Re: [MOL] G'day y'all! [02003] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] G'day y'all!



          Thanks

      Jeffrey
-----Original Message-----
From: Wayne & Marianne Rose <FEARME@bigpond.com>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Sunday, April 25, 1999 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] G'day y'all!


>G'day Martha,
>OK, I concede, you are much busier than me! *grin* Must be fun though,
>I'd love to be an FBI agent (being blonde, no one would EVER guess!). I
>promise I will try and keep in touch, besides, now you have told me what
>is going on, I'll have to monitor the situation won't I? Dad and the
>cleaning lady brought a smile, the kleptomania had me in stitches! I
>know it is not funny in reality, but if you could only see the picture
>in my head! *hysterical laughter*!
>You take care now, and get an anti-bugging device!
>love Mam
>G'day Jeff,
>It is a beautiful autumn day in Australia, cool but lovely and sunny
>with blue skies and white fluffy clouds. I am sorry to say that I
>haven't ridden in a kangaroo's pouch yet, the big ones hop around too
>much for me to get in! And of course, I can't fit into the little ones!
>Thank you for you note, I was pleased to get it. By the way, if you ever
>need information about Australia for (shudder) SCHOOL WORK, just ask.
>And please do me a favour, don't tell my children what your excuses to
>get out of homework, they have enough of their own! *grin*
>You have a nice day too, and write anytime.
>Love Mam
>
>mjt3 wrote:
>>
>> G'Day Mam,
>>
>> I know that it's a lot but your attitude is totally unacceptable; we miss
>> you very much.  My son is adding, forever to the lore, new and inventive
>> ways to avoid doing his homework.  My father is dating(?) his cleaning
lady
>> and, in his search for thrills, occasionally lifts something from the
local
>> store.  (This is not much fun, especially if Tony and I go to the store
in
>> question too).  At my husband's job, most people's phones are bugged.
Most
>> are also walking around with wires.  Interacting at work is kind of like
>> walking around blind folded in a room full of hot plates.  There is an
FBI
>> and, what they call, District Attorney's investigations going on of some
>> contracts.  Please don't make me tell you any more, Mam.
>>
>> Also I can't talk too well, (squeaky voice); walk too well, (getting
old);
>> and for the last week, everyone in the house has had strep throat.  The
>> house needs a good paint job.  The lake behind my house is still not
filled
>> up because there's some part that keeps the water from going back through
a
>> dam that is still on back order.
>>
>> Love and Hugs to you all,
>>
>> Martha
>>
>> P.S.:  Hi!  It's me, Jeff!  I just wanted to say hi and have a nice
>> Australian day.  By the way, what is it like in Australia?  Also, have
you
>> ever ridden in a kangaroo's pouch?  And again, have a nice day.
>> Umm...that's all for now.  Bye.!!!!!!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Wayne & Marianne Rose <FEARME@bigpond.com>
>> To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
>> Date: Sunday, April 25, 1999 7:50 AM
>> Subject: [MOL] G'day y'all!
>>
>> >My dear friends,
>> >As you can see, I am back from my latest residential school at Bathurst
>> >University. We were kept very busy for the five days we were there, but
>> >I did pass my competancies while there, so that is one less thing to
>> >worry about. whew! This semester we are doing psychiatric nursing,
>> >clinical nursing (IV therapy, etc), body systems and genetics for
>> >science, and of course I have to complete the subject I failed last
>> >semester when Lisa passed on. That means four separate three hour exams
>> >in June, plus three more assignments to write, and a perioperative
>> >poster to design! All this, plus work commitments, running the
>> >household, and the number one priority, Wayne and the kids!
>> >So, guys, if I take awhile to respond to your posts, it is not that I
>> >don't care, just that I have to manage my time very carefully.
>> >Cassie is being assessed next Friday (30th) to see whether she could
>> >attend a normal school next year, or whether she would be better
>> >attending a special ed. one. She is still not talking (she's 4 now), but
>> >she is trying hard, and can now say a few new words. Still only one at a
>> >time though. She also needs therapy for 'pidgeon toes', and may also
>> >need occupational therapy to aid with her fine and gross motor skills.
>> >Matthew is doing well, his burn scars are healing nicely, I am just
>> >praying that he doesn't have a growth spurt in the near future, he has a
>> >very thick ridge of scarring across the front and back of his shoulder
>> >which could restrict his movement if he grows too quickly. He has
>> >outgrown his burn suit, so I need to have him reassessed by the physio
>> >to see if he needs to have a new one fitted, or not.
>> >Dee, I hear that your dad is not doing too well, and I am very sorry for
>> >you all. I do think that you need to get his blood pressure situation
>> >looked at, it may be just a matter of a change in the medications he may
>> >be on. It is not unusual for older people to have quite low blood
>> >pressure, and they actually have pretty good circulation. If he had a
>> >lot of fluid drained, that would bring his pressure down, and if he is
>> >on diuretics (fluid tablets) that will also keep it down. As for what
>> >will happen, I can't predict that my friend, everyone is different, and
>> >none of us is God. All I can say is that you should be there for him as
>> >much as you can, say what you need to, and let him do the same. Tell him
>> >we are thinking of him with much love. Talk to the doctor about his
>> >current situation, and find out what else can be done to help. Please
>> >remember that we are here for you........
>> >
>> >Mary, I see that you are at Lil's. What a remarkable woman you are. I
>> >know that life goes on, and that you do what you must, but I think you
>> >are a living legacy to Angelo, and I know that he would be so proud of
>> >the way you are hangin' in there. Mind you, I am also as jealous as
>> >hell! I am absolutely dying to meet all the molers, especially Lil, who
>> >has always been there for me, even when I was offline after losing Lise.
>> >Please remember to take time out for yourself, and know that we love
>> >you......
>> >
>> >Nancy, I see that you are fine *grin* staining cupboards? What a woman!
>> >How are your eyes, and your 'ticker'? Do you know how Greg is doing? I
>> >think of him often, and his family, especially sarah and shona. The mol
>> >album looks fabulous, I am duly impressed. The only problem I have, is
>> >that the roses take so long to open in my browser that it times out, and
>> >I can't always access the dedication page. Has anyone else had that
>> >problem, or is it just me and my archaic computer?
>> >
>> >My dear Lil,
>> >How are you doing? Getting plenty of rest? Or are you too busy playing
>> >with your new toy? *giggle*
>> >
>> >To all,
>> >I could continue to write to y'all individually, but then this email
>> >would be so long it would take a 'month of Sundays' to read it. Much
>> >love to all,
>> >Mam
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