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Chartreux
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   Posted 8/7/2009 8:01 PM (GMT -7)   
I had a fight last night with my husband, ended up crying all night in the bathroom and a small bruise
on my left knee...I told him I hated him and wanted a divorce...I'm still mad...
Pretty much center's around getting procedures done on 12 August and the 19 August, well my daughter
is supposed to be at college on the 19 August and we missed a local send off, which made me mad and well
I was curled up in pain most of today, getting only a few moments of sleep here and there, this local send off was important
to me as I can't be there for my daughter on the 19 and he knew it was important to me...
He'll be with her on the 19th to says goodbye, was it wrong of me to want to go to this send off??
cry
This is our only child, whom we've been through a lot with, she had open-heart surgery at just 12 days old, she's
been and done so much more than the doctor's thought possible..
I'm so very hurt by his not wanting to take me to this send off...........my asthma is starting to flair again, my chest hurts...
cry cry

Thanks for
letting me vent..

Hope y'all get a low pain day, so sorry, my postings might not be up to par...............
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PAlady
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   Posted 8/7/2009 8:39 PM (GMT -7)   
Char,
Vent away! You so rarely share your troubles but always are giving sweet hugs to everyone, I'm glad you're sharing with us.

I'm not sure I'm entirely clear on the specifics in my mind. I thought I remembered you had a procedure that was going to conflict with your daughter leaving, but now I'm not sure I understand what you mean by your husband not wanting to take you to her send off. Maybe you coud help me out a bit, but don't worry about my confusion - that's not the point.

And no, there's nothing wrong with your wanting to go. Of course not!! Can you possibly reschedule the procedure on the 19th? I apologize for not remembering what it is, but maybe if you explain to the doctor or hospital doing the scheduling they could make some changes?

I wish I could think of more, but I am sending you a ton of hugs!!!

((((((((((((Chartreux)))))))))))

PaLady

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   Posted 8/7/2009 8:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Chart,
I'm so sorry this has happened to you. I too am not sure whats going on but it's pretty obvious that you are hurting bad. Please vent all you want, marital problems really suck, I should know having had plenty but when it involves your children, it's the worst of all! You have plenty of good friends here and some strong shoulders to cry on if you need them. Please feel better and like PA said, maybe you can reschedule your procedures?
I'll be praying for you!
Lots of love to you!
Pete
56 years old, Surgury, Radical Prostatectomy 8/20/03, PSA 6.6, Gleason 3 + 3 = 6, Adenocarcinoma extent (moderate) Stage & Margin:T2NOMX, No Metastases, Organ Confined, bone scan: Neg. 3 1/2 years of depression after surgery prior to Hypogonadizm DX, Testosterone Theropy> new 2/6/09> 400mg injections once a month. 56 and so glad to still be here to see my two sons grow up to be fine young men. They are both serving in the US Navy, Joseph is on the aircraft carrier USS John Stennis back in Bremerton, Wa. after 8 mo. deployment! and Pete Jr. is on The Asault Ship USS Bataan "The Jaws of the Fleet" somewhere in the Persian Gulf w/ 2,000 Marines aboard. I am one very proud (what they call me)> Big Pops! 


anice
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   Posted 8/7/2009 9:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Char, I completely agree with PaLady. You very rarely vent and share your troubles. You vent as often as you need to. We all care for you. You are such a help to many of us, and so many sweet hugs you send. I am sorry you and your husband had such a big fight last night. You mentioned a bruise on your knee, did he cause that? I certainly hope not. Often times we all say things that we don't mean. I do hope that you both can come to a compromise and be able to work things out. Maybe you can reschedule your procedure on the 19th so you can be there for your daughter, if it is what you feel you need to do. PaLady suggested it, and it may work. Sure wouldn't hurt to try. I can tell you love your daughter very much. And I can understand this hurting you like this. I am sorry, I don't remember what you are having done on the 19th...Please keep us posted on how this works out. You know we are behind you to give you all the support and hugs that we can. I hope your asthma is not flairing too much. Is your chest still hurting? This concerns me. I do hope you get a good, restful, and much needed good nights sleep tonight. I don't know what else to do. And I know hugs are always good...
((((((((((((((((((((Chartreux)))))))))))))))))
Anice

White Beard
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   Posted 8/7/2009 9:52 PM (GMT -7)   
Chart
I think I am piecing things together now, and I think I understand what is happening but somethings are still a little fuzzy, but it is always alright to vent here, I think we are family, I hope that you think of us that way too! Anyway I do hope you and your husband get things patched up! You know I wish you only the best Chart, and I really do hope things get better for you! But remember we are always here for you!

