Tolerance, good temper and sympathy — they are what matter really, and if the human race is not to collapse they must come to the front before long.
- E. M. Forster
Amen Brother Borepatch.If you need an ear or shoulder, please let me know. Been there.
Thoughts and prayers from me.
Indeed. It has cursed my family for generations. Sorry, my friend.
I've lost too many friends and relatives to it; it has to be one of the worst things a person can hear.
There are lots of survivors. Every day improvements happen, people beat the odds. I'll keep praying, but that doesn't mean that there is no other hope.
From behind, sideways, with a chainsaw last used on manchineel and much in need of a good cleaning.
Been there, done that. Actually have a T-shirt.So what?What Rev. Paul said.
We're Praying for you, brother.Next blogshoot, shoot a "Cancer Cell" with the Enfield.
I've beat it twice, so far. Keep your chin up!
+1 on thoughts and prayers.
It truly does but on the bright side some cancers are now 90% curable.
Ted? Did i miss something? You alright, bro?
Agreed...Know it all to well...Prayers Sir...
Yes it does. It sucks really, really bad. I've been closer than I ever want to get. Prayers for you and yours.
Prayers goin out. Cancer sucks...taken several in my family.
Yep... Cancer sucks.I've got it, I know.The thing that makes it suck less?Kicking its fucking ass up, down, and sideways.
Just now catching up after a week at Boy Scout camp. Here's hoping for a positive outcome for your brother! My families (both adopted and biological) have been fortunate on that front, but I've certainly known many who have been afflicted - my father in law has been battling lung and brain cancer for a while...so far, he's holding his own pretty well.
Post a Comment