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Jun 12, 2018 04:01PM
Micmel-YIPPEE! So glad they found a place and are finally moving out. You need your peace and quiet. I'm glad you have started mending your relationship, and yes, I believe it will be easier without them in the house. I too find it strange that his family is all of the sudden taking interest in him now that he's moved out, after throwing them out of their house. I hope this doesn't mess up your relationship with them. A month to put the house up for sale? That's quick! When is your son graduating?? A lake house sounds wonderful! One of my sayings is, "If we ever win the lottery, the first thing I'm doing is buying a house on Newfound Lake (my favorite lake in NH, an hour and a half away, it's big, but quiet, and crystal clear).
Tanya-Hurray for good scans! I am the opposite of you. I'll take the cold above the heat and humidity any day. I had a cousin move down there from NH, and she says it's just the opposite there, they stay in the a/c all summer, like we do in the winter. Nope I enjoy the change of seasons too much, and my roots run deep here (I'm 4th generation on my Mom's side, and 5th generation on my Dad's, living in this city, my kids and grandkids are either in the city or one of the neighboring towns). We don't mind visiting FL, we just couldn't live there year round. You can always put more layers on in the winter, but can only take so many layers off, without being indecent in the summer. LOL
Grannax-Love the picture of you and your granddaughter! Such fun doing plays all summer! Wish they had that for us growing up!
MJH-Love your ride and all your beautiful flowers! Yes we need to get together again soon! Had a ball meeting your! I have chemo on Thurs, so next week (after the mini's on top weekend) is "hell" week. Lowering my dose though, has helped with the diarrhea. It's not lasting as long, and therefore the dizzies aren't as long either. Still sick of all though.
Bigbhome-Glad to see you on here and that your hubby's surgeries are going well. Hope his PT goes well, as well as the other shoulder surgery. Poor guy. Hope your scans go well for you! Big hugs!
Keetmom-I'm so sorry to hear of your gran mal seizure. They are so scary. My older daughter had 3 with her first stroke at 1 1/2. It happened again, a couple of years ago, when she got lidocaine (which she had many times) before a filling. Needless to say, she didn't get the filling that day and ended going to the ER. They said that some of the lidocaine had got in her blood stream and caused the seizure. She no longer has lidocaine. I hope you are doing better. Hugs!
Minnie-Welcome back! I hope you had a great time in Ireland!
Katyk-I have been with my husband since high school. 39 years ago. We will be married 35 years in October. We have 4 adult children and 3 grandchildren. I too get upset with me not being here and wondering if he will be with someone else. I told him I would haunt him too. If he does get together with someone, I said don't marry her, or let her move into our home (he'll probably sell it and get a condo, he'll be 55 in Aug, I'll be 57 in Dec). I think he will be too lonely living alone. We will finally (after 32 years of kids) be empty nesters next week. Our older daughter who's almost 31, moved out last week. We told her since she's come and gone about 5 times, this is the last time. She'll have to go live with one of her siblings if this relationship doesn't work out. Our youngest who's almost 23, is moving out next week, 6 hours away, to be with his girlfriend. He gets one come back, since he's never left. I don't mind him staying, he's the most helpful, cleanest and quietest of the bunch (the other 2 are out and will stay out unless there are extenuating circumstances, the each have children). Our younger daughter asked me what we are going to do once he moves out, I said change the locks and run around the house naked! Of course they all laughed (it was our Sunday dinner with all of them). It sure will be quiet, but less stressful. Our older son (and eldest) comes over her every day his has his daughter, so we see him at least twice a week, and every other weekend. He comes here to eat. We love seeing her, but she's 8 and just stays in the living room watching the shows she doesn't get at either parent's house. It's getting old. We really need that time to ourselves. I can't even listen to music anymore, because a sappy love song comes on and just get me going. This 13 year breast cancer (when I was first diagnosed stage 1, it came back in my spine, lung, and lymph nodes after 7 years, now 6 years stage 4 and also in my liver and many bones) business has brought me down! I do hear you though, and totally agree with what you are saying! Hugs!
Gracie-Missing you on here! Hope all is well. Hugs and prayers!
Here are my rose bushes, off of my big deck. They are pretty old, and I had to trim off a lot of dead branches this spring. Not as many blooms (still more buds coming in) this year. They are climbing roses, I sometimes get another burst of blooms in the fall too.
Hugs and prayers to all!
Mets in spine, lungs, and liver. Carpe Diem-Live for Today
5/26/2005, DCIS/IDC, Right, 1cm, Stage IA, Grade 2, 0/1 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-
6/6/2005 Lumpectomy: Right; Lymph node removal: Right, Sentinel
6/6/2005 Lymph node removal: Sentinel
6/30/2005 Whole-breast: Breast
12/14/2005 Prophylactic ovary removal
12/20/2005 Arimidex (anastrozole)
12/18/2006 Femara (letrozole)
3/20/2007 Aromasin (exemestane)
12/19/2007 Tamoxifen pills (Nolvadex, Apo-Tamox, Tamofen, Tamone)