Repeated from yesterday…
@MythreesonsMy mother lost a breast to cancer in 1990. She lived another twenty years without a recurrence — it was her lifelong weak heart that got her in the end.Praying for you.
One of these days Nelson will wake up to yourstory telling Earl.
So Earl why don’t you do the research to find the right answer??
It’s quicker and easier to wing it, JazzyBella, according to my research.
There is no age limit to do research. Anyone can do research when they use free will to do so. Gather evidence that supports your hypothesis and gather evidence that conflicts your hypothesis. Make a sound conclusion. Then test the conclusion to see if your conclusion is correct
According to my research, my conclusion is that I don’t know what the hell I’m talking about.
If Nelson is asking the questionany answer will do…
Thanks, JP. I went back to yesterday’s comments and there were several encouraging postings. Cancer doesn’t run in my family so it was a surprise. But as I said, I’m a tough 79 year old, have great doctors. Downside is children are far away from OK, but sister is close and will be with me. Have close church family though. Tests next Wed will determine treatment.
Have to add: When I got back to room after recovery room, History Channel was on the TV. Picture was someone pushing caskets into crematorium. Had to laugh!
Love it! I’m definitely adopting this phrase.
According to my research this strip is . . . a . . . wait, what did my research say?
^^Thanks for that info. I watched the youtube film, and also took notes from the article for when I see the doctor. It’s great to have family through Gocomics!
This was my late mother’s favorite strip (and one of mine, too), so I always think of her with a smile when I read it.