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jselleck posted:
Happy Friday evening my darling Beepers. I have some really good news for a change. I got to talk to my father this evening and it went really well. He had his three month checkup with his cancer doctor (lymphoma) yesterday and his numbers were good for a change. Great news, considering last time he went, they were mainly in the the high low area. We griped about the Indiana game not being on CBS (college basketball for those not from a basketball state like I am), their win, chances in the tourney, and the season in general. It was sooo good to talk to him. We also talked about the upcoming baseball season, rookies to watch, the Josh Hamilton situation between the Rangers and the Angels, card collecting, and this and that. One of the best conversations I've had with him since IU got beat by Butler back in December. I'm soo happy right now. I even got my goals met today. Did two loads of laundry and got them folded, and vacuumed the apartment. I feel good right now. Hoping tomorrow is just as good. Take care everyone.

Jess
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slik_kitty responded:
yay jess! glad it's going well for your dad.
 
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jselleck replied to slik_kitty's response:
Thanks Kitty. I am too!!!


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