My arrival at the 100 day mark was as calm as the entire journey had been. Not that I am complaining ———- reading the postings daily gave me a real reason to be extremely thankful and I am. To the group, I would like to express my admiration and appreciation for your willingness to stay on task and complete the mission at hand. This is not an easy road to travel and some will hit bigger bumps than others. To those, I wish you the best and encourage you to not give up but fall back on the reason you came to this site in the beginning. We all wanted freedom and a changed way of life. No more hiding or playing roulette with the cancer can. All are seeking a way out and if my support or a kind word can help then that is what I would like to do.
RickD and TCope are two wonderful, long distance friends I have met along the way. I sincerely hope I can have the privilege and honor to meet more like you. From an old Airborne soldier — I bid you all a nic free day — today and forever.
Soldat / Larry S.