White Beard
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I'm Retired USAF, went back to school and became an RN, and now am on full disalbility!--Degenerative Disc (affecting mostly the thorasic disc but all levels involved), C6/7 laminectomy/diskectomy& fusion, Osteoarthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Complex Sleep Apnea, and host of other things to spice up my life!(NOT!) Medications: Oxycontin, Percocet, Baclofen, Sulfasalazine, Metoprolol, Folic Acid, Supplemental O2 at 3lpm with VPAP Adapt SV


Chartreux
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   Posted 8/8/2009 7:23 AM (GMT -7)   
The doctor wanted to do these procedures back to back for better results, on the 12 th are
the injections c4,c5,c6,c7 and c8 both right and left side and on the 19th the radiofrequency ablation
it's supposted to work better back to back..
The 5 hour drive up to my daughters college would be too hard on me, so we had all agree, he'd take
me to the send off here and that'd be like my goodbye, so when the day came he said no he wouldn't take me
and he stayed at work late....( I don't know why)
I took my Xopenex last night and that's helping, still hurt in my chest some...
and wwell yes he cause the bruise, but it's doing better, I locked him out of the bedroom last night
and we haven't talked yet...maybe later....

thanks
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anice
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   Posted 8/8/2009 10:01 AM (GMT -7)   
Char, Thank you explaining the procedures you are having. I certainly hope you are able to get some relief afterwards. And a 5 hr car ride would be extremely hard to do. I know how much you want to be there. But your daughter knows you love her. And you'll be able to say your well wishes and hugs and kisses, afterall. It will still be special to her.

I really am sorry about the problems you and your husband are having. That alone is very hard to deal with. I do hope you are able to sit and talk this out and come to some sort of agreement. I am very sorry about the bruise. He should never put his hands on you in that way. It is wrong, as I know you both know this. I hope he does apologize for that and it doesn't happen again.

I will be thinking about you. I do hope things work out for the best. I hope your asthma will clear some too. That is a scary thing as well as dangerous. You just know that your family here loves you and we are all here for you every step of the way. Lean on us as often and as much as you need too. That is what it is all about.
((((((((((((((((((((((Char))))))))))))))))))))
Anice

skeye
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   Posted 8/8/2009 11:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Char,

I'm so sorry that you weren't able to go to the send off for your daughter & that you got in a fight with your husband! I can't imagine how hard it is to say "goodbye" to your child, and I know it must be killing you. Could you & your husband arrange a little celebration for your daughter at home? You don't even have to invite anyone, just have a nice family dinner, or something. I'm sure she'd appreciated it & it might make you feel better about the situation.

I hope things are going better for you today & that you are feeling better too! (((((((((((((((Char)))))))))))))))))

many hugs,
Skeye

PAlady
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   Posted 8/8/2009 11:19 AM (GMT -7)   
Char,
I am very concerned after reading your story that your husband caused the bruise. I guess I wanted to assume the best when you first posted, that you tripped or something and the bruise was unrelated to the fight but just something else that had happened.

I know you may not want to hear this, but I really think you need to seek some marital counseling from someone who understands violence and abuse issues. Char, it is NEVER ok to push or hit or shove or whaterver to someone. Angry words are harsh enough, but when it escalates to physical the lines are getting crossed. I don't know if it's the first time it's happened, but either way, please don't ignore it. Even the tensions between you around your daughter's leaving added to all the pain you're dealing with fill the plate for you individually, and even as a couple. Still, violence is NOT - I repeat NOT - excusable. And very often violence escalates. It goes from verbal to pushing or slapping to things that get more and more dangerous. It does not get better without help. Please, please give this very serious consideration. I know people tend to want to excuse it due to tensions and whatever, but now that I see he caused it, and that you are either feeling scared enough or other emotions to both lock yourself in rooms to stay away from him says to me there's a lot more happening in your relationship.

And even having a therapist for you to vent to can be useful, too, as many of us do or have had. I've got some professional background here, as you likely already know, but I've also been to therapists off and on throughout my life. I would be again now if I could afford it, just for the support. I guess this forum is my therapy now! But Char, the violence needs to stop. And you need to tell him in no uncertain terms it is not ok, and that you need to get some help together. Let a professional assess this. There are some anger management programs out there sometimes designed for men so they feel comfortable. It doesn't have to mean the end of your marriage or anything like that. As a matter of fact, it may make it stronger in the long run. Doing nothing, though, may give you periods of relative calm, but then always the fear of another eruption. It's called the cycle of violence.

