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  1. Sorry I keep  disappearing.  It's the infection, the pain, the nausea, the aggravation.   I forget there are places like this to come and forget all that.  also I have a bit of trouble typing with my right hand.  Left is fine.  Right is a bit of an effort.  They think it's nerve damage... It's minor.   If it gets worse I need to  definitely have them run tests. So typing long posts isn't my thing at the moment. It's like trying to type with  a really cold hand, but it's not cold.

    I've missed Lance in all his guest roles. Must catch up!   I still like MIllennium.  As dark as the show was/is?  I return to it, for  a glimpse of the world before the world  came  to a screeching halt and then went crazy. ( 9/11 and everything after).... I'm glad it's there for me, and for all of us.  It had really dark subjects... but .. could not have been nearly as dark and chaotic as the world seems now. Where is the millennium group when the world needs it?  The good group, not the bad one! LOL

     

    Hang in there everyone.  None of us gets out of this alive.  Try and enjoy the moments you can until  the next chapter!

    1. The Old Man

      The Old Man

      Sounds awful... Thoughts and prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. :ouro:

    2. seesthru

      seesthru

      Thanks.  It's awful, but it could have been much worse.  They ( hopefully)  caught it in time, before bone damage was done.  But the mas itself, is huge. They can't drain it, because it's like draining a sponge I'm told.

       

      Going in that day, I was told it was either cancer or staph infection.  I was sure it was cancer because how the heck would I have gotten staph?  I was pretty sure my number was up.  So I do feel lucky!

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