Topic: Pictures

I have just noticed that several new pictures have been entered onto the facesboard. Thanks for all your hard work Rick and Stacie. I have to admit though how shocking it was to see so many more names. It made me so sad but it shows how wonderful your family and their efforts to bring us all together has been.

Seeing all the new faces and the families attached to them....I just wanted to say thank you. Your family and everybody on the board are truly amazing and with every effort you as a group make, honor those family members you lost. And as unfortunately new pictures get added to our club, our community grows and our experience and knowledge and compassion can be shared. So thank you all for adding the new pictures and the new people to our "family".

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

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Hear, hear! I agree with everything Kris said, she just said it so much more beautifully than I could. Thanks for all your hard work.
Joyce M

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Devoncat -

did I read somewhere in the posts that you once lived in South Carolina, possibly Greenwood?  I was just curious, as I live in South Carolina and it's always nice to talk toomeone familiar with this area.  I don't have cc but my sister does - she is in the Atlanta area and started chemotherapy yesterday.

Terri

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I did live in Greenwood, many many moons ago and my parents still do. I now live in wonderful Sweden (at least it is wonderful in the spring and summer). I will hopefully be heading back next month for a very long vacation and spend some real time with my family.

Kris

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

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Kris -

as you know, fall is always beautiful in the upstate of South Carolina and I'm sure this one will be no exception (other than the fact we've not had much rain so it may somewhat affect the changing of the leaves).  If you do get to come to SC for a long vacation I hope you enjoy every minute of it - there's nothing like being with family.

Terri