I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving....Do you still celebrate since you don't live in the US anymore?
Regardless...I will be giving Thanks for finding this site...and getting alot of useful information...It has been a godspend when I can't leave the house, which is often these days...I also pray for a miracle, that those we love that have progressed with this disease to the point of no return....May they all be with us next Thanksgiving too.
Caregiver for my Wonderful Husband Angelo, who has Metastatic Bladder Cancer.
Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain.
Just want to wish all a HAPPY THANKSGIVING once again. And hey...just heard from a friend who read a book about people who live to be 100 plus...there is one story about a lady who battled cancer three different times in her life and went on to reach 100...so there you go.....we might live to see 100! Melodie
Melodie, Indy Pouch, U.W.Medical Center, Seattle, Dr. Paul H. Lange & Jonathan L. Wright
Happy Thanksgiving to all and this one will be very special because it is the second time two disasters have knocked on my door in three years and I have managed to survive by the grace of God and thank you Wendy for the forum for letting us share our thoughts
A very heartfelt load of thanks from Iowa, for all the help this past year! I started to list all of you, and was SURE I would forget many (I forgot to take my pills two nights ago, so I know my brain is not firing on all cylinders).
May you all have a safe, calm, peaceful and loving time with your families and loved ones.