my blog and my daughter's blog to read all the comments that many friends and strangers have left. We are comforted by all the blessings and thoughts. Even though I do not reply all the time, please know that I really appreciate all the kind words that have helped me get up every morning and hope to see the miracle happen.


Melanie Woods said...

I went to high school with Ada and was in showchoir with her but I'm not sure you would remember meeting me. I didn't get a chance to see her when I was home for Spring Break so I wanted to make sure you knew that she has so many people praying for her and sending positive vibes her way (which from the looks of this blog, you know).

I think your strength and positivity is amazing and so admirable. We all believe in Ada so much and even though some of us can't visit her, she is loved and she is being cheered on from a distance.

All my love and good vibes,
Melanie Woods
Pike class of '03

Anonymous said...

My heart jumped for joy when you wrote 2 posts on Friday, March 28h about Ada's day. I was really excited to hear she is breathing without a respirator, and loved hearing how the nursing staff put her in a chair!! I've been praying for her every day and I think of you and her A LOT!!! ((big hug)) to you both.

1835700 said...

Thank you so much for taking time to report on Ada's progress. It means so much for me and all of our friends. No matter how long it takes for Ada to recover fully, we will wait and we will pray.
Look after yourself too my dear Ponsawan.

P.S. This is Charin's son: I hope Ada recovers very soon.

Anonymous said...

Oh, gosh, Ponsawan! Don't worry about not replying all the time or even at all - we know you're busy with Ada and keeping your own strength up. We're not the priority, Ada is and so are you, because she needs you.

I want you to know that your family is in MY family's thoughts and prayers every day. We were very excited to read your updates on the 28th; it's clear that Ada is a fighter :). My stepmother, having been where you are with my youngest brother, is praying for you, particularly; she knows what you're going through and how hard it is.

Hugs and prayers going up,
Mary Kaye Waterson
(claymama at pcc)

CU# 1835024 said...


From Melbourne, Ting celebrated Ada's good news by writing beautiful Thai words to all CU friends.

Too bad we cannot post in Thai for Ada. I am sure Ada will be forgiving even if she has to ask you to read it for her.

On second thought, if Ada can read Thai; then my apology and heart-felt congratulations on your successes as parents.

We are over-joyed with Ada's progress. Please give Jennifer a big hug from me.

Non-stop prayers and love are with you always.


Anonymous said...

Keeping both you and Ada in my prayers. Sending you lots of hugs.

Melissa (from PCC -winterdreamdragon)