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OK...enough of cancer for the moment..Tell us what you wish for secretly besides NED which we all wish for that, but what you really really want for Christmas, Simply return as a child and spill it brothers and sisters....Ya never know, Santa may be listening or watching...I will start it.....

I want a Heavy Duty sleeping bag..
Some new crappie poles...
Gander Mtn gift card
Breakfast in bed.....
Thats it........

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thready
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I would like an embroidery machine, a long arm quilting machine, new new balance shoes, and 2 weeks in Hawaii. I would be happy with anything, I need a new toaster.

It snowed yesterday here in Texas, that does not happen very often, it was great, now I am ready to get ready for Christmas. Oh happy day!
Jan

damama24
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What I really want for Christmas is a lap top computer so I can take it with me when I get chemo, because its an all day affair. But thats just wishing,this year christmas will be very slim at our house. I can always hope that things get better before then. Deb

khl8
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I would love to get, a trip back to Hawaii, I went there 1 1/2 years ago on my son's Make a wish trip and loved it!!!!!!
I am going to Jamaica in August for my other son's wedding, so I guess I should not be greedy. Who knows, I might like Jamaica just as much.
Oh, and did I mention world peace?? ( good lord, I am quoting "Miss Congeniality") Must be the chemo brain.
Kathy

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...A laptop, A large plasma TV, tp be able to pay my bills on time, and get my cell phone turned back on LOL....A Scrabble game, I love board games lol...Peace on this world, the soldiers to come home already, people stop abusing kids and animals, some comfortable pajamas, My kids to be able to go to New York and see where I grew up, to see an Ocean, they have never seen the ocean..but that's about it, not much LOL!

Nice thread Bro, I would give you breakfast in bed, but I don't think your wife would appreciate it LOL!!

Hugsss Bro!
~Donna

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Buzzard
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Just kiddin...... :)

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That's a good one!! LOL!!

Hugsss!
~Donna

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Challenge you to a game!!!

I don't usually win but I do like the game but I like most board and card games.

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Be up for that challenge one day Lisa, I love the games too! cards and board games ;)

Hugsss!
~Donna

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I'd love to hike up to Blue Lake in the Rockies for a picnic.
one of my favourite things to do when i lived in colorado.

oh yeah,and that... world peace.. thing.

kate

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I want to meet the team..... locker room preferred..lol

Jennie

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Now that would kill your cancer quicker than chemo!!!!

Thanks for the laugh and "locker room memories". I lived in Wash. DC in the early 90s and one Monday Night Football game after a Cowboys game that the Redskins won I was watching the news while the film crew doing was doing interviews in the joyous locker room. Apparently the light on the camera signalling that it was filming was burnt out so needless to say there was some footage shown of a few naked football players walking around behind players being interviewed. It was surreal and really caused a ruckous in DC the next few days.

The funniest part of it was being at work the next day and those that saw it talking about it all............will share more about those conversations when I meet you in person!!!!!!

Lisa P.

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Jen - No presents for you. You are on the naughty list for the locker room comment. I want to meet the dallas cowboy cheerleaders.....locker room preferred..lol

Eric

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Also consider UpWords. It is a twist on Scrabble and even people that refuse to play Scrabble with you anymore (if you always kick their butts), or younger kids can play it. You get to build up, as well as out. So you might put in cup, and someone can build on top with copper (you always have to leave at least one original letter. You get extra points for stacking. Younger kids do well with changing cup to cap, etc. So everyone can play. I've been a Scrabble nut for all my life, but I almost prefer UpWords now.

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I'll try to keep this short.

1) Some toys for my kids. (Things are going to be a bit slim this year)

2) A 1 week get away trip to anywhere warm. To sit at a beach, on a chair, under a palm tree, with a cold beer.

3) A nice TV for our master bedroon. The older I get the smaller that 13 inch screen gets!!

4) Something nice for my wife... She has been with me everystep of the way

5) A bone for my dog CURLY!!!

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I feel like a kid doing this, but of course there was no internet to post on when I was a kid.

It looks like we've got world peace and ending the wars covered, so I don't need to ask for that.

I'd really like someone to pay off my mortgage, but seeing as that's not very likely, a laptop would be really handy. I'm using John's here at the hospital, but he's a PC guy and I'm a Mac guy...

Aside from that, I wish I had more money to spend on my little 2-year-old niece for her birthday in a few weeks and for Christmas. She's amazing and I love her to death.

I know Buzzard already said something about NED, but I'd just like to add to it and say that I want John and everyone else on this board to become those people who experience "spontaneous remission" just, zip! no more cancer! It does happen. My parents have a friend who had terminal brain cancer - his doctors said it couldn't possibly have been worse, and suggested he had between 3 - 6 months to live and there was no way to treat it. Then, for no medically explainable reason, it just disappeared one day. Now it's more than 10 years later, and he's fine. go figure. I want that for everyone on here.

