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Just saw this, Whiskey.

My heart goes out to you and your family.

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That is a lot on one plate. I could not even imagine... You and your family will be in our prayers.

Keep your rubber on the road and your feet on the pegs and have a good ride.

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Hang in there, because there are very few alternatives other than doing so.

It's so hard to believe with the achievements we've made since clubbing women, and dragging them into caves, and driving around in cars with stone wheels, that they still haven't found the true cure for cancer.

It doesn't seem to matter what we do, or don't do for that matter, it crops up everywhere, even where least expected.

My Mother died from it a few years ago, and my Dad is currently under treatment for prostrate cancer.

I wish yours the best of outcomes, but in the meantime, try to enjoy and comfort your people to the fullest extent while you still can.

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Hang in there, because there are very few alternatives other than doing so.



It's so hard to believe with the achievements we've made since clubbing women, and dragging them into caves, and driving around in cars with stone wheels, that they still haven't found the true cure for cancer.



It doesn't seem to matter what we do, or don't do for that matter, it crops up everywhere, even where least expected.



My Mother died from it a few years ago, and my Dad is currently under treatment for prostrate cancer.



I wish yours the best of outcomes, but in the meantime, try to enjoy and comfort your people to the fullest extent while you still can.
I'll keep you and your dad in my prayers. Thanks for the encouragement.

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