Just a quick note to say hi! I want to talk to you befofe your surgery. I'm so happy thid immune support is working for you.Do you take probiotics,Bromelain, a pineapple enzyme you should start right before chemo.You decided to do the chemo,right,I don't listen to other people,I go with my gut feeling.Cindy 809 is writing to me again,I'm so glad she's ok.I'm a bit worried about you girl,write me.God Bless,Jen
What's your first name? Where do you live?You know these things about me,but I don't much about you.I'm really who I say I am and only have one profile set up,for I understand other people have multiple personalities on here? Anyway,you just never know who your talking to on here.John is the only one I really know,we talk on the phone.He is a really nice young man.He cares deeply for people,unluck most men,ok nearly all men.Your getting really strong and healthy for your sorgery,right.You only want happiness in your life,no petty,stressful negativity.Mind over matter.God bless ,Jen
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