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    Thoughts of spring
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    az330 posted:
    Spring is appoaching and I cannot wait.....Feeling antsy on the inside. Counting down the treatments....What a daunting thing...Its almost over....One thing at a time....Trying to be strong and stay focused. Not letting myself feel too much right now. Thinking about everyone...

    AZ
     
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    slik_kitty responded:
    hugs
     
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    bluerose90 responded:
    It's good to hear from you AZ. Keep going one day at a time. (((Hugs)))

    Rose
    Where there is shadow, there is light.
     
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    tnmist replied to bluerose90's response:
    (((AZ))) Keep on keeping on. Spring is on its way.

    -Misty


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