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Sunday, March 27, 2011

All the best juju for COFFEE Mate, John

Take a minute and shoot out some big love, good juju, and heartfelt prayers to one of our new COFFEE mates, John, whose family had a big, nasty scare. John's dad had a massive heart attack last week, survived (miraculously, it seems), and is starting the recovery road.

Shout outs to John and the whole Shaffer Crew! And speedy and thorough healing to Terry!

John is recounting the journey here: http://mydogshoba.blogspot.com/

8 comments:

John said...

Thanks P. I'll probably post about this here and have been documenting over at my blog. But yeah, it was a miracle that he survived.

Angie said...

Lots of good juju and healing mojo coming at you, John. I have been following your posts and Jason's on Facebook, and I am so glad to hear that your Dad is doing better. Give him a big hug for me!

patresa said...

Just added the link to your blog, John.

What a time this is. Ugh.

amy said...

Wow, that WAS a nasty scare John. Way too many nasty scares in one brief period. Many big jujus and humongous healing vibes to all of you.

Katie said...

Oh wow. Many, many back pats and internet equivalent of hot dishes coming your way. I am so glad to hear that he is still with us. I'm also glad you're keeping us posted. My thoughts are with you guys!!

Tanner May (Tanya) said...

My thoughts and many prayers are with you John!!! What a scare. I hope your dad is feeling better each and every single day. :)

Steph said...

Many thoughts & prayers coming your way, and Dad's, too! Know I'm late in the game, but I've been thinking about ya'll!! Hope things are getting back to normal... will check the blog soon.

T-Free said...

So glad he survived, John. My dad had a pretty bad one a few years ago, got some stents put in to open three of the five almost completely blocked arteries, and has been doing great ever since. I hope your dad is up and at 'em in no time. Sending positivity and prayers in the direction of your family right now. xoxo.