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Friday, May 26, 2017

Not What I Want to Hear But I've Heard Worst.

My son Bart news wasn't what I want to hear. He has Oligodendroglioma and I had to google it. It still looks quite hopeful. So his wife Molly and he will be seeing oncologist, and what I understand the treatment of this type of tumor is quite successful.
I understand even there possible gene therapy. I will keep you up to date. But still thank you for the prayers our way. Please continue them.

Work day. This morning I help Bart set up his yard sale. Then this afternoon I took Liz up to drop off her jeep to a mechnic he was going to look at some type of presure.
She got a voucher for a subsidizing housing. There is a trailer park out in Moyie Springs and they will take a housing voucher.

Then we went to BREAD BASKET and had bite to eat. She head to music festival up by Good Grief just a mile or so North.
But he stop in at one of our thrift store, who raise money for pets. There closing down I guess the owner wants there building back.
So most everything is 50% off. The only thing isn't 50% off is the items that they got in last few weeks.
But still price at a reasonable amount.
One thing I did find was an orange fabric that will work for my next locker hook rug. Now the only thing I need is purple. They did have purple put I didn't care for it.

I even found a piece of fabic sort of oriental design. Under a dollar. So I'm sending it to my daughter in law and hopeful she can use it for her DOGGIE BANDANAS And I found two little outfit for my grand daughter.

As some of you know I been doing my family history. I been mainly working on the surname of Shirley. But now I just found a Histon Shirley of Pennysaliva and they have a son Charles born the same day and year as my great grandfather. But So does a John Shirley.
The mystery goes on.
My 7th great grandfather William Witherell (Wetherell) built the first home in Norton Massuchettes way back in the 1600's.

I'm going have my niece look at my laptop and hopeful before the weekend is over I can have her put up some photos.

17 comments:

  1. Sorry it isn't better news for Bart. Keeping well wishes for him.

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    1. Thank you, but I know the cup is well over half full

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  2. Not great news about your son, but fingers crossed.

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    1. Thank you for keeping your fingers cross.

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  3. It's not the news you want to hear. I am sending thoughts to you and your son as I write this. I hope you get an outpouring of love and support in the days ahead - you will know who your true friends are, and that is a blessing in itself. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. people who have my son in there heart is sure a blessing. It gives me strenght

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  4. Hugs, Dora, I'm sorry Bart's news wasn't what you wanted to hear. Sending continued good thoughts and healing prayers.

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    1. No it wasn't but it could of been a lot worst. The treatment is quite successful.

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  5. So sorry, Dora. It's not the best news, but it's not the worst either. You and Bart and the family will be wrapped in loving prayerful concern by your many blog buddies. Bart has so much going for him.

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    1. It sure isn't the worst..Which I'm thankful

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  6. So sorry, Dora. It's not the best news, but it's not the worst either. You and Bart and the family will be wrapped in loving prayerful concern by your many blog buddies. Bart has so much going for him.

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  7. Still praying for Bart, was hoping the news to be better and so glad it wasn't worse, sounds like it is at least manageable, this is good.

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  8. hi, dora......just wanted to let you know i'm keeping you and bart in my prayers.

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  9. "the cup is well over half full"

    Sending my continued good thoughts and prayers.

    All the best Jan

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  10. Sorry to hear about Bart but you have such a positive outlook I'm sure all will be well. Look forward to hearing about his progress. Sounds like you have gone quite far back in your family tree already Dora, so interesting!

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  11. Sorry to hear about Bart but you have such a positive outlook I'm sure all will be well. Look forward to hearing about his progress. Sounds like you have gone quite far back in your family tree already Dora, so interesting!

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  12. Ah, what a time to stop by... Thinking good thoughts for you, your son & your whole family.x

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