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pegleg1945

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Sep 16, 2013
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Hi CJ,

Know how you feel mate,I had bowel cancer in April 1991 and had a major op to remove a massive growth from my pelvis,all was going well until July the same year when a blood clot caused by the chemotherapy settled in my left leg,after several attempts to clear it gangrene set in and my leg was amputated.All was going well until 9 years ago when I had heart failure and whilst in hospital I suffered a stroke caused by low blood pressure. I have had two more strokes since then,one which has damaged the left side of my brain and my coordination and balance has suffered.

I have been through the mill a bit in my lifetime but I have seen both my children grow up and last year I became a grandparent twice.

I am really happy with my life and I'm 71 this year,the only sadness I feel is that I have to have an automatic turntable because I have problems cueing the needle.

Always look on the bright side of life,good luck.
 

CJSF

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May 25, 2011
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Thanks guys, these issues have been going on for me since the deathe of my wife in 1995. One thing after the other, all depresion related untill the past 5 years, then the phisical problems started.

No I dont have any close family, only child, no cousins, my daughters have nothing to do with me, they recon I am an unfit Father and Grand Father . . . they are probably right?

So, the sooner my senior years do there bit the better perhaps.

I am sort of looking forward to the summer, see if I can regenerat something with my gliders, thays if my walking improves. Feels like stale mate at present, cant enjoy anything. A mountain to climb, on my own?

CJSF
 

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