Big Day

Mike Stafford

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Today is my wife's birthday. I will never be able to express how lucky I am to have married this woman. She is older than me so she taught me everything I know..... :p :ROFLMAO:

But today's date has another meaning for me. Today marks 10 years of being cancer free. I have a number of ailments left over from chemo and radiation damage but I am proud to say I am still cancer free. Ultimately that is what is important.

Thank you for my wife and thank you for my life. One without the other would be a sad existence. I don't think I could have made it without her. Happy Birthday, Gail and thank you for everything.
 

Peter Rideout

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Today is my wife's birthday. I will never be able to express how lucky I am to have married this woman. She is older than me so she taught me everything I know..... :p :ROFLMAO:

But today's date has another meaning for me. Today marks 10 years of being cancer free. I have a number of ailments left over from chemo and radiation damage but I am proud to say I am still cancer free. Ultimately that is what is important.

Thank you for my wife and thank you for my life. One without the other would be a sad existence. I don't think I could have made it without her. Happy Birthday, Gail and thank you for everything.
Nice post! Made my day.
I hope you’re presently treating Gail to a nice dinner somewhere, or some other appropriate celebration.
 
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Congratulations to both, the birthday Gail and cancer free Mike. My dad was cancer free for the last 27 years of his life. The colostomy bag the last 2-3 years of his life became a positive instead of the bother he always said it was. Sorry I am late to the party but belated to both!!! (Think of it as I am the first to congratulate Gail on this coming birthday and you on 11 years!!!)
 
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