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Old 07-04-2011, 03:42 AM   #15
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Old 07-04-2011, 04:38 AM   #16
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Our prayers are with you. Try to be strong and stay positive.

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I am so sorry to hear this about Willa and your other trials.
Rest assured you are both in our prayers and will remain there.

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Old 07-04-2011, 06:07 AM   #18
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Sejay & Willa,

You are both in my thoughts and prayers! Just think positive there are so many things this can be, but we allways tend to think of the worst! Also be thankfull that you have had a second chance, on something that some folks never even had once! Keep positive and more impotantly Keep the faith!!! I know it can be hard but now is the time you both will need him most!!!

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Old 07-04-2011, 06:22 AM   #19
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You both are in my prayers. Keep us updated. God bless you and Willa.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:34 AM   #20
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Seajay and Willa,

I wish for you the same good fortune I have had. I had a breast biopsy back in 1979 for a lump that was benign. A few years ago, I had to have a second mammogram one year because of what the radiologist thought might just be a bad image and was but didn't want to take a chance, then a couple or three years ago, I had to have a needle biopsy. I have been fortunate and I hope and pray that Willa will have exactly the same results.

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Old 07-04-2011, 07:17 AM   #21
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Easy there shipmate.
You got a week or two before you even know if you have anything to worry about, just relax and smell the roses.

Willa will be in our prayers too.
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So many good thoughts. So many words of encouragement. So many new friends. So many prayers for My Willa and me.
Many, Many thanks from our house to each of you.
Willa and I have discussed this ''thing'' and we have decided that ''it'' is scar tissue from where she had a breast reduction some years ago. Willa said it could be a ''calcification'' deposit and it is probably nothing to worry about and we will definitely have ''it'' checked out come Tuesday when her OB/Gyn gets back in his office. We are taking the high road on this and until we are told different, and proven different, and this ''thing'' is little more than a ''pimple on my butt, or in her boob'' as the case may be and she is going to be just fine I am sure. We are very positive about this now since the initial shock is over with and we are going to be fine.
Keep up the prayers and the good thoughts and I will let you know the minute we know something on this.
God bless you all for your support in our time of need......

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Seajay, you and Willa are in our prayers.
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I offer the same thoughts and well wishes as all of the above and I add one other thing. Take Willa and go to Hawaii just as soon as the time is right.
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Seajay, you guys are in my thoughts and prayers. Hope her diagnosis is correct.
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Seajay and Willa, Stress is the root of illness. Don't stress out, but use this event as a time to "really play hard" for the next few days. Have the best of everything - best meal, best fireworks, best swim, and anything else that you can have the best of! All will be well. POSITIVE THINKING. ((((HUGS TO BOTH OF YOU)))))
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God bless and I will say some prayers.

I lost my best friend in an accident when we were in our early twenties. It changes your outlook. For years I was the only one that put flowers on his grave.... now someone else is doing that also.. maybe family that got older and they realize how fragile our mortality is. Time changes and so do we.
Another friend had been talking about retirement recently and he had one more year to go, he came down with cancer and he has gone...
We just have to take it day by day and count our blessings for the good things and good times.
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My recent needle biopsy was because I had calcifications (following breast reduction surgery) that kept changing on the mammograms. Medical personnel and I finally decided to go the biopsy route after several six-month mammograms.

The odds are in Willa's favor, no matter what the results of the tests.


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