This is his daughter. Dad passed away on November 25th 2018.
Angel131313: Angels will be watching over him*So very sorry for your loss
sky_deep: RIP my sweet friend...
The angels looked down from heaven one night.
They searched for miles afar,
And deep within the distance
They could see a shining star.
They knew that very instant
That the star was theirs to gain,
So they took you up to heaven,
Forever to remain.
Look down on us from heaven.
Keep us free from hurt and pain.
You'll always be within my heart
Until we meet again.
tenderralph: Hi everyone just thought I would let you know how my cancer is doing. I know i haven't been on here to much but a lot was because of my pc not working right. I am trying to fight this shit but it is bad. My little brother was diagnose about 6 months before me with about the same thing. He passed on May !st and we buried him on May 8th. He wanted to see his son graduate high school but that happened on May 12th. He had 3 kids that will miss him deeply. And his wife. My stomach looks like a big melon with the tumor in my stomach. Also have pollips (sp) in my small intestine, liasions (sp) on my liver plus nodguals (sp) on my inside chest wall. Pain has been increasing but I am still fighting and will continue. Sorry to hear about fishaman. R.I.P. I guess the Lord just takes the best.
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chezzy63: it's been a long time tween visits on here for me and that is a couple of years at a time, you've always been here from when i first came to visit & each time i come back although you mightn't know it, you & a couple of others have been somewhat of a constant in my life when it all goes to crap. Thoughts are with you always xx
tenderralph: Chemo done blood was just over the cut off line. But at least it is done. Wearing the pump for the second type. Did get to read the report on my ct scan. They call it Metastatic Gastric Cancer. It did show lungs were clear and spleen looked normal. No adenopathy or abcess seen. So far so good.
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tenderralph in reply to Nicorrette: Yes especially at night when laying down. Some times I have to get up and sleep in a chair. Then the chemo pump I wear for two days is very uncomfortable but it doesn't hurt. The diarrhea and vomiting are a major nuisance but tolerable.
tenderralph: Mowed today took 4 hours when it normally takes 2 1/2. So wet under neath had to go over it twice. Got stuck 2 times in the ditch and tipped over once. Was able to shut it off just before I went over. lol Weed eating is all that is left. Very tired now.
tenderralph: Received chemo this afternoon. Doing OK so far. Had a pork chop and some rice for supper and watching for storm. Broken Bow a town northwest of here about 85 miles received 3 inch hail with 70 mph winds that reduced 7 foot tall corn to 1 foot stubble. Real sad for farmers.
tenderralph: I ate a pretty good supper tonight so I rewarded myself with a Klondike Bar. What would you do for a Klondike Bar? lol
tenderralph: Hi everyone have not been on much but sneak in sometimes to see how you are all doing. I am still kicking just not as high or fast as I used to. Most days start out the same for me. There is starting to be more pain as each week goes by and getting harder to keep food down or even wanted. Thank God the battle is not over I still have a lot of fight left in me. Speaking of God he has given me a lot of peace these days and nights. I can still get out and take care of the yard and garden but it is getting more painful to keep the weeds hoed and grass cut. Been doing some fishing but getting harder to go by myself because of help needed getting up down the banks and getting all my equipment to where I plan to sit. The shots I am receiving after my chemo treatments are causing a lot of pain in my knees and hips. But if it continues to help me I guess it is for the best. I know there is a lot people I used to talk with all the time all I can say is I think a lot about you but not sure what to say if we started talking again. I am sorry and it is definitely my fault. God bless everyone.