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Re: [MOL] Hi Frank, the Lone Ranger!!!!!!



In a message dated 11/29/98 10:50:34 PM Eastern Standard Time, fmc@ndak.net
writes:

<< Subj:	 Re: [MOL] Hi Frank, the Lone Ranger!!!!!!
 Date:	11/29/98 10:50:34 PM Eastern Standard Time
 From:	fmc@ndak.net (Frank Cromie)
 Sender:	owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 Reply-to:	mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 To:	mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 
 this is the lone ranger again,sitting at my desk with a bowl of strawberry
 ice cream,a can of pepsi,with a mounds candy bar.My daughter who lives in
 Texas wanted a wall clock for Christmas.She mentioned one that was at
 K.Mart,in fact,her first words as a baby was "attention K-mart shoppers"just
 kidding.Anyway they had this clock that she wanted.However,I surfed the net
 and found this real nice one.It is made of cheery wood,and has a pendulum.I
 think she will like this one better.How about a box of Sees Candy?You will
 have to forget your diet though.I hope you had a good weekend.I had blood
 work and a chest x-ray last week,I go to the doctor tomorrow.You take
 care.Frank
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 -----Original Message-----
 From: NLPOST@AOL.COM <NLPOST@AOL.COM>
 To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
 Date: Sunday, November 29, 1998 9:17 PM
 Subject: Re: [MOL] Hi Frank, the Lone Ranger!!!!!!
 
