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Title: RE: [MOL] Kathy! I'm Working, I'm working!

Hi, Lil!  So glad you like your new computer!  Vince is coming over to my house tonight to "fine tune" mine.  Maybe I'll be online tomorrow.  You never can tell!  Love, Kath

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
[mailto:owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com]On Behalf Of Lillian
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 1999 4:58 PM
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
Subject: Re: [MOL] Kathy! I'm Working, I'm working!


I am sure the molers will attest to the fact that their e-mails have increased
again since I am back on line sending all thoes goodies!  LOL!  I don't want
to brag; but this computer makes it all so much faster and easier on me.  I
did not know how rough I had it until I got the new one and can see the
difference first hand.  It is amazing and I just want to search and search and
search the web, hear that molers?  Glad your back friend, love you, lillian
    -----Original Message-----
    From: kcorrigan@chgw.com <kcorrigan@chgw.com>
    To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
    Date: Tuesday, March 30, 1999 7:29 AM
    Subject: RE: [MOL] Angelo and MOL Angels
   
   
    Lillian!  It's so great to hear from you -- I can't wait to get back
online!!!  I heard what our MOL Angels did for you.  Wasn't that the most
incredible thing?  You deserve it, of course, but not all good people get what
they deserve.  My friend has assembled a computer for me out of extra parts he
had in his garage.  This one's free.  It's slow, but I don't care.  It works.
I didn't realize until I met all you people online just how special people
could be.  Now I'm finding friends here, too, that I didn't know I had.  I
feel so fortunate.  How are you, Lil?  You must be tickled to death with your
new computer.  Better get to work now.  My desk is starting to look like a
nest!  LOL  Love, Kath

    -----Original Message-----
    From: owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
    [mailto:owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com]On Behalf Of Lillian
    Sent: Monday, March 29, 1999 7:58 PM
    To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
    Subject: Re: [MOL] Angelo and MOL Angels

   
   
    Forget about you, you should be so lucky !  Glad things are moving along
for
    you friend, having that special time with your family put a smile in your
    heart and on your face!  I could feel the radiation right through the
monitor
    screen.  Can't wait for you to be back on line.  Your friend, lillian
        -----Original Message-----
        From: kcorrigan@chgw.com <kcorrigan@chgw.com>
        To: NLPOST@AOL.COM <NLPOST@AOL.COM>
        Cc: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
        Date: Monday, March 29, 1999 2:23 PM
        Subject: [MOL] Angelo and MOL Angels
       
       
        Dear Nanc:  I got your message transmitting Mary's post.  I wasn't
    shocked, but I was terribly saddened by the news.  I knew he didn't have
long.
    I felt almost as sorry for Mary as I did for Angelo -- that poor girl has
    suffered so much for so long.  What a tragedy!  I have a feeling, though,
that
    Mary and her wonderful children are strong enough to endure this with
grace
    and dignity, don't you?  I will pray for them.

        Reilly has contacted U.S. West.  Our CD should be here in about five
days,
    and then he can install it.  So, I'll have to be patient a little bit
longer.
    At least I know it's going to happen now.  I had to wait for him to do it
    because the telephone is in his name now -- not mine.  This way, I can
stay
    away from some of Jerry's creditors, hopefully, and other people he has
    apparently ripped off.  He's made a lot of enemies.

        I had a fantastic weekend.  My sister and her friend, George, came
over
    from Utah; my parents came over from their little town just east of here,
and
    both my brothers and my oldest brother's wife.  We all got together and
went
    to the garden show in the afternoon at the convention center.  It was
    fabulous.  Then we went shopping at the Mall.  I hadn't bought anything
for so
    long, it was so much fun.  My sis bought me a new purse, some really neat
    sunglasses, a new pair of pajamas, and some nice perfume.  It felt like
    Christmas -- better, in a way, because I was with my entire family.  On
    Saturday morning, my sweet hairdresser gave me a terrific haircut, and
didn't
    charge me a dime.  He says he doesn't like the gray very much, so he
insisted
    upon coloring my hair for me next Saturday, also for free!  What a doll!
He
    knows I don't have any money.  I will pay him back, though, as soon as I
can.
    Saturday night we went to an outstanding Italian restaurant for dinner.
It's
    called Romano's Macaroni Grill, and I guess there are quite a few of them
in
    the west.  Unlike most chains, however, this place is special.  We had a
    wonderful meal and an unforgettable evening.  Yesterday, we went to
brunch,
    and then with my parents while they looked at new modular homes.  They're
    trying to sell the place they have now because it's just too large for
them,
    and the yard is as big as most parks.  It's getting to be too much for Dad
to
    take care of.

        In a couple of weeks, I'm flying to Utah to spend four days with my
    sister.  We have so much fun that I'm really looking forward to it.  I
already
    have my ticket.  My friend, Carl, and his wife, Jan, are coming to spend
the
    weekend with me the weekend of April 9th, and I'm looking forward to that,
    too.  Although Jan came to see me last year during chemo, I haven't seen
Carl
    in about seven years. 

        The divorce should be final in about three weeks, and it either hasn't
hit
    me yet, or I'm much happier without him.  I think it's the latter, and I
    almost feel guilty for being so relieved.  I hope God and everyone else
will
    forgive me for being so selfish, but life is so much better now! 

