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Neesy

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May 24, 2012
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I am talking the regular flannel pajamas. I do have feet ....or the last time that I checked. :) Thanks for the laughs.
I don't think wearing flannel PJs makes you old (however - these nightgowns make me think of "Little House on the Prairie")



I like the 100% cotton version, rather than a blend with polyester in it
 

Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
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I go to the oncologist today. I am praying that he says the least invasive procedure necessary.
Me too - I will add my prayers to yours arista - hoping something as simple as a lumpectomy can be done :burn_joss_stick:

(Actually - correction - perhaps you have already had that done?) Sending positive thoughts your way for the least invasive procedure to be carried out ((((arista))))
 
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Sundrop

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My Uncle Charlie is at the end stage of his life. He has battled cancer bravely for almost 10 years. When I visited him in the hospital a few weeks ago, he asked me to read him a bedtime story from one of my SK books.....told me I had to climb right up beside him on the bed to read it. I chose Strawberry Spring from Nightshift......but I didn't get to read it to him because it snowed on the day I planned to visit, and I couldn't go.
Charlie is the uncle (along with my aunt) who would let me watch Saturday Night Live with him when I was 8 years old. He also dressed up as Santa when I was little and walked through the woods at Grandma's house so my brother and I could see Santa on Christmas Eve. He shared my love of Stephen King stories, and we've had many discussions about almost all of them. If Charlie was in the grocery store, and saw me before I saw him, he would throw oranges into my buggy until I looked up. For 51 years, I thought I was the coolest kid in the world because of my uncle Charlie. I'm sure gonna miss him.
 
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My Uncle Charlie is at the end stage of his life. He has battled cancer bravely for almost 10 years. When I visited him in the hospital a few weeks ago, he asked me to read him a bedtime story from one of my SK books.....told me I had to climb right up beside him on the bed to read it. I chose Strawberry Spring from Nightshift......but I didn't get to read it to him because it snowed on the day I planned to visit, and I couldn't go.
Charlie is the uncle (along with my aunt) who would let me watch Saturday Night Live with him when I was 8 years old. He also dressed up as Santa when I was little and walked through the woods at Grandma's house so my brother and I could see Santa on Christmas Eve. He shared my love of Stephen King stories, and we've had many discussions about almost all of them. If Charlie was in the grocery store, and saw me before I saw him, he would throw oranges into my buggy until I looked up. For 51 years, I thought I was the coolest kid in the world because of my uncle Charlie. I'm sure gonna miss him.
(((Sundrop ))) Hold those memories close. He will always be with you. May his passing time be one of ease.
 
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