And if Donna brings breakfast in bed to Buzzard, I'd happily bring Donna breakfast in bed to keep it going, only I don't think I'd be as much of a threat to her spouse ;-)

Fun thread - Thanks!

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And I will bring you breakfast in bed to keep it going and will not be a threat to your spouse either............

Lisa P.

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I would bring breakfast to you both as well Lisa and Adrian, and wouldn't be a threat to your spouses as well, and actually, my husband wouldn't mind, he'd probably take the time out while you feed me to go fishing! LOL

Hugsss!
~Donna

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Well, Buzzard

He just left my house with a handful of packages that will be coming to YOU and many other people on this board in the U.S. and Canada too!

What would I want for Christmas?

1. I'd like to see the smiles on your faces and the feelings in your heart when you get my
Christmas package and see what I've made and put inside the card for each one of you!

2. I want HEALTH for each one of my semi;colons - or at least Peace & Calm during the
holiday season.

3. Personally, I would like another Golden Retriever to ease my wife's pain in her heart and
so I could have my family back. Enough time has gone by that I think Sundance would
understand and say it's OK.

My needs are small - I don't need much, I've got my needs met and I've been blessed - I have new people in my life that have showed me the "true beauty" of the human spirit and I am so grateful for all of you that have come into my life - and Buzzard, you are one of those too, so don't think you aren't. I watch you from the sidelines and constantly strive to have the sort of wisdom that you impart to our wonderful community.

Happiest Holidays Ever to Each One of YOU!

-Craig

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I wish that you ALL could get what you want for Christmas!!!

I wish that all my daughters and family were here for Christmas!

And to be totally greedy, A SPA DAY!

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Ok right at the top of the list I want to look like Nana b cuz she is the most beautiful just over 40 we all know.

Next I am asking for Adrian for breakies....Adrian how bout orange juice, granola, yoghurt, and some fresh fruit on a tray please.

oh and no more pain for us.....that's it...simple...why can't that be arranged??

no more pain.....lol just kidding, love you

mags

ps I don't know if anyone has been watching but over the years I have posted with my DH...hahawww you say....different man. Yes this is my dearly beloved brother...DH still here and beloved.

falalalal
mags

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California is granola mecca!

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Hubby and I only have one car (pd in full, 2003 VUE I got for Christmas in 2002) and he drives about 30 minutes to work each morning, crack of dawn. Having only one car means I am stuck at home most of the time. He coaches sports so many days he doesn't get home until 8:00 at night. If I need the car for dental appt, etc., I have to be up before 6:00, drive him an hour round trip and then pick him up. We don't do that often.....

I want a used car that would get me to Wal-Mart, the library, city park, etc. We're taking 4 or so miles, tops..... Not in Santa's budget, I'm afraid.

Dian

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I would really like to have a big Party for all the semicolons. Limousines would pull up at your door and each family would be driven to the airport. While I am dreaming, hotel accommodations and dinner for everyone so that we can all meet, laugh, and hug!

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All I want for christmas is a heated garage,and a cure for cancer of all types,and NED for everyone one the board.

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All i want is for my marriage to work out. Ever since I found out that i have stage 4 colon cancer my marriage has been down hill. It was before that also. But it seems to be getting worse. All he does is go to the bar. Until wee hours of the morning. And it is an every night thing. And it has been going on now for 4 yrs. And all i want is someone to hold me and be there for me. i didn't think that was so hard too ask.

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I think I would like to change what I want. I would like confused1's husband to give up his trips to the bar and hold her. I will be praying for that it a big way! She needs that way more than I need a toaster!!!!
Jan

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Well, sure. But once guys start the bar trips, they don't usually give them up -- that's life. So I will join with you in hoping confused1's husband comes home, but in case not, I hope you get a toaster.

--Greg

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Confused I wish you love, and loving arms to hold you.

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I'm so very, very sorry to hear that. Do you have children, friends and a church family to lean on?

Wishing all your dreams come true this Christmas Season.

Diane

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and I refer to you as Reba because you remind me so much of Reba McIntyre, and she too is a beautiful lady.....Tell him how it is when he gets sobered up then allow him to make the decision with a time stamp on it. Hes got the ball in his court and until you light a fire under his butt hes not gonna change.....If he loves you he will come home, if he doesn't then you have your answer...There are plenty of men out there that would give their left one to have a woman as caring as you.....don't fight for your life and then waste it...You owe yourself and your self esteem wayyyy to much to deal with this...Tell hubby to buck up, 4 years is about 3 years and 11 months to dang long for this to go on......Love and Hope and
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Buzzard

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I'm trying to engineer some cherry wine from Michigan from my in-laws, who live there. It's not a fortune involved -- around $8/bottle -- but the small wineries in Michigan can't deal with Hawaii's restrictions on importation of wine, so I can't order any, myself. Why do I want cherry wine? I don't really know. I've never had any. It sounds good.

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If so Greg, I'll get and send you some............

