New URL

Dear Readers,

Just FYI, in case you want to update your bookmarks, Jenny’s webpage is now located at jenannlynn.org — no longer at jennylynn.org.

Don’t worry, you won’t get lost if you are looking for her old website. All traffic over there has been programmed to automatically redirect over here, to the new address.

If you are confused or need help, feel free to send me an email. This was all done to make managing her website simpler for everyone involved.

Thanks!

2 comments

  1. Hi Jenny,

    So glad you sent your change of url to Indy. I had lost the other one. I’m also very glad to hear how well you are coping and to see by the pictures and your writings how much stronger you are getting.

    We lost our little grand-daughter to leukemia last July (2006), and it has really brought me down, even knowing where she is, I’m having a hard time with the separation. She is the one Mark blessed. I really miss her.

    I dreamt you a few nights ago. In the dream myself and another friend went to visit you where you were in therapy; and you, Mark and the children all came into the room from another room where we were waiting to visit with you. You were your usual cheerful self; but you were totally restored. That was such a good dream. I can see that you haven’t been totally restored yet; but wow amazing stuff that you are doing with your disability. So glad to see that.

    Take care and know that I think of you often. My Jessie has grown up quite a bit; but then you’ve been gone now for quite a while. My little grand-daughter who was born in February also — still reminds me so much of Jessie in facial expressions and things she says. Please tell all your children “hello” for me. They are growing up so fast.

  2. Jenny,

    I saw an article with a page you created in a digital scrapbooking magazine. I loved your page design and decided to check out your website. You have an amazing recovery story and I love the determination you have to do what you love.

    I wanted to share with you a something that I do as a digital scrapbooker. I am a consultant for Heritage Makers. This company is an online publishing company that helps you create your own storybooks and digital scrapbooks. This is the most amazing company because you can use the publishing system to create your digital scrapbooks and then you submit them for publishing and they arrive at your door as a beautiful, long-lasting hardboud book. You can do all this from your own home computer. You don’t have to print the pages yourself or store all of your scrapbooking content on your computer. It is all stored in your own secure account (including all your pictures!)

    If this interests you, please call me or check out my website http://www.storeyourstories.com (801) 362-0733. I would love to help you get started and put your adorable pages into a lifetime guaranteed book.

    Best of luck and I can’t wait to hear from you,

    Lori Orton

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