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so sorry about it all, must have been such a nasty shock. I send belated hugs for all you went through. No telling where this beast will strike. I lost my Mom, Dad, Son and two grandparents to it so far
Thanks to you all. I had one of these on my head, there is now a cavity there named 'Robinson's Crater' [my maiden name] It's like everything catch it in time and you're ok isn't it! I'm thinking positive:-)))))))
Hope you are well rid of those nasty cells, Phyllis. Take care. Faye
Hi Phyllis looked it up on Google, horrific, I hope you have got over it all. good job we can't look into the future
Nos da Phyllis have a good sleep. there was another march last year of young out of work kids from Jarrow, never heard a lot about it though, didn't have the same appeal I guess. Hi Joyce, it's a nice area my husband used to work weekends as chef in a pub there 4:30, look at me on the board!
Great puzzle, nice buildings and glad to follow this event. Thanks June! :)))
Hi Phyllis ~ I'm so very sorry about the diagnosis. Please know my thoughts and prayers are there for you. Hugs ~ Joyce
5:12. It appears that on all but one place they were well received, June, which does say a lot for the country dosen't it! I wonder what would happen if this was done today?
Hope you are ok. Those 'things' I had cut out were squamous cell c's, not nice at all, at all! I'm off to bed, tired tonight - nos da- Phyllis
in Leicester they received
new clothes, a lovely meal and