Wednesday, March 08, 2006

New Address Requests

Since Erica will probably be released from the hospital this weekend, some folks are asking for our new address. Cards, packages, letters are wonderful medicine- so keep 'em coming! However, we don't feel comfortable putting our address online like this, but if you're a friend who'd like our new address, would you mind responding to this blog with your e-mail address and we'll reply asap?

28 comments:

jessica said...

Hey! It's Jessica Ochoa. My email address is jochoa6997@aol.com.

Matty said...

Hey Erica,
Glad to hear you are going home soon. My email address is mattnshari@comcast.net. Keep smilin. Matt Nelson

Gordon said...

Hi Jaci, Gordon here.

gordon.a.trujillo@comcast.net

joyce said...

It's the final countdown! Do do do doo...

Hey Erica, sorry I haven't made more posts, but you don't understand how bad I want Thursday to be over with...2 big presentations down, lots more to go! But in about 36 hours, I will be touching down in Boston. I'm SOOOOO excited to see you! How's that picture coming along?

Anyway, let your mom know that my mom found all the boxes of Red Rose and they'll be coming down with me as requested!

Have a great day sweety!

Love,Joyce

Ambur said...

Hi Jaci, my email is AmburRozok@netscape.net. Thank you!

TokyoGyoza said...

Erica, its me Helen

email helen_hehehe@yahoo.com.au

mkuhar said...

Erica - My name is Marilyn Kuhar; I am the wife of Dean Sheehan and I work for the American Cancer Society, New England. We have wonderful staff throughout the Boston area and marvellous programs to help you AND YOUR CAREGIVERS as you cope with all this stuff. Our BWH contact works out of the ACS Boston office; her name is Addy Callwood and can be reached at 617-878-4126 or addy.callwood@cancer.org. I would be happy to contact her, on your behalf. Please feel free to contact me directly, as well: at 508-270-4832(office);by email marilyn.kuhar@cancer.org; or, by cell at 781-799-9182. As you probably know, Jerry was diagnosed with Stage IV invasive melanoma almost four years ago; he endured one entire year (yep, 52 weeks) of grueling treatment (not as bad as yours - just longer!)for which I and our children are very grateful. I also lost my mother to cancer in Dec 04; she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor on Mother's Day 04 and passed away 7 months later. Cancer doesn't "touch" our lives - it kicks us in the stomach. The love and support of friends and family is a great source of strength and your blog shows that you have lots of both. You are also at one of the world's best hospitals (Jerry's surgeries were at BWH and his outpatient treatment at DFCI). ACS knows lots of extracurricular support options available in the community, so I hope you and your caregivers will call upon us. Remember, we are YOUR American Cancer Society. All my positive energy is being sent your way and, if your Mom would like to have tea, see a museum, go shopping, whatever, while she is here, let me know. All the best, Marilyn
P.S. ACS has a 24/7 help line: 1-800-ACS-2345 and a terrific website, www.cancer.org.

mkuhar said...

Erica - My name is Marilyn Kuhar; I am the wife of Dean Sheehan and I work for the American Cancer Society, New England. We have wonderful staff throughout the Boston area and marvellous programs to help you AND YOUR CAREGIVERS as you cope with all this stuff. Our BWH contact works out of the ACS Boston office; her name is Addy Callwood and can be reached at 617-878-4126 or addy.callwood@cancer.org. I would be happy to contact her, on your behalf. Please feel free to contact me directly, as well: at 508-270-4832(office);by email marilyn.kuhar@cancer.org; or, by cell at 781-799-9182. As you probably know, Jerry was diagnosed with Stage IV invasive melanoma almost four years ago; he endured one entire year (yep, 52 weeks) of grueling treatment (not as bad as yours - just longer!)for which I and our children are very grateful. I also lost my mother to cancer in Dec 04; she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor on Mother's Day 04 and passed away 7 months later. Cancer doesn't "touch" our lives - it kicks us in the stomach. The love and support of friends and family is a great source of strength and your blog shows that you have lots of both. You are also at one of the world's best hospitals (Jerry's surgeries were at BWH and his outpatient treatment at DFCI). ACS knows lots of extracurricular support options available in the community, so I hope you and your caregivers will call upon us. Remember, we are YOUR American Cancer Society. All my positive energy is being sent your way and, if your Mom would like to have tea, see a museum, go shopping, whatever, while she is here, let me know. All the best, Marilyn
P.S. ACS has a 24/7 help line: 1-800-ACS-2345 and a terrific website, www.cancer.org.

kelly said...

Home soon! Yay...
My email:
KRS@penfieldsmith.com
Thanks!
Kelly Smith

artineh said...

Hey Jaci,
I would love your new address... I've been meaning to send something but anticipating the move. My email is asamkian@gmail.com. Thanks so much for all your efforts. Sisters are the best! (I have two myself)

Erica,
I'm so happy to hear that you are leaving the hospital. It only means you are getting stronger and better! Keep that smile big and beautiful.

love,
artineh

ted said...

Hey there! We will see ya soon! My email address is ted@lucidlotus.com.

Ted Sheets

Becky Taylor said...

Hi,
So happy you are going home! My email address is rtadvantage@hotmail.com.
Thanks,
Becky Taylor

Erik said...

hey jaci, i have some mail i want to send to erica, could you pass on the new address? thanks!
erik (uma's husband)
dimsumday@gmail.com

Lariba8 said...

Hey Erica and Jaci,
It's Shane...My email address is Slariba@meguiars.com.

lyssa said...

Hi Erica, it's Lyssa (Bess' friend from HS) and I'd love to have your address. My email address is: lyssa@whitties.org

My thoughts are with you!

Clif said...

Hey Jaci. You already have my e-mail address.

Schatzi said...

Hi Jaci and Erica,
I am so happy to hear you get to go home. Yeah!!
alohaschatzi@gmail.com.
lots of love
Schatzi

Tracy said...

Hello Erica and Jaci,

Erica I am so glad to hear you are going home. My e-mail address is Tdbprincess125@yahoo.com. What can I send to you? Any movies or books or magazines you would like??? I am putting something together for you. Please know that the entire class of 97 is thinking of you and sends their love, thoughts and prayers.

Vice President Baltar said...

Hey Erica -

Its Lee Belland Belland@gmail.com the gang from A100 wants your contact info to send you cards as well your sister's email.

Lee

Erik Rasmussen said...

erica,

brian oseran and i are in seattle thinking of you and from one norris quadmate to another, keep going strong. get well soon dammit!

erik rasmussen
seattle, wa
3/12/06

Erik Rasmussen said...

EMAIL:

EKR7806@gmail.com

Anita said...

Hi, Erica
I finally figured it all out and can post a reply. You are so mighty and strong so i could not give up.

Please send me your new address.

Know with all assurance that you are in my daily prayers

Anita said...

My age is really showing now, i forgot to post my email. It is wrcomm@mindspring.com

Keep healing

Juliet said...

Hi, it's Erica's long lost rugby friends, Juliet and Owen. Can you send us the new address?

juliet.robinson@williams.com

Rosanne Borsch said...

Hey Erica,
Congratulations on going home. I still have this package waiting to be mailed so your new address would be great! My email is rsborsch@hotmail.com
Thanks,
Rosanne

Jay said...

Hi Erica,

It's Jay from A100. jay_heung@yahoo.com

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Rachel said...

Rachel Laybourn here. My email address is racholefrijole@gmail.com. Also let me know if there are any particular items that would be most welcome at this time - books? movies? treats? anything?

thanks