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    DI IS A DORK!!!!


    Guess I'd better make that reservation Chez Von's for when you do your round the nation trip in 5 years time..........

    .....BOOKING CONFIRMED!!

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    Ty. I have decided the trip comes sooner, maybe the endish of this year. I will do Shep, if pei would like to see me, move down to Frankston and stay with a mate, branching out on day trips. Another is criss crossing the state to Queensland. Not a real lot I want to do with my life as I am very content. I have met and made great mates in a peers community. The only one now I really wish to meet anyone now , is this one.

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    Gees, my whole focus has been being alive in 5 years if it kills me, now I can relax it a bit.

    Kind of a wonderful moment tonight. Would have been better had I read the report when I got it, lmao

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    Di when you get to Queensland make sure you visit me.

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    Wow, last chemo coming up on Tuesday. The Picc line in my arm will come out too. For the last 3 months I have been protecting it from jumping pups. I wonder how long it will take to NOT have a hand go to my left upper arm if a pup is on that side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Wow, last chemo coming up on Tuesday. The Picc line in my arm will come out too. For the last 3 months I have been protecting it from jumping pups. I wonder how long it will take to NOT have a hand go to my left upper arm if a pup is on that side.
    Wow, time goes by fast! You will possibly be protecting your arm for quiet a while, just instinct!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Wow, last chemo coming up on Tuesday. The Picc line in my arm will come out too. For the last 3 months I have been protecting it from jumping pups. I wonder how long it will take to NOT have a hand go to my left upper arm if a pup is on that side.
    I am so happy for you Di....last chemo...wow!

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    I think it's amazing that you can have so much hardship in your life, yet still have a great outlook on life... and still retain your sense of humour.
    I pray that you will get better, and congrats on the last chemo

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    Masha, to me it is not hardship. Many people live with heart conditions, diabetes etc and all it is ok, I have it, I have to adjust to the realities and impositions to deal with the bloody thing and go on as I have all the while. Yes I am pulled up a bit, have been for a year, have a way to go then onward.

    We all get "hardships" in life, death of loved ones, friends, job losses, domestic violence, divorces, illnesses, very very many hardships out there that people have to either deal with or crumple...saying poor me.

    I just see cancer as another of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Masha, to me it is not hardship. Many people live with heart conditions, diabetes etc and all it is ok, I have it, I have to adjust to the realities and impositions to deal with the bloody thing and go on as I have all the while. Yes I am pulled up a bit, have been for a year, have a way to go then onward.

    We all get "hardships" in life, death of loved ones, friends, job losses, domestic violence, divorces, illnesses, very very many hardships out there that people have to either deal with or crumple...saying poor me.

    I just see cancer as another of these.
    The whole thing is Di, with your type of attitude you will "beat the bitch", and, I do love your sense of humour!
    I have seen many people with the "woe is me" attitude and normally these are people with very little to worry about!
    You deal with what is given to you and get on with life! It's great!!!!!!!!!!!!
    , for you Di for being a "real" person!

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