Wrong question. Better: what I would do without Linda?
Answer: blank, zippo, nada, none. I refuse to consider it; I never want to find out.
My entire family is moved deeply by the support, prayers, hugs, tears and virtual hands to hold that came our way as a result of Linda's phenomenal memory for passwords and her unique gift for finding creative ways to lighten the load for a friend. How she does it all is beyond me, given that just about everyone she meets ends up in the friend category.
I'd like to think that I will eventually personally thank all who responded to Linda's post and took the time to come here to leave words of encouragement in the form of comments to my prior post. I'd also like to think I'm hitting the Mega Millions jackpot this week, and that by next week I'll be rounding Linda and all you other kind folks up for a month in Maui.
My Real-O-Meter tells me that the odds of either happening are not favorable.
So, I'll keep it simple and from the heart. Thank you. I'll never forget any of you, and I hope someday to join you here in the Blogosphere.