Thanks folks. There is nothing more frightening than a cancer diagnosis. We were very fortunate in that her type of cancer is slow growing and was caught before it could spread. The first time she was diagnosed, she was pregnant with our next to youngest daughter. That was back in 1992. Because she was pregnant, there was nothing the doctors could do until she delivered. She had the option to abort or wait it out. In my wife’s mind, abortion was never an option.
Ian, Fred and I are always helping each other out. We have another friend, Rusty, who operates heavy machinery and is a welder. Between the three of us, there’s nothing we can’t do. Well, there’s nothing we won’t try;)
Where are the band-aids?---Pro Libertate!