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I wish there was something I could say or do to bring you comfort right now. You and your family will remain in my prayers. And please know that if you need to talk or want to meet for coffee or ANYTHING that I am here for you.


Jill, I have just caught up on everything that is going on with you. I wish I had some comfort to offer, but I can't think of anything. You and your family are in my most fervent prayers.


Oh Jill. My heart is breaking for you and those you love. I will be praying for you and trusting with you that our Lord will see you through this dark time.

Please take care of yourself.



I so admire your strength and your faith. It is unwavering and beautiful. I am so sorry this is all happening to you. I will pray for you that you continue to have the strength to endure what lies ahead.


I'm with Kate. Your steadfast faith and your strength are amazing to me. I'm sending up prayers for all of you.


Your faith is such a testament to our God. Wow. I don't even know if the superest of super-Christians could stand. After you've done all you can....stand.

I am amazed. I will commit to praying for your family. Contrary to popular opinion, prayers still are heard by God. Even when He seems far, He is so close, Jill. God bless you, honey. *hug*


Jill, I am so very sorry. Still praying for you.


Dear Jill, this is all just so sad. My heart is so heavy for you and for your parents and for your friend. These burdens are so very hard to bear.

Wishing you strength and love -- and hoping that this dark, dark hour soon gives way to warm and healing light.


Just wanted to let you know how much I was thinking of you. One of this things is too much to have to deal with, much less all off it.


If positive thoughts and waves of virtual hugs from random people who come across your blog mean anything, you WILL get your happy ending. Know that a lot of nameless, faceless people are hoping and wishing you get the child you desire and deserve.

Hugs and more hugs.


I wish you'd had better news about your pregnancy. I will continue to hope and pray for your baby, who is still alive. It is very hard to deal with so many crises at once. My mother's cancer severely complicated my grieving process for my miscarriage. I simply could not deal with so much all at one time. I wish I could help you somehow. I don't understand why these things happen, either. One thing that I felt at the time was a desperate sense of insecurity, as if every single thing that I love in my life could now be ripped away from me. It has taken me a long time to get back to a sense of peace and trust. I had horrible visions of my whole house burning down, my husband and son dying. You go through life thinking that there is some kind of limit on the pain and loss you can experience at one time, and then there's not, and that is a deeply frightening realization. But God can get us through it. Trust in him and he will pull you through. That is the one thing that cannot be taken from you. I never thought I would feel okay again, but I do. You will, too. I continue to pray for you.


I'm still praying too.


praying for you and your family and friends.

Salome Ellen

Your name is now at the TOP of the prayer list - for whatever you need to cope and survive and keep trusting God. Also sending an internet hug!


I will continue to pray and hope for you and your baby and family. It is a matter of prayer, and togetherness that will get you through this hard time.

Prayers for you, and your baby, your father and family, and your dear friend.

My heart goes out to you.


Prayers. I'm so sorry.


Jill - I have no words that will make this all better, but I wish that I did. Know that you, your family, and your friend are all in my prayers. Sending love your way and praying for all of you.


This is so heartbreaking- I'm sorry life has thrown so much crap your way in such a short period of time. Thinking of you, and your dad, and your friend, and your baby...


Wow. I had been checking back on your blog since the holidays ended and just got caught up today. I am so sorry for all the things you are dealing with right now. It does seem that things come in waves..almost to the point where it is hard to believe. My MIL always told me (when we were going through IF) that "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger". It really didnt give me much comfort at the time but it turned out to be true. You, your family and your friend are in my thoughts and prayers.


I'm very sorry to read this news. I know nothing I say will help, but I am sending strength to you to get through all of this.


Jill, like everyone here, I wish there were words that could truly express what I think and that they could be of comfort. You are so strong and brave. God Bless You.


Jill, I check regularly in the hopes that there will be good news, and I'm stunned and heartbroken to read that you are going through this much heartache all at once. My prayers are with you, your family and your friend.


Jill, I am so, so sorry for all that is happening in your life.


Oh Man!
What I don't understand is how 1 woman can suffer so much and stay as strong as you have been. I admire that you can't be taken down. This will all come back to you in the end, somehow. You will see a light at the end of the tunnel, eventually.


I'm so sorry. Sending you love, strength, and prayers.

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