 
 >Hi Frank,
 >Since you are feeling like the Lone Ranger, I thought I would write, I used
 to
 >watch him all the time, but was never able to talk to him, so you just made
 my
 >day, LOL.  Now don't you just feel special?  I've been on your diet, now I
 >think it's time to quit that seafood diet, I just have to turn things
 around.
 >You didn't forget the MOL's on your shopping spree, now did you?  See there
 >and you thought you were done, haha.  Can I tell you want I want, or are
 you
 >just going to surprise me?  I just love Christmas, but mostly the true
 meaning
 >of Christmas, and I just love to love and love to give.  I just don't have
 >enough Money, so all the MOL's get from me is all my love and support, and
 >most definitely my prayers.  I still like surprises though. OK?  LOL
 >Take care and God Bless you Frank,
 >Nanc
 >
 >In a message dated 11/29/98 7:32:13 PM Eastern Standard Time, fmc@ndak.net
 >writes:
 >
 ><< Subj: Re: [MOL] bad mood/PJ
 > Date: 11/29/98 7:32:13 PM Eastern Standard Time
 > From: fmc@ndak.net (Frank Cromie)
 > Sender: owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 > Reply-to: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 > To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
 >
 > This is Frank,I feel like the Lone Ranger,no one wants to talk to me.But
 let
 > me add my two cents about waiting and being a bad mood..I thought I was
 > going to get my canerous prostate taken out in June.But since cancer was
 > found in my kidney,they removed that instead.Then I had to wait six weeks
 > until I recovered enough to have surgery again.The nite before my second
 > surgery they gave me this liquid fleet juice to drink.I went so many
 > times,that I had to change my hospitol gown three times.In the morning I
 > still was going.So they had to postpone the surgery until the next day.My
 > read was so infected and blistered that it took three weeks to get the
 > redness down.Now about going on a diet,I am presently on a "Seafood
 Diet",I
 > eat all the food I see.Anyway my friend,my heart is with you,you will be
 in
 > my prayers.How many of you folks are doing your Christmas Shopping on the
 > internet.I am just about through with my shopping,its all in the
 mail..Love
 > to all.Frank Cromie
 >
 >
 >
 >
 >
 >
 >
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: Joicy Becker <joicy@POP.erols.com>
 > To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
 > Date: Sunday, November 29, 1998 5:49 PM
 > Subject: Re: [MOL] bad mood/PJ
 >
 >
 > >Dearest PJ,
 > >As a wise friend once told me (more than once!) "Cool your jets!"
 Goodness,
 > >girfriend, you're really working to set yourself up for a totally
 miserable
 > >Christmas!! Sooooo, take a deep breath and repeat after me ten times: I
 am
 > >not superwoman, and my goal is to just chill and enjoy the coming weeks
 > >with my friends and family!"
 > >
 > >Now, let's look at your goals one by one:
 > >
 > >Re: dieting -- yo-yo dieting is bad for you, you already know that. And
 any
 > >diet where you lose 20 pounds in three weeks is also very bad for you;
 you
 > >know that, too. The pounds didn't come on overnight, you're not going to
 > >lose them that way either. And the studies all indicate that many of
 these
 > >kinds of diets actually screw up your metabolism. What you want is a
 > >lifestyle "shift." That's going to include smaller portions of healthy
 > >food, and exercize (no way to avoid that one!) The Nordic Track is
 > >excellent, in that it will give you a full body workout. But you need to
 > >set modest goals or you will give up before you start. So start with baby
 > >steps, dear heart, manageble steps where you can see progress. Keep a
 > >journal of when you eat and what. Get in touch with what situations make
 > >you grab for food. But take your time, so you can keep it off.
 > >
 > >RE: pregnant by Christmas: again, don't put this kind of pressure on
 > >yourself! Having a baby should be fun, in both the making and the
 raising.
 > >How much fun will you have if you've got a deadline? And if you're
 > >stressed, you're going to make it that much tougher to conceive. Your Mom
 > >loves YOU -- her Christmas is not going to be based on whether you're
 > >pregnant, trust me!
 > >
 > >RE: Christmas: Let it happen! Roll with it!! Re-read Marty's chicken soup
 > >on laughter, and promise yourself that your are going to laugh more this
 > >year than ever before, that you are not going to waste a single moment
 > >meeting the expectations of others, that you are going to be in the
 moment
 > >with your loved ones every single day. Scale down  and simplify
 everything
 > >you can. THAT, my dear friend, will ensure not only a great Christmas for
 > >YOU, but for all those who love you as well. I promise! Consider yourself
 > >Hugged! Love, Joicy
 > >
 > >--------------
 > >
 > >>Hi everyone
 > >>I'm just telling you all in advance that starting tomorrow I'm going to
 be
 > a
 > >>really bad mood.
 > >>Tomorrow is my 1st day of dieting - again.
 > >>
 > >>I want to lose lose lose.  My hubby and I made a pact to lose some wait
 by
 > >>Christmas so we can get pregnant and surprise mom when she visits God
 > Willing.
 > >>
 > >>Also tomorrow say a prayer for my mom Dolly that she gets the new chemo.
 > Her
 > >>shingles are still there but tomorow the onc will let us know.  The onc
 > won't
 > >>let her travel to us unless mom has 2 visits of chemo in her.  this new
 > chemo
 > >>Camptosar is going to give her severe diarrahea.  Hope and pray she is
 > able to
 > >>travel.  If not we are going there in two weeks.  If mom comes here I'm
 > going
 > >>to be having Christmas dinner for atleast 15-20 people - I'll need the
 > prayers
 > >>for that.  I have my menu prepared just in case I need 3 weeks to know.
 > Wow I
 > >>just can't believe it's almost December.  I don't know about rest of you
 > >>beautiful & handsome people but this year went by so fast.  It feels
 like
 > >>yesterday that I was in the operating waiting room waiting for mom's
 > results.
 > >>
 > >>So people just cheer me up as I go through this diet thing.  My cousin
 > told me
 > >>about a Dr. Atkins diet - no carbs for a while.  She lost 20 pounds in 3
 > >>weeks.  I need to lose that and more.  I just pray that I can lose it.
 My
 > >>cousin also brought me her Nordic Track to use.  If anyone knows of this
 > beast
 > >>let me know what you think of it.  Am I crazy to use it or what.
 > >>Okay TBL.
 > >>L, H, K
 > >>PJ
 > >
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