Hi to Everyone out There, It has been a mixed up week that has ended well with my oncologist 'phoning me to say that I can have a good Christmas. I had bloods taken on Wednesday and the cancer marker is reading almost zero - so I have not yet become resistant to the treatment - YAY!! So all those menopausal symptoms are worth it. Rest of the week has been crazy - hospital have really messed up big time with the relative, discharging them without a care plane, medication plan, contacting support services etc., etc. Classic case of key people not communicating, or passing on relevant information. But hey - I can put up with a bit of stress. Might be time to do a bit of self care. Cheers Sailor Boats, like whiskey, are all good. R. D. Culler
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Good news indeed Sailor ... keep up the good work!
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Great News Sailor.. full ahead both engines. Dave
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Brilliant news Sailor! Go the hot flushes! Self care is definitely called for. A cup of tea, a dram and a good lie down. Or maybe a change of scenery. S
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Great news Sailor. its full steam ahead. cheers Linda
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Good news Sailor - one of those times in life when zero is a winning mark!!!Enjoy the self care - may you feel nurtured and rested and rejuventated soon. Zen
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I am so happy to hear your markers are zero. And, yes I wholeheartedly agree… indulge in self care, sit back with your favourite drink, savour the taste and enjoy the feeling of relief that a “zero” brings. Reindeer xx
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Great news,foot down and full steam ahead to a happier, healthier 2011.
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Terrific news Sailor... what a great way to start Christmas celebrations. Merry Christmas and may it be the best ever. Cheers Vicki
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