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30 September 2010

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Wishing you lots of luck. x

I can normally suffe codswallop on Sunday evening along with a small glass of something, but even I drew the line at said period drama.

Will be thinking positive things this afternoon...

I wish you well at the appointment, well as it's breakfast time here in New Zealand, your appointment will have been already; I hope the news is good. I appreciate your need for divertissements, shame the new series wasn't as diverting as it should have been.

I know I am commenting late (being nearly on the backside of the globe will do that) but I am wishing you the very best and hope all went well! {{{{HUGS}}}}

My late mother-in-law used to murmur 'Gently and Calmly' to her children apparently, when they were behaving anything but. A couple of days ago I found myself absolutely ROARING it at my 4 yr old in the playground. Lead by example and all that...

Hope the visit went well?

I sincerely hope your appointment went well. Please keep us updated.

Hi, my appointment is on Thursday (I have bowel cancer which has spread somewhat, they reckon). I'm blogging my experiences too - I live in Mallorca and that adds its little eccentricities to the whole process - in the hope of de-mystifying it for other people who might be scared too.

You can see how I'm faring at www.twocrumbliesandacat.blogspot.com

Good Luck xx

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