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I have what?

So many of us share that thought, so many of us cried, but I know one thing sure by this, we weren't brought this far to die.
As we look back at years gone by, we smile and grin and laugh, but those good times don't have to be your last.
We can laugh and sing to our hearts content, we can dance in the streets if we want. We can make our new memories, and know they come straight from the heart.
We can love from our hearts, and sing a new song, we can act like we feel we are young.
Cause there is no stopping us, because we know, God isn't done with us.

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DEER

This deer was on one of the bike trails we went on over the weekend. He was totally cool with us being so close.

DEER
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Tongue Cancer

I am 54 years old and have just recently been told I have tongue cancer. My suspicions started back in August 2008 when I saw a round white ring under my tongue on the left side. Not sore. I have had sores in my mouth due to dental work or other cause before but this just looked strange. I started rinsing with salt water and and oral rinse my dentist gave me for a crown implant but no changes in two weeks. I have a dentist appt the next week and decided I would ask my dentist, who said if it did not get better in another week go see my oral surgeon. This was just something that I go not let go of.

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Sandy's Sarcoma

My name is Sandy and I was diagnosed with Fibrosarcoma on February 6, 2007. What a day. I was alone. Two doctors stood in front of me and said, "you have cancer". I called my sister Karen. I was put in the hospital that night, surgery the next morning, then off to Cedars to have an aggressive re-section of my left buttock, where my stage IV tumor resided for just three months...the size of a mango...so I walk around half-assed, literally.

I had six sessions of week long chemo, protocol AIM, which actually took about a year. Six weeks of daily radiation half way through. I am currently 10 months in remission, but scared everyday that I will hear those words once again.

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Me, post cancer

Me, post cancer
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HIKING IN THE REDWOODS

THIS IS MY HUSBAND AND I AFTER AN EXHAUSTING 5 MILE HIKE IN MIR WOODS. IT LOOKS LIKE I AM LEANING INTO HIM; ACTUALLY HE IS HOLDING ME UP! IT WAS A LOT OF FUN AND VERY BEAUTIFUL!

HIKING IN THE REDWOODS
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Spring Break 08'

Spring Break 08'
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