Originally Posted by skitzab1
Who is with me.
im with u Unimatrixzero and everyone els who has there everyday life affected by cancer
this can be hard but it can make u relise how strong and resilient us humans can be
im supporting my farther thru leukemia been in hospital for 6 months he was my grandmothers (blind & depth) full time carer when he was diagnosed i had to step up and take over for my farther and care for my nan ....and every other min im at the hospital seeing my farther ..its hard but stay positive and think about the guys that donate ther hardware and time to folding research is jumping in leaps and bounds due to things like folding and the tec we play with
my farther is showing good sines to recovery
best wishes and hopes to boomstick,,mum and his direct family
just remember your 2nd family is behind u all the way
I'm sorry for what you're going through, hopefully all will be well SOON.
Originally Posted by Boomstick68
Kinda sorta. I've had some unavoidable financial issues pot up and I had to part with my Trooper build. Mom is finally losing her battle with lung cancer. Got a call couple weeks ago from one of my older brothers telling me I better get home. So, I'm staying with mom & dad for a while in Ohio which is going to put a financial burden on us so I had to make a sacrifice. Hopefully, I can remain a member of such a great bunch of Troopers.
I still have 1/4 of a trooper, the whole top panel LOL. Anyway, my mind is elsewhere these days. BTW, I'm taking donations for a charity build. J/K. Take care troopers, I'll be watching...
I am so very sorry about your Mom, any other material things can always be replaced later.
Originally Posted by Warfare
I'm with you. I understand completely. Cancer (neuroblastoma) took my baby last year. R.I.P SRT II A.K.A. "Little Warfare" 11/30/2008 - 8/26/2011
I'm so very sorry for your loss, he was so young and adorable.
Hopefully he's in a MUCH better place now.
Edited by nickt1862 - 3/23/12 at 6:45am