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Re: When is it time to Celebrate?

Virgil,

I reckon every day survived post-diagnosis is a day to celebrate. In other words, live life to the full so that when it is time to go, you have no regrets.

4000 of such days will be my next milestone and boy, will I celebrate that!

OC in England

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Re: When is it time to Celebrate? - by virgil - Sep 14, 2017 10:13am
Re: When is it time to Celebrate? - by Old Codger - Sep 15, 2017 9:30am

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