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Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

May-2

Good morning Kitty.  I imagine Brian is busy outdoors with the Spring weather.

Have a great day.

Ernie

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

May-2

Good morning all....raining  and 50 degrees already.....no agenda for us today....no outdoor stuff of course......our daughters DIL is having surgery for a brain tumor on her frontal lobe...they don't know if it is cancer or benign.....such scary stuff....and the wait is the worst part....will keep you posted....and she is only 30..... 

Anne2020

From: Anne2020

May-2

Hey there, just wanted to say that Albums are coming up big on the collectors circuit.  Some albums and album covers bring i some pretty big bucks depending on what you have and their condition.  Check out some sites before letting them go.  I wish I had hung onto my collection.  Some people prefer the albums. 

Cheers!    

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

May-3

To an extent I think there is always some desire for retro things.  I notice that divey and old bars have become popular with the very young.  And my nieces frequently pull things from their grandmother's wardrobe to wear.

Be well all,

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

May-3

Good morning Paul, Anne, Kitty, and all.  Starting to take the puppies for a walk around 5 AM.  Still have to put

in one hour on the elliptical to get my Glucose down around 100.  I have some albums from a store we have nearby,

also, a couple from my teen years.  My wife has a collection of 45s from the 70s.  She gave her brothers her albums

when we went into the Army and she thinks they sold them. 

Probably go cut up some branches at my daughter's today when taking care of garbage.  Still branches from wet snow

storm.  They're to big for them to take care of.

Taking down my last garage tent.  The tarp was ripping up.  Wait to see if daughter wants the frame for a greenhouse. 

It's bent a little from that 48" snowstorm we got Dec 2020. 

Have a good day all.  Our rain comes tonight into Wednesday morning.

Ernie

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

May-3

that is it....I posted about my granddaughter in law having a brain tumor and surgery and she is only 30 and no one from here acknowledged it at all....so I will act like a spoil brat..and just leave or retire whatever you want to call it...it has been a bit more then 14 yrs....support was always here about life not just quitting smoking.......we must not be reading anymore....

Denim50

From: Denim50

May-3

 

Hey Paul, 

Sorry I didn't get this posted yesterday. Big congratulations to you though on for months smoke free! tada That's wonderful and it's great to see you staying active on the forum. I hope you celebrated this terrific milestone. You have a lot to be proud of. Again, big congratulations on both staying strong in your quit and on your achievement. You're doing great and I wish you all the best as you keep moving forward. 

Have a great day. relaxed 

 

  • Edited May 3, 2022 8:22 pm  by  Denim50
Denim50

From: Denim50

May-3

Hey Kitty, 

I'm sorry I missed your earlier post. I'm not saying this because of your decision to leave the forum, though that would be our loss. I'm saying it because I know someone who years ago had to have surgery on their skull and I also had a close friend who was diagnosed several years ago with brain cancer. Anything to do with the head like that can be scary and I do remember the fear, the worry, feeling somewhat helpless, and yet wanting to help, all the while hoping and praying that they would be okay and trying to lend strength and support, trying to be brave when I felt like falling apart because really they both do and don't go through it alone. Yes, it's them. Yes, it's their surgery, their health, but it's also difficult for those who love and care for them too. In that regard it effects everyone. Sending caring thoughts and good wishes to your granddaughter-in-law. Have they already performed the surgery? I hope everything goes good or went good with the surgery and that all will be well with her. She's so young but hopefully her youth will be a advantage and hopefully the tumor will be benign. Nonetheless, I know this must be so difficult for your grandson too, to have to see his wife to have go through all of that. Sending those same caring thoughts and good wishes to you and all of the family too. I hope you all get some good news. As for your leaving, I do hope you change your mind about that but even if you don't, I hope you still see this and know that you are being thought of. As to your comment about acting like a spoiled brat, no Ma'am you're not. You and your family are going through a lot right now and wanting or seeking a bit of support just means you're human and, again, I'm sorry that you didn't get any of that support here sooner. Hugs and best wishes. 

Have a great day. relaxed 

  

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

May-4

thank you so much....she had the surgery and the DR is talking about rehab and they are with it....so you are right they are young and they will fight thru it....and I am a bit calmer.....so will see about just checking in now and then.....

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

May-4

Sorry, Kitty I also missed it. My prayers are with her and your family.

Paul

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