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Old 07-07-2011, 07:39 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by Seajay
Me and Willa has been reading back over the two posts I put in about her condition and how it all turned out and we have come to a conclusion.
We have never met you guys but you feel like '''family'' and that is good.

Willa and me....

I would really like to see our troops come on home now.
CJ & Willa, we have not met but are friends in this great community. How does it go..., One Nation under God- that's why!

Are troops will come home

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Old 07-07-2011, 08:54 PM   #44
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Seajay and Willa,
What a beautiful story of devotion and faith. You truly have touched me. I hope that someday we could cross paths. You are a wonderful, devoted couple.

NOTE; I am not responsible for typos, poor grammer or misspelled word !
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:06 PM   #45
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:33 PM   #46
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Seajay I'm glad everything is well with Willa, prayers work, I know they do so, keep praying and all will work out.
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:43 PM   #47
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Ok I'm getting a little misty eyed by all this. How about a big group hug all around???????????
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:21 AM   #48
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Thanks God, Seajay!! I'm so glad to hear good news!!!
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Final chapter concerning the health of My Willa.
Today we went to a general surgeon concerning cancer patients. He had all the x rays, mammograms, ultra sounds, opinions, predictions and results of all the other doctors, mammogram readers, ultra sound takers, Willas OB/Gyn, ''feeler upper'', the opinion of our paper boy, three guys that patched the hole in the pavement in front of our house and a very large ''meter reader'' that works for the gas company. This last general surgeon felt, poked, probed and squeezed and determined that, from all the reports from all the people, including posted pictures on Face Book that My Willa DOES NOT HAVE ANY CANCEROUS GROWTH IN HER BREAST OF ANY KIND. He further determined that there was no need for removal of the tiny calcification as that would be a waist of time and totally useless on his part. He did admonish us that she should get a Mammogram once a year and that we should ''keep an eye'' on the calcification for any ''changes'' that may occur in the future.
I will notify the paper boy, the guys that work for the city and the ''gas company meter reader'' that we are all going to keep an eye on My Willa's boobs and be dang sure that she gets a mammogram once a year and a ''inspection'' two or three times a week, minimum.

(i am teasing about the paper boy, the guys that work for the city but I aint sure about the ''gas company meter reader'').... (im watchin him)....(close)...(real close)......(our gas bill has gone down fifty percent and he reads the meter every time I go fishin without Willa)...........

Anyhow, Many Thanks Again For All The Prayers, Good Vibes, Positive Thoughts, Encouragement and the Love you guys showed us in our time of need.
God is Great and he has given me back My Willa.....

be safe and maybe we will meet at the National Rally in September.

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Whew, I been gone awhile, came back and saw all this. The ending is the best news of all. It's so nice to breathe right again after all the stresses of that. I wish all the folks who have bad news, get good news like you got. It's worth every breath of fresh air you can get. Now that the trembling has stopped, let's have a party.
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If'n ya'll need any help in the inspection department, give me a holla.

Sure glad you got all those "second" opinions.

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