Get Well, Caring Thoughts, Sympathy

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May you find comfort in the knowledge that others care and sympathize with you.

May these words of sympathy and understanding, too, bring comfort on the loss of one so very dear to you.

Hoping your treasured memories bring you comfort day by day.

May those beautiful yesterdays always remain in your heart, and your sorrow gently fade away.

Being in the hospital is a downer but look on the bright side; you get breakfast in bed!

May the God of all comfort bring you peace and healing.

Drugs are not always necessary.  Belief in recovery always is.

It won’t be long before you’re better and back to being your same old self again; enjoy this rest while it lasts!

Comfy jammies, cozy bed, fluffy pillow for your head.  Worry not, the world can wait.  Take your time… recuperate!

Wishing you a speedy recovery.

Don’t tell God how big the storm is… Tell the storm how big your God is!

(Hang in There on front) Hoping each day brings you closer to you goal!

Feel better soon… Otherwise, I’ll be forced to call you and sing “High Hopes” really loud and off-key.

I hear your giddy-up got up and went! Hope you’re back in the saddle again soon!

(Dog on front) Hope your nose is cold and wet again soon! Get well!

Lots of people are thinking of you and hoping you feel better… I just wanted to let you know I’m one of them.

Sorry you’re having a “bad hair” kind of week.

No coward soul mine; no trembler in the world’s storm-troubled sphere. I see heaven’s glory shine and faith shines equal; arming me from fear. ~ Emily Bronte

All Life is an experiment: The more experiments you make, the better.

Ruff Day?

Better get better!

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a memory no one can steal.

We are never prepared for the loss of a loved one. But God is always prepared to help us through that loss.

May His presence begin the healing in your heart and soul, and may His love surround you with the comfort only He can give.

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning to dance in the rain.

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