Re: [MOL] testing cancer during staging/ Lil/Liz [03403] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] testing cancer during staging/ Lil/Liz



The secret is not to ever grow up!  Stay young forever and hey that bra
sounds real good.  Could you buy a padded bra, remove the padding on the one
side?  Let me know if that works.

Oh, you are talking about the indentation under the arm and then the pocket
that always makes your arm feel it is resting on something.  Boy,, oh boy,
do I have that.

The end of the story.....well ofcourse the car started without the least bit
of trouble.  I have been careful and only save that type of praying for the
real important things......it was scary.  love you, lillian
-----Original Message-----
From: Elizabeth Patterson <eapat@ewa.net>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Friday, February 26, 1999 12:00 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] testing cancer during staging/ Lil/Liz


>Well Lil,
>
>Unless its a shaggy dog story, the car started.
>
>I use my arm all the time and it moves quite well but it still feels like I
>have a pad between my body and my arm. I also now know why some women's
>clothes always seem to fit them crooked. Mine do too. There is a lack of
>balance between the right and left breast. As a result my clothes don't
>hang right. I need to find a bra with only one side padded.
>
>Maybe there is a  business opportunity there. Do you think? Maybe not. If I
>need one probably thousands of others do too and someone has probably
>started manufacturing them. I wonder where I could get one.
>hmmm!
>
>As for 20 years down the road, I'll only be 78. I had always planned to
>live to at least 120. I figure I am only entering middle age.(at 58) . The
>question is, What do I do when I grow up? I am still working on that one.
>
>Love ya
>Liz
>
>
>
>Liz P. Of Yakima
>
>
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