Sorry I haven't been on here in a while. It feels selfish to only come here when I am down. You ladies on this site are probably the most caring people I know. My husband is having prostate surgery for cancer on Monday. One of my cats is ill, and I have to have my 17 year old dog put to sleep tomorrow. My neighbor, who has lived next door to me for 10 years now is also my friend. We clicked the very day she moved into the neighborhood. She is taking the day off of work the day my husband is having surgery to be with me. She is a nurse so her expertise is a help. My sister through all of this hasn't even asked when the surgery date is, and my cousin who I thought was my friend told me to "Talk to a counselor" when I e mailed her wanting to vent. I guess it's in time of adversity we really know who are true friends are. Thank you for listening.
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