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Old 10-14-2004, 02:55 PM
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I have risen from Dead......... AGAIN......

Hey folks sorry for long absence..Been on another board and ALOT of personal stuff going on.....My 2 year old got lyme disease over the summer, This sunday she broke her shoulder. If you are Living on Long Island you might be familiar with this.....my wife found a lump on her breast and she FREAKED OUT!!! Thank GOD IT WAS NOTHING!!!! Then there was "The Accident" (I'll tell that story another time)Painting master bathroom replacing all the fixtures, Painting Master Bedroom, getting new furniture........ALOT of House work....The List goes ON and ON......

.And Now we are all going to Disney (broken Shoulder and all) this weekend for a week. Iam driving down and the wife, her mother, father, aunt, and uncle are all flying down, meeting up with her brother,wife and 2 kids down there on Sunday, They are flying out of Md.

Anyone Hear From Matt????

Back from the DEAD !!!!!!!!!!

WHERE'S MATT...................
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Old 10-14-2004, 08:27 PM
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welcome back steve and good luck on the trip to disney. my wife had found the same thing 78 years agao but the doctors found nothing was there the day of the biopsy. it mysteriously disappeared. Glad to hear your wife was ok as well.
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Old 10-26-2004, 09:25 AM
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I'm so sorry 1999XLT - I totally missed this! I need new glasses & a whole lot more time to post!
Have a wonderful trip - sounds like you need some down time! I'm sorry to hear about your little girl - hope she's feeling better.
I'll keep your wife in my prayers too - hopefully this will be nothing serious.
Let us know when you get back ok? Relax & have fun!

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