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Mam and Roger, old friends, good to see you back on line, we need a
nurse just as Betty says! Did you ever get to met Jill in Sydney? She is
a long time friend of ours and she has a good heart. God bless, Jeanne


Wayne & Marianne Rose wrote:
> 
> To all the new people on this forum, welcome!
> Better late than never, hey?
> Following is a short (*grin*) bio. on me, my family, and why we are here
> on Mol.
> As many of you have probably guessed, we have been on here for some
> time, signed off for awhile, and couldn't help coming back :).
> Anyway, my name is Marianne (shortened to Mam, since we Aussies shorten
> almost everything!), I am married to Wayne (a hunk of a man!), and we
> have five children, David 15, Damian 11, Jessica 9, Matthew 5, and
> Cassie 4.
> We joined this list when my husband's sister Lisa was diagnosed with
> colon cancer, stage IV, looking for hope, for help, for anything at all
> really. We received much support from the people here, many of whom were
> having a terrible time themselves. We have been through treatments,
> great test results, not so great results, we have seen people pronounced
> 'cancer free', and we have lost some to God. But the one thing that
> resonates throughout, is HOPE. No matter what, it is always here, and
> that is what kept us going during the really tough times.
> Our Lisa was 36 when she went to heaven, only five months after she was
> diagnosed. But with the help of this list, those five months bought our
> entire family closer than we ever thought possible. Lisa left behind
> three boys, Christopher 17, Luke 13, Josh 6. who are being cared for by
> Wayne's mum and dad.
> I am an enrolled nurse, studying towards a degree in nursing (2yrs to
> go) and I work with people who have severe physical and intellectual
> disabilities. Our youngest daughter, Cassie is developmentally delayed,
> has poor vision, fluctuating hearing, and she doesn't speak well - but
> she is beginning to say some new words every day now!!!
> We have a strong interest in cancer for the reasons already mentioned,
> and because I lost my grandmother to breast cancer when I was 16. That
> affected me greatly, I wish these guys were here then!
> Well, in a nutshell (yes I know, a huge one!) that's us.
> I hope we can be of assistance to some of you.
> Love Mam, Wayne and the tin lids.
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