Monthly Archives: May 2009

Ugly Shoes

On this Night Before The Beginning, I offer you a writing that I’ve seen posted by several Cancer Families.  I love you all.  Shoes I am wearing a pair of shoes.They are ugly shoes.Uncomfortable shoes.I hate my shoes.Each day I … Continue reading

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Soldiers & Guards

I’ve been siting here poking around on web sites.  Looking up info.  Catching up on emails.  Learning stuff.  Then two realizations occur.  I’m Soldiering up.I’m Guarded. I’m saving the emotions.  I’m keeping things at an even beat.  Except for this … Continue reading

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Another pretty decent day.  Gregory and I slept in, ate &  showered.  Dad showed up around 2:00.  He picked up a remote controlled car for Gregory.  Perfect item for him.  He and Papa have been having a ball with it.  … Continue reading

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Protein tyrosine phosphatase, non-receptor type 11 (PTPN11)

Man Gregory was GREAT today.  Yesterday he fell asleep around 5:00pm and slept until Midnight.  Was up for two hours and then slept until 9:00 this morning.  He was wiped out.  Once he woke up this morning, though, he was … Continue reading

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Caption needed, please.

Greginator 072Originally uploaded by mindithemagnificent I’d like to have this printed in postcards/notecards. I’d like to add a caption, though. My creative juices aren’t working properly. Anybody have a suggestion???? I’m thinking a dialogue/thought balloon of some kind. Thanks, guys … Continue reading

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The Gauntlet has been thrown.

Which sounds like more fun, Mindi: Being showered with miracles just because I love you, or being showered with miracles because you dared, stretched, went out on a limb, raised the bar, threw down the gauntlet, faced your fears, and … Continue reading

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Don’t it make my brown eye’s blue?

Yes, I am awake.  Thursday was an exciting day, for me.  We were up early for counts and our Data Review  Conference. In a nutshell: Gregory is in stellar health.  Heart, liver, lungs……  We are good to go.  There are … Continue reading

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