One of My Favorite ‘It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over’ Examples

17 Responses

  1. geewits says:

    I hate when I'm on a party vacation with my friend and someone asks if we are mother and daughter. I wonder how your friends deal with that. In New Orleans I made a guy get down on his knees and sing "You've Lost That Loving Feeling" to me. I bet your friends are nicer.

  2. Pam says:

    Such fantastic adventures your two wonderful friends are having, and I salute their joy in life.

  3. actonbell says:

    Aw, now I'm all chocked up–but in a good way:)

  4. furiousBall says:

    that's awesome, rare to see that kind of carpe diem, goodness

  5. Jenn @ Juggling Life says:

    I think I'd like to hear the story of how you met them as well!

  6. lime says:

    wow, now that's living with gusto. more power to them.

  7. Jeni says:

    A great post about an obviously terrific pair. Chemo isn't always the do-all of medicine but all things considered, it generally does beat the alternative -by a long, long mile!

  8. kmkat says:

    So that's Virginia? She rocks!

  9. Fragrant Liar says:

    Just goes to prove you never can tell where you will find love, and that you shouldn't waste the opportunity when you do.

  10. lindbloom says:

    Oh how we love our joce, her groom, paco and that girl…thanks for a wonderful weekend…for laughs…love…and walking with us in this crazy fabulous life…

  11. secret agent woman says:

    Whoa – new template! And pretzels! And a post about way cool frineds!

  12. Meg says:

    Their romance would make an awesome screenplay! There's something about a love that defies preconceived notions, isn't there?

  13. tattytiara says:

    Motorcycles are the best for riding into sunsets together because you get to snuggle and drive at the same time.

  14. christopher says:

    Great inspiration. Your friends Virginia and Kirsten sound like wonderful people. And perhaps Virginia's strong spirit may keep the cancer at bay, equal to the chemo.

    I haven't been around for a while…love the pretzels and new design. I had been up against the dark backdrop difficulties as well.

  15. Deborah says:

    I second the motion of wanting to know how you met them. This is an pretty unconventional coupledom no matter which way you look at it – proof that love exists in all kinds of ways. They sound like a remarkable pair who have grabbed on to life with a ferocious grip, and are having a wonderful ride.

  16. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    I love a happy love story–those photos! Oh y!

  17. alwaysinthebackrow says:

    To be this couple and in southern Minnesota, no less! They are awesome in so many ways. Best wishes to both of them on their journey……..together.

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