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26 Dec 2009 8:52PM   Views : 377 Unique : 307

My grandmother who is over 80 years old had cancer earlier this year. Luckily she survives the operation, but unfortunately it has spreaded. She is too thin and weak to go through another operation.

And then today got a phone call from my mum. She told me one of my aunties has been diagnosed with cancer. And it has already spreaded everywhere. She will go through che-mo and operation soon. Not sure how long she has got to live.


I really hope I will still see them both when I go back home middle of next year..... I really hope so.

Not a good boxing day for me....Sad


LisaRose 10 172 4 United States
26 Dec 2009 9:09PM
Sorry to hear that Cole. There are no answers to some of lifes questions. We can only try to endure them the best we can. If we are lucky, some of these trials will strengthen us, and usually brings people closer together.

You are in my thoughts.


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