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June 02, 2009


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Carol Ingells

Isn't it grand to be awash with gratitude? I share in your joy, Trudy, and applaud your courage, dedication to life in all its fullness, and your loving heart.
May yesterday be your last day at Tom Baker--ever. At least as a patient. I'm sending a mental red balloon!

Imelda /  GreenishLady

I'm so, so glad for you, Trudy. I'm off to scour my cupboards for a red balloon. I'm moved, too, by what you say in your previous post about those for whom treatment is not possible, mindful of a family member whose diagnosis has come too late for either chemo or surgery. It makes me more aware what a wonder it is when someone comes to the end of treatment. Blessings and continued good health to you!

Teri and the cats of Furrydance

I had been busy all week, and visited your blog today, to see this wonderful news, red balloons floating and a journey continuing. Celebrate!

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