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IN THE DREAMING – FACEBOOK MEMORIES

Another update on Mum. Lynne Sanders-Braithwaite.
Things are still pretty serious. I will keep this simple as it’s all very complicated and I don’t want to give the wrong information. The pneumonia has spread through most if her lungs. At present it is getting worse. They are still hopeful that if the antibiotics start working that she could improve. This does need to happen soon as her lungs can’t take much more. Staying hopeful at his stage. Lots of positive thoughts everyone! Thanks for all your kind words and support.

Thinking of you, hope you recover soon!…xxx

Facebook is boring without you Lynne Sanders-Braithwaite

Miss you and am sending my best wishes for a SPEEDY recovery!

I hope you get well soon Lynne.

…thinking of you dear Lynne…and sending strawberries your way…like all of your friend’s, I’m missing your beautiful self…big hugs….and love xxxx

Lynne, you are in my thoughts,heart and prayers,Get Well soon.Some Daffi’s to you from the South Island’s Spring and radiant sunshine.Kindest Regards john X

Really, missing you around here, Lynne heart emoticon

Hope you are getting heaps of rest & getting a whole lot stronger.

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Love you Lynne

I had no idea until I saw Kati this morning at Kindy orientation. You are dear to so many. Fight, Lynne. We haven’t had our catch-up yet and I’m very keen! Show those lungs who’s boss! xxx

Oh Lynne, I miss your posts. Come back to us. 💜

We love you so much . Words cannot express. Sending all the love the world has to offer . Please get well, we need you heart emoticon

Get well, Lynne. Please…..

Good Morning, Lynne – sending you love and light on this beautiful, sunny day. Hoping today sees you on the path to a full recovery soon. Lots of love to you and your family. heart emoticon heart emoticon

good idea to write something here you ladies..sending healing vibes Lynne..hope everyday shows some improvement..thinking of you and ya kidlets..xx
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Missing you terribly Lynne Sanders-Braithwaite: Facebook is certainly not the same without you. Be strong girlfriend – YOU CAN DO THIS…..

Morning LSB. Thursday, warm, sunny, shopping day. Thinking of you. Lots of love from ‘Your Preos’ heart emoticon

Allez Lynne !! Allez Allez Allez !
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Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer – The New York Times

LYNNE SANDERS-BRAITHWAITE

A MONTH ago, I felt that I was in good health, even robust health. At 81, I still swim a mile a day. But my luck has run out — a few weeks ago I learned that I have multiple metastases in the liver. Nine years ago it was discovered that I had a rare tumor of the eye, an ocular melanoma. The radiation and lasering to remove the tumor ultimately left me blind in that eye. But though ocular melanomas metastasize in perhaps 50 percent of cases, given the particulars of my own case, the likelihood was much smaller. I

Source: Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer – The New York Times

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BABY LOUIS IS BORN. ONE PERFECT DAY.

steam train

Try this for a day : My nieces had a baby boy by a wonderful name. Sandra Clark came and took me kayaking and we were right under the railway bridge on Dalhousie when the Steam Train passed over. I saw Paul Nebauer , acupuncturist and chinese herbalist, who stopped my pain and spasms earlier in the year and is like the other people in today extraordinarily kind. I followed that with my Saffron’s first school Assembly. She was doing the script and was a natural on the Mike ( Izzy raised her to it). She had on Mumma. one little sister, 2 Nanas and one Daddy watching. And then Ice creams at the Providore. Maybe Facetime with Eden will wrap it up. Fortunate !

Plus Baby Louis is born on the anniversary of my Mum’s passing and with her spirit to look after him , he is mega blessed

Plus, The Brierfields got their home loan and now they are the proud parents of an oven.

Cathartic cleaning

hugh wade


We’ve all been here i reckon …


Cathartic cleaning
Room to room

Do I use it?
Do I like it?
Do I need it?

Boof – out it goes

Bags of linen out the door
Lots of little boy toys
Left on the nature strip

With superseded gifts
Tasteless souvenirs
And dusty reminders

Of previous pasts

They all disappear
Over several days
Off to new homes and gardens

Strangers finding joy
In finding things for free


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STREWTH

Here we go then. Distorted thinking.

Its Monday Morning and I have a few things I could do.

Go to Morning Meeting. Not that I am keen on that. I am not enjoying NA at all at the moment and might let it go for a time.

I am going now.

I can go get the antibiotics and some meat and fruit and then KB says she is coming to visit after Aldi.

The head of the untreated addict is muddlesome and mine is muddlesome today.

MEETING. ANITBIOTICS. HOME.

Liver damage in hepatitis C patients significantly underestimated, says Henry Ford study | EurekAlert! Science News

Liver damage in hepatitis C patients significantly underestimated, says Henry Ford study

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IMAGE:  “KNOWLEDGE OF THE PREVALENCE OF LIVER DAMAGE WILL HELP DECISION MAKING REGARDING SCREENING FOR THE EFFECTS OF HEPATITIS C, WHEN TO START ANTI-VIRAL THERAPY, AND THE NEED FOR FOLLOW-UP COUNSELING, “… view more

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DETROIT – The number of hepatitis C patients suffering from advanced liver damage may be grossly underestimated and underdiagnosed, according to a study led by researchers at Henry Ford Health System and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The findings were the result of a study of nearly 10,000 patients suffering from hepatitis C, and could have a significant effect on patient care and healthcare policy regarding the chronic disease.

“Knowledge of the prevalence of liver damage will help decision making regarding screening for the effects of hepatitis C, when to start anti-viral therapy, and the need for follow-up counseling,” says Stuart Gordon, M.D., lead researcher and Director of Hepatology at Henry Ford Hospital.

The Chronic Hepatitis Cohort Study is an analysis of records from a large, geographically and racially diverse group of 9,783 patients receiving care at four large U.S. health systems: Henry Ford Health System in Detroit; Kaiser Permanente Northwest in Portland, Oregon; Kaiser Permanente in Honolulu and Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pennsylvania.

via Liver damage in hepatitis C patients significantly underestimated, says Henry Ford study | EurekAlert! Science News.

via Liver damage in hepatitis C patients significantly underestimated, says Henry Ford study | EurekAlert! Science News.