Sunday, July 1, 2012

Community Supportive!

For KingsIsle Community:

Hello again,

I just want to point to that link from Valerian. When Valerian posted the "Wizard Stories of Supportive Friends" that I read and I am suggest to you please to share the experience of your life which were or still struggle, please post there.  Not my blog, but want to share over there.  Thank you.

It made me thinking hard since I read that link of Valerian's blog.  I give the credit to him make me think hard since we found out that my son has little problem with eye called Coat's Disease. I just wanted to share my experience of my family problems in 2012. I knew that we will be struggle with times for doctor's appointments, surgeries, therapy, bills/debts and health problems as like tired, sickness, and my husband's kidney stone. In past post I put the post of talk about my son's news.  Well, we passed of 6 months past of 2012: 5 surgeries, lot of times visit Doctor appointments with long hours of waiting (which I lost counts since) and exhausting time to watch over my family to get better.  I am grateful for irl families, friends and this KingIsle community who prayed and still praying, support of need and be there as spirit for us.

The reason I loved to read Valerian's post about "Wizard Stories of Supportive Friends, it made me feel like I am not alone, he needed help, everyone need help, and I need help as well.  Everyone has their own problems, struggles and need supportive.  It is amazing to see this community who pray for us who needed help.  If you have problems or need support, ask us in twitter, we will do our best to be there as spirit and thinking of you.

Since my son has little problem with Coat's disease in few months ago, well, almost a year ago, we didn't know and not understand what my son said about his eye that he can't see, but we didn't know until about December 2011 that we made the appointment for general eye doctor to check our eyes, we found out about that rare kind of disease.  We were so sad but we kept going, we don't give up.  We has supportive from IRL families and friends, after I made announcement about my son in my blog and my IRL families, wanted to share that to you which my times are little for wizard101 but do my best times to share information from test realm, crafting, gardening and other stuff as you need to know.  I feel so supportive and so strong from you as Wizard101 Players.  You made me keep going, never give up and feel love, care and kind.  Yes, I been struggle as mother of my son, has to accept as he has coat's disease.  I has emotional up and down.  I been thinking of him since he is my son.  I do have my daughter, she is fine as well, sometimes stubborn like me, haha.... well, I sometimes feel like I am weak and exhausting since we found out. But in few days ago, that doctor checked his eye after surgery, she is so happy and she said that my son's eye is improved than before.  She said his eye doing great, much better than last time.  I was relief but I don't know if still more surgeries in next 6 or 12 months later.  Doctor warned to us as I remembered said about one year to 18 months that still process of eye develop as needed therapy, surgery and other stuff that they doing.  It is still very challenge for us.  We been through 5 surgeries and lot of times with appointments for half of year 2012. But I want to point to this community make me strong and keep going.  I just want to say thank you for your supportive and be there as spirit for me and my family.

Recently about one month ago, my husband has kidney stone, it was so frustrating that my son has surgery and my husband been in pain.  It was hard and challenge for me to take care of all family members who were sick, in pain or need attention.  But I love my family no matter what they sometimes give me hard time but they let me take little break once in while.  I loved them so much!  I never give up on them.

 All I wanted to let you know that
You are not alone! 
Never give up!
Our community spirit keep you to be strong and keep going!
You are not alone!

I wish you Good Luck with Spiral!


  1. It's very hard to go through family sickness, and I'm glad there are others who understand this. This community is just plain wonderful, some of the nicest and most supportive I have known. Best wishes (and best recoveries) to your son and husband!

  2. This is a very touching and inspiring post. Hang in there, you're not alone! :)