That sounds like it's easy and would be fun to hear what you think of it when you taste it.

Lisa P.

I am very serious.

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It's very nice of you to offer. I do think that my wife's sister, who lives in Pinkney, will come through for me, and I'll let you know how I like Michigan cherry wine a bit after Christmas.

--Greg

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I wish for confused1 to get her husbands heart back, I think that is a very sad story and my heart bleeds for you. I know how much my husband means to me so, I will be praying for ypur christmas miracle. I will have to say I wish to be ned for all of us.I wish to pay my bills on time.:) Patti

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With no kids in the house anymore, George and I have done some traveling the last 4 years. Since he got colon cancer, we have put travel on a definite hold, didn't know how much out of pocket we would have to pay for medical. So, if money were no object, I would like a 1 week trip somewhere warm (maybe Florida Keys or Mexico) and while we are gone, have someone come in and paint the condo and for confused1's husband to find his way back to her heart.

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Patteee
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I wish for *that* back in my life. And yes, I mean, *that*

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Would love for our youngest daughter, who is in the Army, to be home for Christmas and to be there when she gives birth in 3 weeks. I would also like to hold my new grand baby as I won't see her for over a year.

I would love for everyone to be NED.

I want more stability in my bowels so I can wear the pretty new pj's I bought without having to worry if I'm going to ruin them :)

I want to be able make love to my husband. Yup we discuss everything here. I go in the end of the month and will ask doctor how this can be achieved since radiation has shrunk everything down there.

I want everyone of you to have a Blessed Christmas and Holiday season (whatever you celebrate), and to spend quality time with your family and friends and to let you know, you are always in my prayers and thoughts. I love you all.

Hugs!

Kim

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...I wonder if chemo did this to me, but my hubby and I hadn't made love on a very long time, and we did a few days for the first time in a long time, and It hurt like heck! I swear I felt like a virgin again LOL!! it was even bleeding a little bit down there... Is this normal????

Hugsss!
~Donna

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We tried about two months ago and it bleed and split so I know that the radiation did some major damage to the vagina. I have a dilator (no people not a dildo :) )about 1 inch in diameter that I'm supposed to use once a day but haven't. I want to talk to doctor about getting something done. Maybe an operation to split it open. Oh we do talk about everything don't we :) It hurts like heck for me too, and I want something that is going to be more comfortable. It has been since March. Poor husband he is so patient.

Hugs! Kim

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Okay I take back my spa day and wish you and Donna a FUN Day with hubby, with no pain, no sorrow, just pure heavenly sex.......I mean love.

No really, I wish you lots of wonderful nights with your hubbys to help you both forget all the pain you have endured! Peace!

khl8
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Kim,
Use the dilator! It will help to stretch the area. Put on a little music, dim the lights, and Oh god, I cannot beleive I am going to say this, but have your hubby help! It takes time, but it is worth it.
Kathy

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since we are on the subject...I was told no sex without a condom, is this for the whole two weeks? I get the runaround from the chemo nurses with different stories. Can I wait a couple of days before... any advice? Patti

khl8
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Kim, I would like to send you a private message about your wish to be with your hubby again, I am new to this and don't know how..... Do you know? I have some experience with this and can give you a few ideas that will help make it possible.
Kathy

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Hmm...let's see.

I would love to have all the family together for one big pajama party for Christmas, so we could all open presents together.

I would love to have enough money to buy each person on my list, especially my grandchildren, one amazing gift that would make them dance with happiness.

I would love to be able to provide a complete Christmas for a needy family.

And, Santa, I know it's a lot to ask, but could I pretty please have a trip to Paris? It's a dream of mine for a long time now...

That's it!

*hugs*
Gail

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Geez, thanks Mags, got to love you!

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My grown daughter and I decided that this Christmas was about the grandkids, and we grownups weren't going to exchange gifts we probably don't need anyway. When I broached the subject with her, I asked if she would be upset not to get something from me. Her reply - "Mom, I have YOU back...that's my present." OK, go ahead a cry with me....

Vicki

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I too want maid service for you. I went through the same thing when I was getting chemo. You can't just "don't worry about it" like some would say because it will still be there no matter when you open your eyes.
Other than the obvious... world peace, NED for everyone, I want new cookware my family cannot destroy. All my good TFal scratched from family using forks or something metal!! And they said it couldn't happen. I would love a little relief from neuropathy pain in feet and hands. Maybe some wool socks and gloves. For the memory or "chemo brain"..any suggestions. Merry Christmas everyone. Ann

beachinmom
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I used them during treatment. I think it was for 6 free cleanings...AWESOME.

Hopefully they have a location that offers it in your area. I would love to make your wish come true!

http://www.cleaningforareason.org/

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Merry Christmas Everyone!
I would like to have a nice dinner with my family and friends for Christmas! I also would like you guys all to get you Christmas wishes! Have a good one, whatever it may be.....
Donna

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