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  1. When we are all flying in the same plane, please don't shoot the pilot!

    This morning before the inauguration ceremony, Barack and Michelle Obama had tea at the White House with Donald and Melania Trump. No cameras. No press. Just four people having tea. That is an amazing thing to me.


    At the ceremony itself, I watched a smiling and gracious Nancy Pelosi shake the President-elect's hand and I heard a remarkable and unifying speech by Charles Schumer. I saw George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Bill and Hillary Clinton smile and warmly greet the President-elect ...
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  2. My promise for 2017

    My promise this year is simple: We are limitless. We are unstoppable. This means that you are limitless and unstoppable. You can reach your dreams and aspirations. You can achieve your goals and ambitions. You can live life to the fullest; you can and you WILL succeed in every important moment of your life. Never forget what people have created, what people have achieved, what people can do.. And never forget that we are all human, that we all all the same... Never forget... And always keep DOING. ...
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  3. The doc called...

    So, I got the CAT scan results today.

    He said my lung nodule was pretty much stable, but the lesions on my liver had enlarged somewhat and a few more had become large enough to be visible.

    He recommended a new regime of a chemo drug called Opdivo. It's been on TV. Something new. I'll get it in two weeks.

    I guess it's good news that the doc wants to continue to treat, but something new is Spooky because of unknown side effects. Just had chemo a week ago and ...
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  4. Not an update...

    Waiting for CAT scan results. Big test. The results will decide if I get more chemo or if the chemo's stopped working.

    But I thought some might find a few tidbits interesting. So. Why does chemo stop working? I looked it up. There are many reasons, but the two that spoke to me are...

    #1... cancer cells aren't recognized as abnormal by your body which is why it's so hard to cure. Your body thinks those crazily multiplying cells are normal. Oops! So. When it senses chemo ...
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  5. Well then, it's in the wind, the family knows about Renae.

    Some have been quite negative, others quite positive. Far more positive than negative. Still, drama lurks for the wife and her parents, and her work, seeing as she works for my Evangelical born again Aunt. This drama train is just picking up speed!
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