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Every day, think as you wake-up -
Today I am fortunate to have woken up,
I am alive; I have a precious human life,
I am not going to waste it.
H.H. the XIV Dalai Lama
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Dear Trudy. Loved your blog! (Especially the other Sheila's cranes.) This is the stuff that keeps us going and lets our friends and family know we are winning this battle. I am ahead of you by a year so please drill down into my experience for everything that will strengthen you for the journey. There are so many wonderful people here to help us. Today after TaiChi we had a chance to chat, and you can see that no matter whatever else these nasty toxic brews do, they are HEALING us and all this will pass. So many of my symptoms are gone already. I often sat over my sink just wishing I could have some saliva in my mouth or swallow painlessly - and here I am quaffing champagne again! Know that an army of strong women (and our wonderfully supportive men) are holding you up en route to brimming health again. Luv. Sheila 2. Enjoy MY blog at
Sheila Foster |
April 29, 2008 at 11:16 PM
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