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No need to apologise Phyllis, no problem at all. And I'm in Bucks, UK.
:-))) yes, and we all seem to be on the same page too. Sorry Kate, I'm still getting used to proper names and tag names, some people have more than one.
hi, kate. your support is much appreciated. do you live in the States? i live on the isle of anglesey, north wales!! good to hear from you.
phyllis, hanne goes under the tag of "elfie". she has other but that is her main one. girls, do you remember those days when we talked about parties, cinema etc? now it seems to be mainly health related. loli didn't have chemo, only RT and it didn't affect me badly. thanks for your support, phyllis. i will check out you properties later. hwyl
Hi Phyllis. I'm not Hanne - strangely enough, I'm Kate :-)I think you may well be right that these trials can make us more understanding. Praying for us all.
S'mae Kate, and you John... yes I like us using our names too. I am I right is assuming that you Kate, are Hanne? I often see messages for you from our 'Wonderful Welshman', John. I too have had chemo, but it wasn't for me, they were just trying to 'sort me out'. I have Blood cell Dyscrasia' or MGUS, and they don't know why:-) the effect in my body is peripheral neuropathy. We learn to live with these things don't we. and maybe they make better people of us, more understanding others and their issues maybe. John I shall be thinking and putting my hands together [praying] for you for a good result. http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.asp?id=529422374 John this is the site for where I live now and the second one for where we want to buy is below. http://www.harcourts.co.nz/Property/599654/PY1472/80-Station-Road. ok I must away and do a puzzle or two...:-)))) - Phyllis x
Phyllis lives in NZ, Kate. I'm sure she will respond when she can. It's nice to use first names when we can! Life sends along these challenges, Kate. I hope things keep going well for you.I had major surgery, 5yrs ago, for cancer of my maxilla. The doc doing the biopsy was talking "probable" cancer but I'm OK if that is the result. The surgeon is excellent and I trust him absolutely. Something to "get through". Thanks for your supportive words.
Sorry to hear of your stay in hosp Phyllis (is it ok if I use your name?) & of your biopsy today John. I hope the news is good. I was diagnosed with leukemia in Feb 2012 & spent much of last year on chemo or in hosp, with a stem cell transplant last July. So far the results are positive ..
I knew that you would like this one, Hanne!! LOL
Yes, Kate, I cannot imagine the "horror" of someone being stoned to death. The things humans do to each other.....................We'll think of the "happier" connotation!! :-)))
Hi, Phyllis, sorry to hear that you haven't been so well. I've missed you!I'm having biopsy on mouth problem today so should hear more next week. I'm OK about it. I know that my surgeon is superb!! I will keep you in touch. Take care, both!!
Yes, an interesting play on words I think [One man's bread etc...] Ive bookmarked to do this later. I've just come home from hospital John, had a really bad chest and very low oxygen sats. Much better now though, they looked after me well in Thames, and, what a friend is Gees Linctus! Hope you are ok John, any news about your issues?
I love the colours and the caption, but it occurred to me while doing it that it could be interpreted in a different way in some cultures. Death by stoning was an ancient practice & apparently remains legal (but not necessarily used) in a few countries (http://theweek.com/article/index/205239/death-by-stoning). One man's bread ...
You are a sweetheart!!
Please? What? Bigger pic? Doing now! LOL