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  • #7563
    Greg
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    Eleanor Roosevelt said: “A stumbling block to the pessimist is a stepping stone to the optimist.”

    Is your bladder cancer a stumbling block or a stepping stone. I know for some of you it is actually a bladder stone, but that doesn’t count!

    The Bladder Cancer Canada 5K Awareness Walk on Sunday is a real stepping stone to bladder cancer patients all over Canada. This stumbling block has become a huge stepping stone. Are you excited yet?

    #13896
    KIOWA
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    Texans don;t get excited. Except my wife. She’s spastic most of the time. But with reference to blocks and stones I have to wonder why bricks and sand volcanic ash are not included. OK, forget about that. But I see my BC as a stepping stone to being a more understanding, tolerant and loving person who has more compassion and empathy. Of course it is already well known that I am cute and lovable.

    Kutey Kiowa

    #13897
    marysue
    Participant

    Seriously, I have learned so much with this journey it can’t be measured. However that being said I wish that I could have learned the same stuff through a different route.

    #13898
    KIOWA
    Participant

    I can think of some other routes but Most of them I think of are worse than cancer.

    Kiowa

    #13899
    Greg
    Participant

    I agree with Kiowa. Which in itself is worse than cancer.
    Greg

    #13900
    marysue
    Participant

    I wish that we were all like sponges and could just soak up what we are supposed to learn and not have all the trauma and drama to go with it. Although I would expect you two to say that would be too boring.

    #13901
    KIOWA
    Participant

    I’m sure Greg will have a rather spongy comment on that, Marysue. Speaking of sponges, my mother used to give me “sponge baths”. That’s what she called them. But she used a towel. Towels are not sponges so I have to wonder about that. I think I was little when she did that. I hope I was. We were rather poor at the time, but I didn’t know it and it helped me get through college because I had to live on french fries a couple of times a week and unless my friends fed me that’s all I had but I was used to that. Does this have anything to do with Sponge Bob. And who or what is Sponge Bob? I hear that all the time. Sponge Bob? Maybe it should be Sponge Greg or Sponge Marysu or Sponge Jack.

    Kiowa Sponga

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