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Merry Merry Merry!!!

Forums General Melanoma Community Merry Merry Merry!!!

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    KyCyn
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    I'm not here often anymore, but I still think of many of you, and often… for those who are still here and those who have wandered on, I hope you have a wonderful, warm and cozy Christmas and New Year's!

     

    Cyn

    I'm not here often anymore, but I still think of many of you, and often… for those who are still here and those who have wandered on, I hope you have a wonderful, warm and cozy Christmas and New Year's!

     

    Cyn

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      LV
      Participant

      All the best to you, Cyn. Hope your Christmas is as merry as can be.

      And smooth sailing to you in the coming year.

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        MarieM
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        Ahhhh,,,,ONE warm and fuzzy Christmas message. Long gone are the weeks of great Christmas music videos, Jokes, gift ideas, Holy Wars…… What a difference a year makes.broken heart

        Merry Merry Christmas to you all…here and gone.

        Back to the seafood prep…

        MarieM

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        Bonnie Lea
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        we are all here though, in mind, body and spirit.  In my heart which is not broken but happy I know that we all continue to be the way we are meant to be.  Just we dont have the ways and means and place to write our words out any more.  Maybe the new year will bring it to us. for those that need and want it that is. 

        Meanwhile, Celebrate the way of the way.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays for those that choose that.  Tonight is a special night.  And we can make it so.

         

        Love Bonnie Lea Evans on to Butter Tart Prep……(we have take out KFC after Church services) tradition I know I know. tomorrow I ibreak with tradition for us.  after 60 years,  BBQ turkey (on Rotisserie, and my fav roast beef and yorkshire puds, and only the 4 of us, (plus cats) and on the 26th open house for dotter and her new beau and his parents, and my OD (dotters bbf) (other dotter we call her) and he fiance and my dear sonny boy, and our 3 cats (including the visiting one)

        Then back to sanity land with just hubby and me and my two cats and prob still the visitor cat.  who will stay with us till about the 3rd of January when his new home is set up.

        Tonight after church service I read the traditional  Twas the night before Christmas, and evenn with my bonker brain not working very well this time (meds dont seem to keep me babbling co herently much)  I shall give it the old Bonnie Lea Try complete with facial nicey look and hand gestures of the NICE kind.  my 6th year you would think I would have memorized it, but I am lucky if I remember to put my clothes on the right way.  sigh……..  maybe shunt is not working too well.  dunno  maybe need MORE DRUGS  maybe just need help so as to not get my   merds wixed up  blush

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        Bonnie Lea
        Participant

        we are all here though, in mind, body and spirit.  In my heart which is not broken but happy I know that we all continue to be the way we are meant to be.  Just we dont have the ways and means and place to write our words out any more.  Maybe the new year will bring it to us. for those that need and want it that is. 

        Meanwhile, Celebrate the way of the way.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays for those that choose that.  Tonight is a special night.  And we can make it so.

         

        Love Bonnie Lea Evans on to Butter Tart Prep……(we have take out KFC after Church services) tradition I know I know. tomorrow I ibreak with tradition for us.  after 60 years,  BBQ turkey (on Rotisserie, and my fav roast beef and yorkshire puds, and only the 4 of us, (plus cats) and on the 26th open house for dotter and her new beau and his parents, and my OD (dotters bbf) (other dotter we call her) and he fiance and my dear sonny boy, and our 3 cats (including the visiting one)

        Then back to sanity land with just hubby and me and my two cats and prob still the visitor cat.  who will stay with us till about the 3rd of January when his new home is set up.

        Tonight after church service I read the traditional  Twas the night before Christmas, and evenn with my bonker brain not working very well this time (meds dont seem to keep me babbling co herently much)  I shall give it the old Bonnie Lea Try complete with facial nicey look and hand gestures of the NICE kind.  my 6th year you would think I would have memorized it, but I am lucky if I remember to put my clothes on the right way.  sigh……..  maybe shunt is not working too well.  dunno  maybe need MORE DRUGS  maybe just need help so as to not get my   merds wixed up  blush

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        MarieM
        Participant

        Ahhhh,,,,ONE warm and fuzzy Christmas message. Long gone are the weeks of great Christmas music videos, Jokes, gift ideas, Holy Wars…… What a difference a year makes.broken heart

        Merry Merry Christmas to you all…here and gone.

        Back to the seafood prep…

        MarieM

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      LV
      Participant

      All the best to you, Cyn. Hope your Christmas is as merry as can be.

      And smooth sailing to you in the coming year.

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