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laughs_a_lot
laughs_a_lot Member Posts: 1,368 Member
I forgot to tell you all that I got deported on Valentines Day. I was the first morning appointment. Just had a lazy day that day.

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  • Jean 0609
    Jean 0609 Member Posts: 2,462
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    Woo hoo!!!!!
    A step closer to your new "norm". Enjoy your weekend.

    xoxo,
    Jean
  • VickiSam
    VickiSam Member Posts: 9,079 Member
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    Jean 0609 said:

    Woo hoo!!!!!
    A step closer to your new "norm". Enjoy your weekend.

    xoxo,
    Jean

    Congratulations! Such a wonderful feeling ---
    free of that port or as I say a constant reminder that we have/had breast
    cancer.

    Can you see that finish line up ahead?

    So happy you are port free!


    Vicki Sam
  • SIROD
    SIROD Member Posts: 2,194 Member
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    Congratulations!
    Being deported was one of the best things I ever did. I never learned to like mine though I was grateful for the easy access to my no veins problem during chemotherapy. Many a time, I wish that I still had my port and so did the phlebotomists, anesthesiologists, technicians who tried to access a vein. The moment passes as soon as they find the elusive vein.

    So kudos to you and do hope you had a marvelous lazy day!

    Best,

    Doris
  • skipper54
    skipper54 Member Posts: 936 Member
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    SIROD said:

    Congratulations!
    Being deported was one of the best things I ever did. I never learned to like mine though I was grateful for the easy access to my no veins problem during chemotherapy. Many a time, I wish that I still had my port and so did the phlebotomists, anesthesiologists, technicians who tried to access a vein. The moment passes as soon as they find the elusive vein.

    So kudos to you and do hope you had a marvelous lazy day!

    Best,

    Doris

    Wheeeee! Feels good doesn't it?!
    Those things are worth their weight in gold but they do start to get annoying when you're out of chemo. Thing is . . . now I have another one for my expander fills, and it's sitting on a rib bone right where by bra band would be if I was dumb enough to put it on. Using stretchy camisoles instead.

    Glad for your news! A relly sweet treat for Valentines Day!
  • debi.18
    debi.18 Member Posts: 850 Member
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    skipper54 said:

    Wheeeee! Feels good doesn't it?!
    Those things are worth their weight in gold but they do start to get annoying when you're out of chemo. Thing is . . . now I have another one for my expander fills, and it's sitting on a rib bone right where by bra band would be if I was dumb enough to put it on. Using stretchy camisoles instead.

    Glad for your news! A relly sweet treat for Valentines Day!

    Congrats!
    Can't think of a better Valentines gift!

    Hugs, Debi
  • epark
    epark Member Posts: 339
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    debi.18 said:

    Congrats!
    Can't think of a better Valentines gift!

    Hugs, Debi

    Congrats...it's a wonderful
    Congrats...it's a wonderful feeling!!
  • Frankie Shannon
    Frankie Shannon Member Posts: 457
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    What a great Val***t
    Hugs

    What a great Val.gift

    Hugs Frankie
  • grams2jc
    grams2jc Member Posts: 756
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    Congrats, Congrats!
    That is a great Valentine's present,

    Jennifer