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Hey Jeanne, Please ask, I'm curious.  I went into X-ray when I was 18 because I thought it was really neat to be able to see inside the body.  If I knew then what I know now, I'm not so sure I would have done it.  But I have no regrets,  I have met a lot of wonderful people patients as well as co workers.
Gail Estes
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From: Christine White <christine.white@sympatico.ca>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 1998 8:01 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Jeanne


>Jeanne,
>Just go out and buy yourself a computer for Christmas. I would certainly
>love to have a second one (a spare).
>Yes, weather is certainly  something we Canadians enjoy talking about, eh!
>Enjoy your beautiful fall colours, ours are all gone. The trees are pretty
>bare and looking like winter. We never did get our Indian summer.
>Hope your appointment went well at the doctor. I don't think I would ever
>have a colonoscopy. I have enough trouble with a pap. Let us know how you
>made out. Take care.
>Christine
>At 12:45 PM 26/10/98 +0000, you wrote:
>>Yes, I don't understand this, why waste so much time on trying to fix
>>something yourself. James wanted a faster processor and bought into
>>generic. Win 95 would not work properly on them. Tried another brand, same
>>thing. It seems to have gone on for weeks. I think this is a man thing and
>>I think some men just enjoy the process of fixing things. Runs in the
>>family, James' brothers are all the same. They really do hate to pay
>>someone else to do something they can do themselves and usually better. We
>>should have all been farmers. My dad is the same way. Me, I feel like
>>marching into a computer store and buying a government certified computer
>>and saying when I get home, "mine, all mine!"
>>
>>Woke one day and looked out the window, FOG. I love fog though it is COLD!
>>Our bedroom window is above tree level and the view is quite stunning right
>>now with the fall colour. Even driving around is an adventure. Later, the
>>sun finally burned this off and the shafts of light striking the gold of
>>the turning trees was striking. It was strange as this comes just after a
>>day where the temp rose to 19 degrees Celsius. I don't know off hand what
>>this is in F... 69? I had been driving along a "scenic route" at twilight.
>>The houses perched on the rocks looked like something out of a Club poster
>>and the colours of the fading sun broke and shimmered on the water. I had
>>this sensation of moving through a pastel colour wash...unreal. I talked
>>Cathy into coming with me to Cattle Point again another day and this time
>>the sky and the world again a colour wash, this time of various shades of
>>grey. This must be close to what a colourblind person, or a dog or cat
>>would see. Still as it was, there were about 30 sailboats close to shore
>>waiting for the wind to pick up. BRRR! Gulls sitting around waiting for the
>>"winds up" signal and more Harquellians! (I wonder how that is spelled) 
>>
>>It is Ohio, where you live isn't it, Les. Used to be Five Nations country,
>>though they may be in hiding.
>>
>>For those who wonder, talking about the weather is a favorite pastime. Do
>>you agree, Christine. Christine, you lucky lady, a live-in techie yet!
>>
>>Say a little prayer for me... off to see an internist tomorrow. Same guy
>>who looked after me when I had the colon resection. He does a colonoscopy
>>every once in a while. I don't mind them actually, I never remember a
>>thing. I wonder though, how do people get to choose career paths that
>>involve looking up other people's rectums? Should I ask?
>>
>>God Bless, Jeanne
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