Sunday, 12 November 2017

The messages of condolence and stories of Jamie’s inspiring attitude from people who have met him throughout every stage of his life being it school, university, sport or just in casual passing have been incredible. Being covered even on national news alongside personal social media being covered, thank you all for your messages, we appreciate each and every one, we just hope that his legacy lives on through the people he has inspired over the years. ❤️❤️

Any donations in Jamie's memory can be made on the link below to be split evenly between Marie Curie, as without them the last 3 months would’ve been impossible and Cardiff University Brain Cancer Research facilities to hopefully help put an end to cancer.


Regards, 

Luke & Susan MacDonald

❤️

7 comments:

  1. I am so so sorry. My twin sister has an astrocytoma too and I’ve been following Jamie’s story. My heart is broken for you all. X

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  2. So sorry for your loss. Jamie was a beautiful boy. I hope you can find the strength to find comfort in his memory.

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  3. So sorry to hear this Sue. Thoughts are with you and the family x

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  5. I started following this blog after Jamie posted the link on his Instagram bio. I didn’t know him except through social media but I am genuinely gutted to hear this. I had been checking periodically over the last few months and was wondering why there had been no further updates since the last news that “Timmy” had started to show activity again - especially as he was optimistic that his next MRI scan would reveal some positive news.

    His outlook following his diagnosis was unbelievably positive and the blog such a fascinating read with all the highs (and unfortunate lows) - it did seem at times like it was a fight he could have genuinely won. He was truly inspirational.

    So sorry for both your losses.

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  6. I am so, so terribly sorry for your loss. I only heard about Jamie last week when watching Celebrity Hunted on Catch Up and consequently read his blog. As a mother myself I can’t even begin to imagine what you are going through but wanted to let you know how impressed I was with all that Jamie had achieved even before his shock diagnosis but then how he dealt with the worst possible news was nothing short of inspiring. He was clearly a talented, intelligent and personable young man, I would be proud if my own boys turned out like him. He clearly made you and your late husband very proud. Thinking of you all and hope you find some solace in each other’s memories of Jamie. Sending very best wishes.

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  7. I am so sorry to hear this devastating news. Condolences are sent to your family at this very sad time. I really enjoyed reading Jamie's blog from the beginning despite the seriousness of it's cause. I didn't know him personally but just knew what a clever, brave, funny and inspirational young person he was and being a retired teacher loved his obsession with correct grammar. His blog conveyed so much strength. Your loss is huge and I send heartfelt best wishes..

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