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Schnugglepuss

Schnugglepus...........son of Buggalugs.......what a cat!

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RIVA......my soccerfreak

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A proud moment

This picture is of my husband, my nephew and me. We raised my nephews since 2000 and this is the oldest Rob. It is his induction ceremony to our local police academy May 2008. I had just had my port placed 2 days before and I started my first round of chemo the following week. He has since graduated and is on his own and is getting married this August. He went through the academy at the same time I did chemo and we used to count down the weeks. We both made it.

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They're growing!

Shaelyn & Cameron Feb 2009

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My husband & I

My sister asked me to post a photo of myself

My last day of chemo!

My last day of chemo, my nurses threw a celebration party! They gave me a tiara, a sash, a banner, a poster, balloons, and flowers, and when I got there, they had the old song "I Will Survive" playing. It was great! My nurses were true blessings and helped me so much. In the photo, I was laughing and crying at the same time. It was a really emotional day.

hi my name is steven walker

i feel so sorry for people who have cancer soon i only hope that there is a cure for cancer one of my best actors patrick swaynze who as got cancer hope he gets better i have never witnesses any of my family with cancer and i dont want to anyway i have seen many films of patrick like dirty dancing, roadhouse and point break his best was point break kool film.

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God is Able

I have been a missionary since 1990, serving in Nigeria, England, Israel, Haiti, and Mexico. My husband and I were married in 1998 and continue the Lord’s work together in Nigeria, The Philippines, and Mexico. We have seen many miracles in the mission field.

In 2001, we were working with a bible college in Arizona. I had been suffering from chronic Lyme disease for over two years. Lyme’s is a very debilitating incurable disease. I had an indwelling IV port and took daily doses of IV antibiotics and morphine. I was seriously ill.

My husband, Don, was talking with the mission’s director one day and he asked Don if we would consider going to The Philippines. The Lord touched my husband and he replied, “Of course.”

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