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I think they call it a blog, but I just want to let you know how all of this makes me feel. Because I’m very concerned by the whole situation. I can’t stop thinking about it. It’s the first thing on my mind when I wake up, and even when I’m out doing groceries, the only thing I think about are those two girls, my granddaughters.


People often ask me if it isn’t hard for me, doing all of this on your own? And I think by myself, why hard for me? I’ve a full live, a great job, nice friends and family and yes, I’ve got two chronically ill daughters. But that is in the first place very hard for them. They’re the ones having to deal with all the pain and suffering and limitations in their daily life. And off course it hurts me to see them struggle through the day or when they have to cancel plans because the body just doesn’t cooperate. But still, it especially effects them and is hard for them. I can’t complain.


We’ve started the fundraising a week ago and the it has a big impact on our family life. Like me, Jane and Rosa are not the asking for help type. So the fundraising and the reactions to results in quite a bit of tension in the house. This had several consequences.


Today, the 30th of July I finally can visit the bank for the access code for the business account so I can see what you guys have donated. Exciting, because I know that some people had made big transfers, but I couldn’t tell how much.