When I was diagnosed with cancer back in '09, I came to know of this gal a few years younger than me who had been battling it also. She and her husband ate at the same restaurant I do sometimes. She is a good friend of a good friend of mine. I also shot some wedding anniversary pictures for her last summer. At that time they had just found more cancer in her stomach.
She passed away a couple hours ago. It's sad to lose anyone to that bastard.
We weren't really close like buddy's like that. Still sad
She had been having a hard time the last month and last night , Thursday, she was bad.
This s just a comment.
We all need to appreciate our loved ones, friends and such. We don't have enough f them no matter what Facebook says
I will be fine.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
Recent findings indicate that cancer has become all-but inevitable, and as such it's no longer "if" but "when".
Seems that it's a matter of aging.... that statistics are rising not only because our population has become longer lived than previous ones that had simply passed sooner from something else before cancer would have eventually caught up with them, but due to Environmental pollution (food additives, cleaning products, insecticides, work related chemical exposure, + a sedentary, yet increasingly stressful "easy modern lifestyle") has merely exacerbated the situation.
I would have argued the point then & there but rather than rise to the bait, I figured, "Why Bother?" but for the record... Yes, it's "FAIR GAME"!
While it may seem insensitive and ill-timed, as one-of- many citizens in my town who grew up & went to school within close proximity of a Super-Fund Site
IMO Perry and his blustering DE-regulation for the sake of short-term financial gain, not to mention suggesting that other states should follow suit, is unconscionable!
Not only is that BillBoard "FAIR GAME" to serve as a reminder to others of the consequences, but that cartoon should be TATTOOED ACROSS HIS FOREHEAD ...only Backward! ...so he sees it every time he looks in a mirror.
and before everybody jumps on my case, have a look at that EPA Super Fund list, and see how many of YOUR towns (and school districts) are on it.
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