Thank You

Thank you all for sharing your love and support with Jen and our family during Jen’s journey and after her passing.  It is comforting to know that so many continue to carry Jen in their hearts along with us.  You all are special to us–whether you posted a comment; sent prayers; 
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Jen joined her welcome home party in Heaven

Thank you for your support.  Here is the obituary we are posting to the paper.  Thank you. Jen is survived by the most amazing son she could ask for, Corbin age 6; an incredibly loving and emotionally generous family; parents Fred and Nancy Arnold; brother Eric (Christy) Arnold; and s
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Celebrating an Early Birthday

  We have had many requests to see how Jen is doing so here is an update from our family:  Although Jen’s fatigue and shortness of breath keep increasing and kept her in bed most of the time, Jen decided that she wanted to  surprise Corbin and do something fun when he came for a
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Open House and an Update

After seemingly finding the magic cocktail of meds at the hospital to control Jen’s nausea and vomiting, they are no longer working.  Hospice continues to try options to make Jen more comfortable.  However, right now, any liquids or movement out of bed triggers more vomiting.  S
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Update

I was hospitalized for almost a week due to severe nausea, pain and fatigue.  It’s a fine balance to find the meds and doses that treat the symptoms without making me feel completely snowed. My oncologist and some fantastic nurses were able to get my nausea and pain under contro
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An Update from the Family

From Jen’s family We are so grateful for all the love, support and prayers that you all are sending to Jen and our family.  Jen wants each of you to know how much this means to her. We will share your outreach with Jen but please do not expect her to reply to messages or texts a
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Moments

Since my last post about entering hospice, there have been some powerful, meaningful moments.  I’ll share those below, but first wanted to comment on hospice.  I have watched a lot of friends die.  And in seeing this happen, I’ve seen so many that wait until they are suffering before
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Fab U Wish granted!!

For those of you not on Facebook, my Fab-U-Wish has been granted!!!  Check out E! News tonight!!!!  
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Hospice

In the past several weeks, there have been multiple chest xrays, a chest CT scan, surgeries to put two semi-permanent drains in my lungs, and several doctor’s appointments.  The drains allow me (well, my mom, the best nurse ever!) to drain at home and ease my breathing issues (coughin
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280 pills later…

Since my last post, a lot has happened.   I’ve been popping pills. I’ve swallowed 280 pills, most of which are experimental; umm I guess “investigational” is the PC term.  I’ve taken 10 pills in the morning and 10 pills at night every day for 14 days.  Now I have one week off to
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