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Family, Friends, Family, Friends....

This is a quick post to again say how very very important all the support from our family and friends has been. I think that before I was in this position i never realized how much of a difference even a quick note online can mean to someone who is dealing with health issues. I know that everyone is not as lucky as I am to have that and I feel compassion for them and ever so grateful.


We just had a lovely visit with my Cousin Ron, Cousin Hannah and little Violet. I was actually feeling tired before it, but the energy from seeing family is so amazing - like nothing else really.


I just have to say a big thank you again to all of you for your support. It really makes all the difference in the world.

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skiwithdeb
skiwithdeb
Apr 03, 2022

Hey here's to the most fierce lady! Been thinking about your posts and absorbing your wisdom and sending you precious love.


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Julia Lindberg
Julia Lindberg
Apr 02, 2022

I think about you every day and keep you, Miguel, and the girls in my heart. You’ve got this!! ❤️

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karen_clifton22
Apr 01, 2022

Your research and reading, "inventing", creativity, humor and positive attitude inspire your recovery, my attitude, and, through this blog, I hope other GG'S AND GB'S!

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karen_clifton22
Apr 01, 2022

I agree that stress, and anxiety and uncontrollable genetics plays a big part in our physical and mental well-being and can lead to illness. In the US, we seem to push ourselves to perfection, but at what cost? We have all experienced a great deal of stress and anxiety over the last 6 yes, and we will pay the price going forward.

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karen_clifton22
Apr 01, 2022

My dad was a disciple of Jack la Laine who was an exercise and nutrition guru in the 1950's. He exercised at the gym every day, ate a very healthy and nutritious diet, worked at jobs he liked all his life, spent quality time with my brother and I, never smoked, drank, or did drugs, and generally had a happy life. He always looked 10 years younger than he was. He got Pancreatic Cancer at 78 and died at 79.

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