First off, Thank you guys for the awesome replies. Hmm I’m a poet don’t ya know it. Lol. It is so weird that I have been here so long that all the names have changed. Well, almost all! I have been a member of this forum for about
twelve years. Throughout the journey I have said goodbye to too many friends. Others who found this band of brothers in their time of need have been cured and moved on. A few of us continue here. We are not among the cured. Thankfully, we are not among the fallen! We continue to post and share our journey though not as often as we use to. Thank all of you for being here and being part of this weird and sometimes dysfunctional family.There were a few comment I wish to reply to in a less generic way.
Lieutenant. Your replies always mean a great deal to me. I often go back and re-read them as there is much wisdom to be gleaned.
Clock- You and Andrew and redwing are some of my oldest friends on this site. Yeah Jerry old buddy I can believe it as I turned 55 a couple month or so ago. It has flown by. Clock I am glad you remember the bear story. To me it has become a symbol of strength and hope.
Prat- What can I say man. I really want to meet you. I have followed your journey and really see you as a standout guy.
Subdenis- Are you a submariner. My Son is onboard a fast attack out of Puget Sound. Thanks for the anonymity reminder. I never did the 12 step and my life is an
open book if it will help others so the rule does not apply to me but thank you.
To everyone else, thank you. Jim did a really good job with the article and I am happy he chose the photos that he did.
As always I hope it can help just one other person. Todd
DX 2006 age 42 PSA 3216 stage 4 Gleason (3+4=7 ) Lung, Bone, and Lymph metastasis
A.D.T. 5-1/2 years. Provenge, Zytiga, D.E.S.
Latest Bone scan, C.T. scan, and chest X-ray clear. Current P.S.A. <0.05
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