I don’t care…

about pink football cleats or what color towers are.  I just want funding for research NOW so we can find a cure for the monster.

It has again slithered out like a snake taking hold of an unlikely healthy body, loving spouse, dedicated parent and person I love dearly.  Enough said…

 Patsy

5 Comments

  1. Ellen Salerni

    So true and well stated!

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  2. Alicia

    Well put, Patsy. I was nervous you were going to put a name up there of someone that has past. You are so right thoygh there is always a some one.

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  3. Betsy

    REALLY. Enough is enough. Will keep her (and you) in my prayers, thoughts and whatever else it takes…

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  4. Mary Brown

    My first thought was “who?”, but you are soooo right……anyone else is too much!!! Thanks for reminding us.

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  5. Well said!

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