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3661) Len Payne 
Location:
Abbotsford, BC, Canada Location
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Monday 16:35 Permalink

Good morning Mike, in attempting to log on this am I get a blurb relating to our album page.
Then I noticed at the extreme end of the address line ther are to letter A's inserted. After a struggle I managed to bypass them to enter the site. Is it my computer playing tricks or a garbled address?
Len
3660) Clive Napier 
Location:
Bedfordshire Location
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Sunday 12:26 Permalink

(3660) Message for Joe Mc Avoy.

We will be in the 'Marina Bar' which is just outside the entrance to Sutton Harbour marina offices, from 12.00 next Sunday, 30th of June.
The picture is Rosie, the wife and me!
Regards, Clive.
3659) Alan Dodson 
Location:
Wokingham Berks Location
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Thursday 16:36 Permalink

I have a framed mirror, framed with a photo type frame. It measures 25cm W & 16cm H. It is decorated with a Jerboa top left and a double trianglemy top right, the larger triangle’s peak is upright and a smaller triangle inside with its peak down. In an arch across the top is a banner with 204(ARMD BDE) SIGNAL SQUADRON. Below that is a "JIMMY". Just below the middle are 2 JEEPS AND 3 ARMOURED VEHICLES. Along the bottom are six badges, that I do not recognize, due to the style of printing. 1 is Royal Catering Corp next is Royal Corps of Transport. If anyone would like it, IT IS FREE, but I am not prepared to arrange transport.
3658) Adrian Appleyard 
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Tuesday, 18 June 2019 20:43 Permalink

Hi everyone. You will probably remember me as Ade. I was in Whiskey Troop, 233 Signal Squadron and also did a stint at running the peak in for 6 months. I was there in the late 70s and went back in the early 80s with 3 Int & Security. How are you all doing?
3657) Leonard Payne 
Location:
Abbotsford, Canada Location
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Wednesday, 12 June 2019 15:06 Permalink

Not the best of news Brian: stay strong and take it day by day. Our thoughts are with you.
Mavis and Len
3656) IAN NEWSON 
Location:
Rayleigh Location
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Wednesday, 12 June 2019 06:33 Permalink

All the best, Brian. I know that you are in good hands in the Cancer Unit at our local hospital, although my dealings are with a different section (my wife).
3655) Brian Streetly 
Location:
Thundersley, Benfleet, Essex Location
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Wednesday, 12 June 2019 04:03 Permalink

A bit more of an update for those who want to know.
On Monday morning I had an MRI head scan and a couple of hours later I saw the oncologist. He had a bit of bad news: that is the scan revealed very small tumours in the brain.
He started me off yesterday morning on a course of steroids, and to have another series of chemo ASAP.
I have the pre-assessment for chemo on Thursday afternoon at 1:00 pm and start the chemo Friday Morning at 08:30.
At about 9:30 yesterday I had the nurse from the community palliative care team come in to see me. She stayed for around one and a half hours. She did ask if I wanted to see the palliative care nurse for cancer but I don't feel there is any need for that at the moment. I know she is there should her help be needed.
So that is my news for now..

Mike Graham Wednesday, 12 June 2019 05:09
Stay strong, Brian. You're still in our thoughts and prayers.
3654) John Kirby 
Location:
Cambridgeshire Location
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Thursday, 6 June 2019 11:04 Permalink

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
3653) Bill Logan 
Location:
Lancashire Location
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Wednesday, 5 June 2019 18:49 Permalink

Hi Brian,
Sad to hear your news. You will, I know, be strong and within that may you repond to all good wishes and prayers that will be passed on your behalf.
Certa Cito,
Bill
3652) Leonard Payne 
Location:
Abbotsford, Canada Location
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Wednesday, 5 June 2019 14:00 Permalink

Stay strong Brian. My wife Mavis has recovered from two bouts of cancer and is now in full remission. Hope all goes well for you.
Len

Brian Streetly Thursday, 6 June 2019 06:06
Hi Len,
Thank you for that. I wish both you and Mavis all the very best for the future. And will include Mavis in my prayers.
Just to say I started off with stomach cancer back in 2010. I had 40% of my stomach removed. I got the all clear for that in Jan 2016. Then in March 2016 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and in May told that it had now gone into the bones (metastatic cancer). Then in December 2017 I was told that I had small-cell lung cancer, which is what has returned now.
The prostate cancer is at the moment being held in check with hormone treatment but is not curable.
Small-cell lung cancer is not curable either: it can be held in check for short periods (up to about a year with chemo) then you have to have another type of chemo to hold it back again, but at the moment I am not sure how many more tries they get.
So I do know that mine are both terminal, but then how long is a bit of string?
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