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    BuckeyeShelby wrote on glam's wall

    I've missed you! Glad to see you back -- I was worried. So sorry your husband is having issues. I wish I had wisdom to share, but he doesn't have the parts where I had my cancer, so no help from me there. Good luck to you both.

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    meyati wrote on BuckeyeShelby's wall

    Buckeye-the happy pagan---Again, I am impressed by you. The words in German no less. Obviously I don't know the words in English or Spanish-which I should---Though atheist, my family sang Christmas carols with the neighbors, so nobody thought that we were Jewish.

    -may you enjoy the holiday.

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    rosey wrote on BuckeyeShelby's wall

    I don’t come around often anymore. Love seeing a long time survivor of late stage cancer thriving!! Hugs, Rosey

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      BuckeyeShelby

      Unfortunately, we have lost some. BarryBoomer was the latest that I know of. Greg was considering setting up a memorial page. Not sure where that stands right now.

      3 days ago
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      I like the idea of a memorial page. I’m sorry to hear about barryboomer. Lirasgirl was the first I followed, I was crushed when she passed. She was an amazing lady who inspired me.

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      She really was. And she had kids. I can't imagine losing mom at such a young age. But you can tell she lived every moment to the fullest.

      about 22 hours ago
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    BuckeyeShelby wrote on Shadi's wall

    Hi Shadi. Welcome to What Next. There are lots of great people here. If you have any questions, please use the question tab above -- that way, everyone will have access & you'll get a quicker response. I was diagnosed with stage IV endometrial cancer in Aug 2012. I'm currently cancer free. Sounds like things are going well for you so far. Hope you hear those three letters NED (no evidence of disease) soon yourself. Wishing you all the best.