Please vent to us here. We want to help support you through all this!

As far as your daughter and the procedures, I'm still just a little confused. You say he refused to take you to the send off and I'm assuming you mean the local one, but you're speaking in the past tense. Aug. 12th and 19th are still in the future. When is the local send off, or did that already happen? If not, maybe you can get a friend or someone else to take you. And I understand now why the doctors want to do the procedures so close, but maybe you might have to make a choice to see if you can reschedule both procedures? You can at least call and see how long you'd have to wait - but explain to them the reason. They may be more sympathetic and put you on some kind of cancellation list where you can do both a week or two later. It's worth a shot.

Char, please take care of yourself!!!!

((((((((((Chartreux))))))))))))))

PaLady

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   Posted 8/8/2009 12:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Chartreux,
I am so sorry you are having to go through these personal issues as well as the physical ones. I can certainly understand the frustrations with both. Please do vent! I also understand there is a therapuedic element to just putting your concerns, issues, and frustrations into typed out words. The feedback from the family here is always good.

I hope that you and your family can find a compromise and work this through, and that you are having a better day!

N8

edt
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   Posted 8/8/2009 2:04 PM (GMT -7)   

Char,

I am sending you lots of warm hugs and want you to know you are safe here with us to vent as much as you need too!

I agree so much with what PALady has posted (she is so wise). 

I can  relate to the disappointment you are feeling, I was having Fusion surgery while my youngest daughter was graduating from High School.  I was devastated at missing this huge event in our lives.  My husband and oldest daughter video taped everything from the time they arrived to the stadium until the very end with my youngest telling me how much she loved me and thanked me for everything I had done for her over the years.  It wasn't the same but at least I didn't miss seeing her get her diploma!!

Perhaps, your hubby would consider doing this for you, it did make me feel sort of like I was there.

((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((Char))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

XXXOO
Patti


golitho
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   Posted 8/8/2009 4:00 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh Char, I don't like the idea of your husband hitting you, did he stay late at work so you missed the local send off? I think PAlady is right you need to see a councellor and talk through this extremily stressful scenario. How terribly hurtful for you and us CPers are so vulnerable. Asthma is the pits when you're upset, are you on a good preventer? Please post again soon and let us know how you're going. Big hugs, golitho

Tirzah
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   Posted 8/8/2009 4:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Char,
I'm so sorry to hear about the bruise. PA's right that there is no excuse for that ever. If it was a one time only thing, I guess that's something for you to think about. If it's been happening more than just this once, then perhaps a divorce is in order.

Assuming it was a one time thing (which still doesn't make it okay), I thought I would share with you my own story in the hopes that you find some encouragement in it. I'm not married yet, so when I say my family, I mean my birth family. I used to be in so much pain & had no energy to do much of anything. They would get so frustrated with it, always feeling like they had to explain things to other people (I don't know why they felt that way, esp. with complete strangers, but they did). They would see me over do things often enough, and then end up bedridden or in the hospital from the pain. My PM would just start to get things under control & then I would over do & ruin all his work. So in their own little twisted minds, they felt like they were helping me. In reality, it REALLY, REALLY hurt me b/c then I felt like I not only had a physical disability but then my family was treating me like I had an intellectual disability as well. Other people would talk about me both behind my back & right in front of me like I wasn't even there, or sometimes like I was there, but was too slow to follow a conversation. It was soooo frustrating!

I got a 2-level RF procedure done in January. It took about 6 weeks to start really helping (which is standard) & then the pain was significantly better. Then, in June my PCP started me on Synthroid for hypothyroidism. The "depression" (low energy, low mood, achy joints, trouble sleeping, significant weight loss) was finally treated. I had been through a lot of anti-depressants & none of them helped, so no one except me & my PCP really expected this drug would help, but it set in pretty quickly & made a night & day difference. For the first time this month, I was actually invited to come & celebrate a birthday with my family (my mom's). They're still a bit hesitant, but none of them can deny how much better both my pain & my energy level have been since the treatments, so slowly but surely they are starting to come around. Try to put yourself first. I imagine it must have been horribly hard to not be able to see your child off to college, but there will be plenty of other times to celebrate with her. I know a lot of colleges have Parents' Weekend in October or November. Perhaps you will be recovered enough by then to head out to her college. I know that even though the send-off meant more to my mom, having my parents come out for family weekend really meant a lot more to me. I was all excited about going off to the university, but after a few months, I realized that I really did miss them more than I thought I would & was glad to have them visit for a few days. My dad took me to get college sweatshirts for all of us to wear to the football game & my mom brought me a bunch of food (I hadn't been eating b/c the food in the cafeteria was so horrible :\

