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11 October 2010


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SO happy to see you are doing well!

I love how you call the cancer stuff a massive inconvenience! It was hard for me to realize I needed an oncologist, still seems surreal, but.... Glad you had such good news and are feeling so well.

Hoping the consultation went well, D, and that the runaway train has the brakes on. (and, oh my goodness, the sound of that song took me back a few years!)

My boys have a CD of old children's favourites, of which this is one. Three generations of our family enjoy listening, albeit for different reasons.

I have train dreams too, and always feel slightly miffed at the smutty insinuations of psycho-analysts. To me, it is perfectly obvious that they are anxiety dreams about life feeling a little out of control for one reason or another. I do hope that your runaway train slows down now and gives you plenty of time to choose which station to alight at. Less 'The Runaway Train', in fact, more 'Adlestrop'. There, that's better already, isn't it?!

Thank you everyone. The consultation went much as I'd expected a consultation with an oncologist to go. It's very much a one size fits all (even when it doesn't) approach -but will probably write more of that anon . . .

And, yes, Dancing Beastie, Adlestrop is just the thing.

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