Thank you, sometimes life really sucks, but.. in a few months I will invite you for a nice photo challenge between you and me, at that time life will just be beautiful again!!Own man, that is unfortunate, you'll be in my prayers brother.
Much appreciated, wearing the mask somehow reminds me of Silence of the Lambs, Dr Hannibal Lector, weird isn't it?A speedy and complete recovery to you! A very interesting picture, looks very sci-fi.
I'm very sorry to hear this about you both!No one can truly understand the devastating blow that comes with the "C" word. DW was given the news almost 12 yrs ago, incurable and 24 months, yet she's still here, still fighting it. I got the "C" news a little over 2 yrs ago. Fortunately it was early and with surgery they were able to get all of mine. Still cancer free.The point is it's a battle you want no part of, but it's a battle where the outcome is not predetermined. Keep the faith, stay strong in will and don't be afraid to ask for second opinions.
Around the TPF interview in December 2020 I told you I'd be operated on my vocal cords, when I was under anesthesia on the operating table last March, the specialists saw that it looked very much like cancer and made a biopsy.It's wonderful to see you posting here, Gerard - thanks so much for this update. I'm glad you are through the treatment and the prognosis seems good. It's good news for now, and we'll take it!
I love this B&W photo and I'm glad it was taken! A good testament to have gotten through this treatment experience, and begin to move onward, even while continuing to have close checkups.
Hope you continue to do well. We will look forward to seeing you around more, as soon as you are able!
How nice of you to say a thing like this, thank you, it's crazy but in the past 4 months I have had a lot of creative ideas and plans, problem is: I don't have the energy for anything at the moment, but it's not just an ordinary tiredness, no covid19 or anything else, I'm vaccinated.Gk! We’ve missed you. Happy to see your posts and to hear about the favorable first tests. Welcome back.
Thank you very much, that's very thoughtful.Speedy recovery for you and many prayers coming your way. Stay strong!
Thank you very much, It will go step by step, but the itch is coming.I wish you all the best and look forward to seeing your postings again.
Zac,Nice to see you here again! Let me echo the sentiment you have been missed.
That is quite a chilling and powerful photo.
I hope I can find this way in life as a cancer patient, as well.