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JustKaz

JustKaz Report 3 Mar 2008 20:17

big (((((((hugs)))))))
xxxxxxxxxx

(¯`*•.¸JUPITER JOY AND HER CRYSTAL BALLS(¯`*•.¸

(¯`*•.¸JUPITER JOY AND HER CRYSTAL BALLS(¯`*•.¸ Report 3 Mar 2008 20:26

well done jen..............thankyou genesxxx

HeatherinLeicestershire

HeatherinLeicestershire Report 3 Mar 2008 20:29

(((HUGS))) for you & yours Gillian xxxxxxxxx

MaggyfromWestYorkshire

MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 3 Mar 2008 20:32

Just want to remind people you can also google CRY (cardiac risk in the young).

Rose

Rose Report 3 Mar 2008 20:36

for stephen , baby stephen
and a very brave lady gillian jennifer
((((((((hugs )))))))))))
to them all
.....................rosexx..............

*.*mag*nolia*.*

*.*mag*nolia*.* Report 3 Mar 2008 20:49

love and hugs

what to say

Love Maggie

Harpstrings

Harpstrings Report 3 Mar 2008 20:51

My heart goes out to you for your tragic loss of both Stephen and his dear son, how cruel life is.

God must think you a very special lady as He chose you to bear this heavy cross, to witness to those of us who are left behind to wonder and be grateful and say "God willing, this will never happen to us".

with love
Tina x

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 3 Mar 2008 20:52

My nephew Simon has Brugada, another strain of SADS, his only hope is to have a defribullator fitted which is expected to happen within the month, he would not have known about this but for Stephen, he would just have died, suddenly. That is why I want everybody to be aware of this silent killer, it strikes so quickly, and marks us for life.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 3 Mar 2008 21:15

Two tragedies and still you fight on for others. Bless you Jennifer and bless Stephen and Stephen junior.



There is a big piece in tonights local paper about the lad that died in Gloucester a few months back. I don't know if you remember me saying at the time. The inquest showed he died of SADS. His school are collecting money for a memorial for him and any money left after they purchase it will be given to cRY. There is also an explanation about SADS in the paper. To read it google Gloucestershire newspapers and look at The citizen.

Gradually the message is getting around.

Ann
Glos

Lady Cutie

Lady Cutie Report 3 Mar 2008 21:18

Bless you Gillian,
You also have my full support
and admiration.
(((((((((hugs ))))))))))
Hazelx

Carole

Carole Report 3 Mar 2008 21:22

God bless you and your family xxx keep up the wonderful job you are doing in memory of those you loved and lost xxx

*~~*Posh*~~*

*~~*Posh*~~* Report 3 Mar 2008 21:26

I am Thinking of you as always. xxxx

Kay????

Kay???? Report 3 Mar 2008 21:49


Thats good news to see Jen,,,,hope its more a success than before,,and you have sounding results with all your hard work,,,,,,,,,x

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 3 Mar 2008 22:01

Thank you all, I will go and google the newspaper now, bless his parents, gosh how they must be feeling, I fight on for this education and awareness to try, even in a tiny way, to limit the amount of deaths to this silent killer, and with your help, this number will eventually come down, have you all signed the petition for this?

Rose

Rose Report 3 Mar 2008 22:04

goodnight nudgexx

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 3 Mar 2008 22:12

Thank you Ann, here is a snippet from that report.

Jack may you R.I.P. and may your parents find solace. Gillian Jennifer.

Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is a non-traumatic, unexpected heart attack within as little as six hours of previously witnessed normal health.

And experts estimate that at least eight young people die each week in the UK of cardiac abnormalities.

Bev said Jack's postmortem report had recorded this as the cause of death but that doctors found no abnormalities with his heart and said he had died of natural causes.

She said: "It shocked me when I found out there were so many cases like this every year. It can really happen to anyone even very fit athletic people. For us it really is one day at a time. In a way not having a real reason still makes it very difficult to understand.

"But I'm really pleased about all the things the students and school are doing, it is all really positive. I know losing Jack hit them hard too and their hard work and kindness has been lovely."

For more information about Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, visit www.c-r-y.org.uk

XX.

Nolls from Harrogate

Nolls from Harrogate Report 3 Mar 2008 22:13

Well done Gillian I'm glad to hear GR have let you start your thread again. Your an inspiration to everyone with all your hard work. God Bless.

Norah x

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 3 Mar 2008 22:14

R.I.P. Jack and his Mother's words, not having a real reason, echo my thoughts exactly XX.

Gillian Jennifer

Gillian Jennifer Report 3 Mar 2008 22:30

Goodnight Stephen and Jack XX.

Carole

Carole Report 3 Mar 2008 22:33

Gods lent child
I'll lend you for a little while a child of mine , God said,
For you to love the while he lives, and mourn for when he's dead.
It may be six or seven years, or forty-two or three,
But will you, till I call him back, take care of him for me?
He'll bring his charms to gladden you. And should his stay be breif
You'll always have his memories as a solace in your grief,
I cannot promise he will stay, since all from earth return,
But there are lessons taught below I want this child to learn.
I've looked the whole world over in my search for teachers true
and from the folk that crowd lifes lane I have chosen you.
Now will you give him all your love and not think the labour vain,
nor hate me when I come to take this lent child back again?
I fancy that I heard them say Dear God Thy will be done.
For all the joys this child will bring the risk of grief we'll run.
We will shelter him with tenderness, we'll love him while we may.
And for all the happiness we've ever known, we'll ever grateful stay.
But should the angels call him, much sooner than we'd planned, we will brave the bitter grief that comes, and try to understand.

From a Doris Stokes book