SacramentoDan

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my wife is going in for her second surgery tomorrow(monday) for cancer on her right ankle,

the prognosis is good per the doctor for complete removal,still scary for her and really scary for me,I have lost both my parents & my grandfather to cancer.

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anyway,I am taking the day off to be with her,we should know the same day what the final results are.

unfortunately its right under her ankle tattoo,go figure :rolleyes:

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the only other good thing besides her complete recovery is that we will have to go back to Maui to get the piece repaired. :cool:

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this is my beautiful wife,and her ankle piece

*not bad for 53* ;)

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(our grandkids names are on there too)

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(actually today is our 6th wedding anniversary) !

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