• My husband scanned dirty

    Asked by gonewest on Saturday, March 4, 2017

    My husband scanned dirty

    My husband had surgery to remove cancer in kidney 6 months ago. His scan on Monday showed lesions in other kidney. I am calm on the outside, crying on the inside. Trying to give him hope, but that's tough as he sees the mess that used to be me, every day. We have been married since 1979. Nobody can make me laugh like he does. Any suggestions, support most needed now.

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    • gonewest's Avatar
      gonewest

      @Lynne-I-Am. Yes those videos are wonderful. I like the dog videos too. The ones showing recalcitrant pups doing their best to avoid bath time make me roar. These tiny kittens we got were dropped off by their moms at about 5 weeks. They couldn't really eat - lots of goats milk in their itty bitty baby bottles, nor could any of them urinate or have bowel movements. We stroked those kitties' genitals with cotton balls till they went. Usually in newspapers spread out in our laps. We became very attached to each kitty so we kept them. Lots and lots of room for them to play in the ancient walnut trees, they didn't roam too much. I am sorry you lost your cat to the road. I think it's great you have a soft spot, Lynne. It's a virtue-empathy. Love as usual, Chris

      over 4 years ago
    • BuckeyeShelby's Avatar
      BuckeyeShelby

      Hugs from me, too! I hope it's just a benign blupy thing and nothing serious.

      over 4 years ago
    • gonewest's Avatar
      gonewest

      @BuckeyeShelby."Benign blupy thing" is hilarious and I think I'm going to name that lesion after it. You know, the power of mind. Thank you! Hugs back and of course love, Chris

      over 4 years ago

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