Hope your ok, long time no see.lol
Wanted to share the good news with you I had my second baby on the 3rd of March 2015 and we both doing good both at home now. Finding our feet slowly and Nura loves the bones of her little sister Maria.
Wanted to share a picture of my two girls with you.
Doris thabks for thinking of me. My ytratment for prostAte cancer did not work. Cancer spread to my bones. I AM OM CHEMO. STILL IN WHEELCHAIR, i cannot walk. I cab get in bathoom and shower,My cousin 89 is very,very ill I am his caretaker no one suggests nursing home so I am on futy 24 hours. Tom my nephew comes Thursday to Monday. I p[ray every day God will take Russ. We sold our car, We are not capable anymore of driving. Hope all is well w3ith yop and Ken. HUGS,Reed
hi Sweet Doris , I wanted snow but this mess was ice with snow on top . I shoveled ice as best I could so we would not fall. I am glad the mess is gone ! So thankful ya'll made it safe on the road trip. Wow I bet that took some good driving skills to get through that. No not doing so great on this end. So if you could send some prayers it would be much appreciated friend. Take care, God Bless..
Doris I have more problems than Carter has liver bills. I fell again. The wheelchair is it for me. I onlly wa;lk a limited bit. My cancer treatment did not work so have to see a cabcr specialist Jan 16th. Russ not good. A terrible patient. All this exhausts me. I hope you and Ken doing well. Let us hope 2015 is a better year. HUGS,Reed
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