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Oct 10, 2017 11:26AM
Good morning friends- getting caught up here on this crisp fall morning. Another nice moring for the morning mass ascension and saw about 10 floating down the valley, but in a distance. Here is another great video I saw on FB this morning from GMA.
Had the cleaning company here early yesterday, working on the contract with the new teaming company (finishing that today) and also got my car in for the two new rear tires. Hope to have her back by end of the week. They always seem super busy and it takes awhile to get repairs done. Thankfully not my primary vehicle but one that is lovely to drive this time of the year as a convertible.
Dara- there was another sister here on a thread who went through so much of the same thing you have been dealing with from your recon. She had many debridements/follow up surgeries from her recon process and shared so much of the same stories you are here. She dropped off BCO awhile back. I wish you resolution with this so you can continue to focus on your new work.
Sorry to hear about your friend being impacted by the fires. I know people in both areas where the fires are (northern and southern) and have not heard from my sister yet this week and she works not far from the Anahiem fires.
NM- I so understand your desire to buy the childhood property to keep it in the family. It sounds like it would put you back in a place you don't want to be (FT) and after you just paid off your own home this year. But that being said, the emotions of a place where we grew up loom large. We had to sell our childhood home in 2005 and my sister and I both talked about whether we could find a way to keep it. I had JUST built and moved in to my own new home at that time, so there is no way. I remember walking around the house at the end to say goodbye with tears in my eyes. But a nice man bought the house, has fixed up the property in a lovely way and have seen it several times during my returns back east. Makes me feel good that someone who valued that space bought it and made it even nicer. I hope the same for you, it can make you feel a bit better about the whole thing. Hugs sister!
Chi- I had a really bad pain in my ear/jaw back in early Sept I was sure was a sign of swimmers ear (given my weekly swimming activities). But I also suspected it could have been a blocked eustacean tube and in fact, with some decongestants, it got better quickly. So your thought about the mold could be right on. I hope you feel better soon.
Chevy- how is your weather? We are getting COLD down here and some snow up in the northern parts of the state yesterday, and freeze warners everywhere. Hope you are staying warm!
Goldie- good luck with the labs and hope you get good results! Is it getter cooler too where you live?
I have heard a lot of people are getting involved with the MMJ industry. I had an opportunity a couple years back, but not a good fit for me and required special (and expensive) insurance for my biz so I opted out. Just be aware of that if you start a new business around the industry, you may need special insurance coverage.
Ill- thinking of you and hope your apt went well yesterday and that the doctor is putting together a new plan to help you.
Genny- how are you doing sister, any news on your tests and also your neice's recovery?
Hello to all others and wishing everyone a terrific Tuesday!
9/14/2012, DCIS, 1cm, Stage 0, Grade 1, 0/1 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
9/14/2012, IDC, <1cm, Stage IA, Grade 1, 0/1 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
11/15/2012 Lumpectomy: Left, Right
11/15/2012 Lymph node removal: Left, Sentinel
11/15/2012 Lymph node removal: Right, Sentinel
3/21/2013 Arimidex (anastrozole), Aromasin (exemestane)