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  #11  
Unread 04-05-2001, 11:28 PM
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Robyn My Friend.......

You are such a dear. Like you said in chat today, it's as if we are all connected through our hearts.

I am adding you to our prayer list at church. Ya know, when you get those white haired church ladies praying for ya, you really have a direct connection!

I am so glad that we met so many months ago in the chatroom. Keep your spirits up. Think positive thoughts. Visit us as much as you can. When you didn't visit us much in the chatroom last month, so many women were asking about you...they were so concerned about you.

Like Cyd said, we are all here for you!

Love and Hugs,
Lola <~~~praying to give you strength and peace of mind
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  #12  
Unread 04-06-2001, 05:30 AM
my dearest Robyn....

You are always in my prayers! I have the 4 nuns next door praying for you, too. I have enjoyed our chats and I look for your posts to see how you are doing. Its OK to cry! It cleanses the soul and releases all that bad energy. After a good cry I get up the next day refreshed and ready to take on the world again. I am sending you white light for energy and healing, along with lots of hugs for love and encouragement. We will all be with you in spirit to help you through these treatments.
God loves you, Robyn and so do we!
If you lose the pubic hair, maybe the leg hair will go too, and you won`t have to shave those gorgeous gams!
A friend of mine that had cancer told me she imaged all the cancer cells turning into beautiful flowers and blooming in a fragrant garden. She is cancer free now for the last 3 years. And you will be too! Its just the getting there we have to support you through now and we will!

{{{{{{{{{{{{robyn}}}}}}}}}}

kaatie
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Unread 04-06-2001, 07:18 AM
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{{Robyn}}

Take a deep breath, hon. Cancer CAN be beat! I personally REFUSE to believe otherwise!

I second and third what the ladies have said. You have every right to be scared! Worrying about the "what ifs" is all part of any cancer treatment. It seems to be especially bad prior to starting treatments. I know I was in the same boat prior to starting my chemo treatments. The only experience I had had with chemo and its side effects were from my mother 22 years ago. Times have really, really changed! It wasn't nearly as bad as I had imagined it would be. The anti-nausea medications they now have available for both chemo and radiation make things much more bearable. I did calm down after experiencing the first treatment and was then able to focus on the most important thing, ME! Once that part of the worry was calmed down, I was better able to keep a positive attitude which is SO important when dealing with cancer of any kind.


I want to tell you during my first round of chemo, ALL body hair went! BUT, it IS all coming back again. I haven't had to shave my legs but once in the last 8 months, so far! I'll bet I'll miss not having to once it comes back full force.

Please let yourself go work through whatever feelings you're experiencing. DONT bottle it up! It needs to come out. You will be finished with the treatments before you know it and back onto your way to getting your life back in order. We're all here for you anytime you need it.

Lots of {{hugs}}

Vicki
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Unread 04-07-2001, 08:04 PM
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I think you'll be surprised once the treatment is underway. Right now there's too much time to think about it. Stuff is new and scary and you've been through the ringer but you're still here and you're still checking in on the site and you're being honest about how you feel. That's pretty darn good. : So keep on coming back and we'll give you support, and hugs and sometimes a kick in the pants if you need it. Take Care!
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