I know it is incredibly frustrating to be so dependent on someone to get around & having them make decisions for you can feel really demeaning, but try to hang in there & hold on to the hope that if they can get most of the pain with the RF & you take the proper time to let your body heal, it means huge changes to your life. Now I don't need to depend on others for rides much at all. I am able to drive myself & nothing feels quite as good as having that kind of freedom. I'm sure you're like me & have tried a million different things & none of them worked, but RF does work in a lot of cases & I will say some extra prayers for you that the procedure will work wonders, that you will have the proper time to heal & that your family will be better about honoring your decisions for your life, even when they may mean more hardships down the road.

Keep us posted on how things go -- both with the RF & with your family. Do keep in mind that the trials usually only last a day or two, so don't let that get you down. If they help, even for a short time, there is a really good chance the RF will make a great difference. :)

hugs & blessings,
Frances
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Draka
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   Posted 8/8/2009 5:20 PM (GMT -7)   
I so sorry to hear you are hurting.... hope today was at least a little better....
Lisa


PAlady
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   Posted 8/8/2009 9:49 PM (GMT -7)   
Char,
I hope you weren't offended by anything I said. Feel free to tell me if you were!

Just let us know how you're doing when you can.

((((((((Chartreux)))))))))))

PaLady

White Beard
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   Posted 8/9/2009 9:05 AM (GMT -7)   
Chart
I see I have missed allot yesterday, I have a question about what you posted. You wrote:("and wwell yes he cause the bruise, but it's doing better,") .....now are you saying what this sounds like your saying?  Because if you are, then I am in complete agreement with PALady, there is never an excuse for spousal abuse  absolutely NEVER! It shows, at the very least a complete lack of responsibility and self control  on behalf of the person who is doing it, and ....well........possibly allot worse! Has this happened before?  Is this an on going thing?
 
Chart you also said("The 5 hour drive up to my daughters college would be too hard on me, so we had all agree, he'd take me to the send off here and that'd be like my goodbye, so when the day came he said no he wouldn't take me and he stayed at work late....( I don't know why)") .......Your husband did not give you any excuse  at all, as to why he would not take you to your daughters send off?  Does he often do this type of thing? You post is very disconserting ( I think that is the word I want to use?) Anyway it makes me very concerned for you!
 
Chart considering what I am going through right now I am probably the last one on earth to be giving you advice about marital problems, but I am going to anyway!   Please!, Please! do go and seek the advice of a professional counselor, if your husband won't go with you. then go by yourself! But do Go! Do it for you! You owe it to yourself! No one should have to suffer violence or abuse from their spouse! That type of behavior is unacceptable and should never be tolerated! I just can't stress that enough!
 
I wish you well Chart! I do hope everything turns out alright for you!
 
White Beard
Moderator Chronic Pain
 
I'm Retired USAF, went back to school and became an RN, and now am on full disalbility!--Degenerative Disc (affecting mostly the thorasic disc but all levels involved), C6/7 laminectomy/diskectomy& fusion, Osteoarthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Complex Sleep Apnea, and host of other things to spice up my life!(NOT!) Medications: Oxycontin, Percocet, Baclofen, Sulfasalazine, Metoprolol, Folic Acid, Supplemental O2 at 3lpm with VPAP Adapt SV


Splashdancer
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   Posted 8/9/2009 11:46 AM (GMT -7)   
I am new here and I don't want to stick my nose where it doesn't belong, but like several others here, I am concerned about what you wrote. The bruise you mentioned, the refusal to take you to a very important event - these are red flags to me and I am worried about you. It sounds like things I said years ago. I think I included my email on my profile, if not I will put it on there now. Please contact me if you want to talk. Please feel free to tell me to MYOB, but know that I am here to listen or talk. If I am way off base in what I'm thinking, then that is great, but if not, PLEASE contact me.

Chartreux
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   Posted 8/9/2009 5:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Thank you all so very much, I will talk to my psychologist soon and ask he he could help or
recommend a marriage pyschologist..I was so tired yesterday and slept most of the day...
I think the marriage therapist is a good idea, thank you..

I found out today my husband's sister called him on weds. and she is pushing
for us to go up north to Iowa for his parents 50 th anniversary, my parents 50th is in October and
we already told them we couldn't make it, so he had a lot of pressure being put on him now..

