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Re: Life Is A Gamble

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    lovingwifedeb
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      Jim In Denver,

      I would like to accept and thank you for your apology, I know it came from a carefully guarded place. From the response I am getting with this post I can only guess everyone has been hit with the same number game, so Bob and I aren't any different really, are we? We are just "babes" in this journey so I am glad you are not going to hold that against us. Yes, we are learning the hard way.

      I certainly didn't mean to dash the hopes of the living here, or throw bumps in anyone's road traveling to wellness. Though I certainly saw the look of uncertainty in my husband's eyes last Friday after his meeting with his doctor, and I will apologize myself if I stirred up any feelings of fear in this discussion group. I am also trying to come to grips with the what if's – it's not easy to be objective when my world is collapsing.

      The more I can learn about melanoma here in this group and in other groups that I have joined, the more ammunition I can fight with and give back to my husband. He may get tired of my nuisance but it's all I've got to fight back with.

      Take care of yourself Jim In Denver,

      Deb.

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