Posted on: Mar 28, 2006 10:40AM
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May 25, 2006 02:03PM Beesie wrote:Rosemary, I like the way you think! "Hops are very good for us". I never thought of that. I drink wine and beer, and I just posted this about the antioxidant benefits of red wine in a thread in the Research forum:
May 25, 2006 09:05PM Bonnygg wrote:Looks like it's Cocktail Hour here! My favorite time of day. Chemo & booze didn't work for me, but man, oh man, I made up for it later.
May 25, 2006 09:11PM Rocktobermom wrote:
I'm having another glass of wine tonight. I haven't been having wine or beer for a while but tonight I stopped off and bought a bottle of chardonnay and having glass number 2. Daughter is sleeping and mom is here, so I am comfy in my jammies sipping some wine.
May 26, 2006 01:43AM chemosabi wrote:This thread is so great. I just woke up and Im smiling. I didnt drink wine during chemo, but its not cause I was afraid too, I lost my taste for it. But now that chemo is over, the taste is back and Im loving it.
May 26, 2006 04:30AM rondab wrote:Nickii - if you're having Baileys in your morning coffee, you're tougher than I am!
May 26, 2006 08:41AM rondab wrote:Shel - Doug's b'day was 3/1, also a chemo day for me. I had lots of making up to do after I finished chemo. lol!
May 26, 2006 09:19AM pdgd wrote:
Hi girls... heading for my daughter's graduation from U of Redlands today... get to spend the weekend with ex-husband from hell... The last question I asked my daughter on the phone last night was if she had beer and chardonney in her fridge!! lol Am I a terrible mother?! Pam
May 26, 2006 05:40PM rondab wrote:Pam - you're not a terrible mother! My daughter would have told me to be sure I had plenty of beer! Not just because of her dad, but his SO.
May 27, 2006 01:57AM ravdeb wrote:okay..thought I'd finally see what all the ruckus is about! I'm a white wine drinker and stopped drinking during chemo, but I'm back to it and I seem to be able to drink more wine at one sitting and not really feel much but a bit of a buzz than I could before chemo. So, THANK YOU CHEMO!!!! That's the second good gift I got from it..the first are my cute little curls!
May 27, 2006 03:14AM Rosemary44 wrote:I'll meet you and have bail money available. Meanwhile, while I wait, I'm thinking of calling up for a free keg delivery:
May 27, 2006 04:20AM rondab wrote:Shel-she's not kidding about being close to the sun! We didn't get as far south as Houston last year, but were in TX during 4th of July week and it was hot! We spent a couple nights in Rye (good luck finding that on the map!) then went to McKinney Falls State Park near Austin. (We drove through a town called "Cut & Shoot" - can you believe it?) Had a wonderful time, but it was definitely warm. Thank goodness the beer was cold!
May 27, 2006 05:47AM chemosabi wrote:Ahahaha this is a fun thread.
May 28, 2006 03:01AM Rosemary44 wrote:Ronda,
May 28, 2006 10:23AM rondab wrote:Rosemary - That's funny - leave it to the Texans to have a "man season!"
May 28, 2006 06:20PM sierrasusieq wrote:Cheers everyone! I have to say I could not drink at all durring chemo as it tasted horrible and made my stomach worse.
May 29, 2006 04:36PM pdgd wrote:Ronda, lol! I made it through the weekend with the ex... Lots of wine, and his mother fell apart and sobbed while telling me how much she missed me! Kinda broke my heart since he left me for another 13 years ago (and has had 3 since me, all "overlapped"...) She's a sweetheart. How'd she produce such a s#%t?! Anyhow, I'm incredibly proud of my daughter. I bet you are too!! Pam
May 30, 2006 03:20AM Rosemary44 wrote:Hi Ronda,