This was the first and only time he's (my husband) has thrown anything at me, he's usually so qiuet and nice , but at least
now I understand some of it..None of our family is here in Texas, my folks are in Michigan and his
are in Iowa, we'll be able to work through all this now, some how..We talked today which has helped.

Today was a better day, except for a mild asthma flair
I'll post more later as I'm tired..
thank you
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* Asthma, Allergies, Osteoarthritis, Spinal Stenosis, Degenative Disc, Fibromyalgia, Gerd,
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skeye
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   Posted 8/9/2009 6:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Char,

I'm glad that you posted & that you are doing okay & going to seek some help. I'm really concerned about you as well! ((((((Char))))))).

hugs,
Skeye

anice
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   Posted 8/9/2009 7:11 PM (GMT -7)   
Char, I am very glad you posted to let us know things are better for you. I am glad that you and your husband talked. Communication is so important, as you very well know. I do think you can get some benefit from talking to someone. It does help. I am having my first real counseling session tomorrow. I actually am looking forward to it. I understand your husband being under stress. And it is a sticky situation. And I am glad he hasn't hit or thrown anything at you until this happened. But it is never okay for this to happen. Hopefully, it will never happen again. But please do get some counseling that will help you.

Just the stess alone of being in chronic pain all the time is enough. But adding your asthma condition and the problems with your husband, ofcourse you are tired!! That is completely understandable. Please make sure you get enough rest and take care of yourself. High levels of continued stress are not good for us. And soon it starts to effect not only our physical health but our emotional well being as well. I know you know all of this. I do care about you and I wish you the best. We all do. Please keep us posted on how you are doing.
Anice

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   Posted 8/9/2009 7:58 PM (GMT -7)   
Char,
I'm also glad you posted, and already have a psychologist you can talk to.

I hope you can get some rest, and that your asthma calms down. Then you can work on other things.

((((((((((((Chartreux))))))))))))))

PaLady

Chartreux
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   Posted 8/10/2009 7:39 AM (GMT -7)   
Anyone every have problems with Vertigo?
woke up last night with vertigo and again this morning...
I'm thinking my ear infection, ear pain, oh geezee...bbl........
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   Posted 8/10/2009 9:12 AM (GMT -7)   
 
Dear Chart,
 
     Good morning! *huggs* I am sorry I didnt respond sooner. I keep thinking "ill post as soon as XXX kicks in" Sorry, so tired of living in the pain fog cry   And yes!!!! I have vertigo right now and infections that are barly being contained in my jaw. So yes, it is totally possible for an  ear infection to cause it. But I should say my spine does this weird twisting thing ,so my leggs are weird legenths so im off balanace to begin with. Id say about day 3 on antibiotics the vertigo and hearing sensativity went away.
 
     My husband and I got married in Florida. There was this weird law when we went to register for our marriage license. They told us we had to go through marriage counseling before they wqould issue a cert. Weird no?  Anyway, so later when we had issues neither of us thought we "had to go" to marriage counseling, but we needed to go for sure. I got sick and wasnt getting any better and ill just say it out loud. We were living totally serperate emotional  lives. Im glad we didnt have any hang-up about couples counseling.
 
     Hobbie sharing, policy of joint agreement, Love bank deposits, and learning alot about one another. I think we are much stronger than we ever were before. Its like the same feeling of accomplishment we felt when we achieved something special. Only this time, the special is "us". You are so wonderful, and always ready to learn anything new that comes your way. If anyone can "stand tall" and "push through the adversity" it is you. No doubt about it. If there is anything I can do, short of tying hubby up and sticking him out back  smilewinkgrin   Let me know!
 
If you could let us borrow just a small peice of your strength we would be in heaven I tell you!!!    :-)
 
*huggs*
    dani
 
    
TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood,  
And sorry I could not travel both  
And be one traveler, long I stood


Chartreux
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   Posted 8/11/2009 12:28 PM (GMT -7)   
I'm on a second round of antibotics for my ear infection, a new ear drop and might have to see an ENT again...
finger's crossed that this antibotic will work this time around to avoid getting tubes put in...
and getting my injections tomorrow, So I won't be back till Friday, Y'all tc and have low pain days...
((((((((((((((((((((((((((((HUGZ from me))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
yur friend Chart
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PAlady
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   Posted 8/11/2009 12:30 PM (GMT -7)   
Fingers and toes crossed, Char!

Good luck with the injections! Let us know how it goes when you can!

(((((((((((Chartreux))))))))))

PaLady
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