        Don't stop writing to me just because I'm not online.  I will be
shortly,
    and then you'll all be in for it!  Love, Kathy

   
   
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    <DIV><FONT color=#000000 size=2>Forget about you, you should be so lucky
    !&nbsp;
    Glad things are moving along for you friend, having that special time with
    your
    family put a smile in your heart and on your face!&nbsp; I could feel the
    radiation right through the monitor screen.&nbsp; Can't wait for you to be
    back
    on line.&nbsp; Your friend, lillian </FONT></DIV>
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        <DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2><B>-----Original
Message-----</B><BR><B>From:
        </B><A href="mailto:kcorrigan@chgw.com">kcorrigan@chgw.com</A> &lt;<A
        href="mailto:kcorrigan@chgw.com">kcorrigan@chgw.com</A>&gt;<BR><B>To:
    </B><A
        href="mailto:NLPOST@AOL.COM">NLPOST@AOL.COM</A> &lt;<A
        href="mailto:NLPOST@AOL.COM">NLPOST@AOL.COM</A>&gt;<BR><B>Cc: </B><A
        href="mailto:mol-cancer@lists.meds.com">mol-cancer@lists.meds.com</A>
    &lt;<A
        href="mailto:mol-cancer@lists.meds.com">mol-
    cancer@lists.meds.com</A>&gt;<BR><B>Date:
        </B>Monday, March 29, 1999 2:23 PM<BR><B>Subject: </B>[MOL] Angelo and
MOL
        Angels<BR><BR></DIV></FONT>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>Dear Nanc:&nbsp; I got your message
    transmitting
        Mary's post.&nbsp; I wasn't shocked, but I was terribly saddened by
the
        news.&nbsp; I knew he didn't have long.&nbsp; I felt almost as sorry
for
        Mary as I did for Angelo -- that poor girl has suffered so much for so
        long.&nbsp; What a tragedy!&nbsp; I have a feeling, though, that Mary
and
        her wonderful children are strong enough to endure this with grace and
        dignity, don't you?&nbsp; I will pray for them.</FONT></P>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>Reilly has contacted U.S. West.&nbsp; Our
CD
        should be here in about five days, and then he can install it.&nbsp;
So,
        I'll have to be patient a little bit longer.&nbsp; At least I know
it's
        going to happen now.&nbsp; I had to wait for him to do it because the
        telephone is in his name now -- not mine.&nbsp; This way, I can stay
away
        from some of Jerry's creditors, hopefully, and other people he has
        apparently ripped off.&nbsp; He's made a lot of enemies. </FONT></P>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>I had a fantastic weekend.&nbsp; My sister
and
        her friend, George, came over from Utah; my parents came over from
their
        little town just east of here, and both my brothers and my oldest
    brother's
        wife.&nbsp; We all got together and went to the garden show in the
    afternoon
        at the convention center.&nbsp; It was fabulous.&nbsp; Then we went
    shopping
        at the Mall.&nbsp; I hadn't bought anything for so long, it was so
much
        fun.&nbsp; My sis bought me a new purse, some really neat sunglasses,
a
    new
        pair of pajamas, and some nice perfume.&nbsp; It felt like Christmas
--
        better, in a way, because I was with my entire family.&nbsp; On
Saturday
        morning, my sweet hairdresser gave me a terrific haircut, and didn't
    charge
        me a dime.&nbsp; He says he doesn't like the gray very much, so he
    insisted
        upon coloring my hair for me next Saturday, also for free!&nbsp; What
a
        doll!&nbsp; He knows I don't have any money.&nbsp; I will pay him
back,
        though, as soon as I can.&nbsp; Saturday night we went to an
outstanding
        Italian restaurant for dinner.&nbsp; It's called Romano's Macaroni
Grill,
        and I guess there are quite a few of them in the west.&nbsp; Unlike
most
        chains, however, this place is special.&nbsp; We had a wonderful meal
and
    an
        unforgettable evening.&nbsp; Yesterday, we went to brunch, and then
with
    my
        parents while they looked at new modular homes.&nbsp; They're trying
to
    sell
        the place they have now because it's just too large for them, and the
yard
        is as big as most parks.&nbsp; It's getting to be too much for Dad to
take
        care of.</FONT></P>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>In a couple of weeks, I'm flying to Utah to
    spend
        four days with my sister.&nbsp; We have so much fun that I'm really
    looking
        forward to it.&nbsp; I already have my ticket.&nbsp; My friend, Carl,
and
        his wife, Jan, are coming to spend the weekend with me the weekend of
    April
        9th, and I'm looking forward to that, too.&nbsp; Although Jan came to
see
    me
        last year during chemo, I haven't seen Carl in about seven
years.&nbsp;
        </FONT></P>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>The divorce should be final in about three
    weeks,
        and it either hasn't hit me yet, or I'm much happier without
him.&nbsp; I
        think it's the latter, and I almost feel guilty for being so
    relieved.&nbsp;
        I hope God and everyone else will forgive me for being so selfish, but
    life
        is so much better now!&nbsp; </FONT></P>
        <P><FONT face=Arial size=2>Don't stop writing to me just because I'm
not
        online.&nbsp; I will be shortly, and then you'll all be in for
it!&nbsp;
        Love, Kathy</FONT></P></BLOCKQUOTE></BODY></HTML>