Maggie Nell wrote:Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition........
Lee wrote:So sorry this happened to you. Cancer can bring out the best in your friends and the worst. I dropped a friendship with one of my supposedly best friends when I was going through treatment. I realized she was dragging me down. She was not there for me, clueless to what i was going through, and made too many rude comments. 10 years later, she tried to reconnect, butt she had not changed. I also realized she had no friends at that point. I wonder why.
As Stu, vent away here, we really do get it.
Atoq wrote:I can really relate to that, a neighbour told me that her daughter wanted to go shopping to find a jacket and she told her she might not find the one she was looking for, and then the daughter replied «I know these things are not important, what really matters is that you mum are healthy and not like the mother of XXX». And try to guess, XXX is my daughter and the neighbour told me this story to cheer me up!
But ok, I might be Claudia stage IV now, life can still be wonderful.
and on and on and on .......you can't cure stupid
never let small minded assholes drag you down to their level
some folks don't know shit from shinola
I am inside the disease ... outsiders have NO frame of reference
I have the cancer ... SO I am always RIGHT !
I really don't care if you think you know shit about ME ...
YOU DON'T KNOW SHIT ....
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