Oh my God the few days I'm not at work to hear this, I'm so glad you posted Dave!
It has been hell waiting for her to get this test -my red shoes have been itching to jump on my feet and do the dance.
Oh my God I'm so happy I'm not making much sense -this couldn't have happened to a more wonderful and deserving friend. As hard as she fought and believe me never ever complained and was here for her family and friends my God did she deserve this.
I can't believe how much I'm crying, oh Trin I think I'm more happy for you than I was for me. In fact I'm sure.
Presidents Day will always be a happy occasion now, the anniversary of the word that the worlds coolest lady beat the holy crap out of this disease!
Yayayayayayayayayay wahooooooooooo Hallelujah!
I love you dearest Trinity. I could type all day right now but I'll stop.
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