Locking up the guns for a while....

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    Stay positive and strong! You are in our thoughts...hope things turn around soon.
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    I wish you the best, and you're in my prayers as well.

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    Stay positive and strong! You are in our thoughts...hope things turn around soon.
    Visualize getting back into shooting and carry, and you'll do it!
    We will all tho ''pull'' for you - in my case the power of positive thinking - bit like prayer I guess really
    You are among friends - remember that.
    We'll be pulling for you.

    Just wanted to snip some of the positive things others have posted, as this is what I would say too. Couldn't have said it better. Get well soon and remember the power of positive thinking is very powerful.


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    I think everyone else has pretty much sumed it up, but get well soon and have a speedy recovery

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    It's a very wise man who knows when he's not at his best, can look past his own ego and do what he thinks is best for everyone else. Good luck to you and may you be carrying your weapon again soon.
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    well hope that you get better soon....those guns need someone to take care of them =o)

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    Already told you, but I wil be praying for you and a speedy, complete recovery.
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    Good Luck Dave!!!! I wish you a speedy recovery!!!!!!

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    +1 On The Prayers. Hang In There.

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    Best of luck on the treatment , Just take it easy and whip " the big C's ) butt
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    Thanks everyone, your prayers and positive thoughts mean a lot to both Stacy and myself.

    We feel that a lot of prayers have already been answered, especially when the Oncologist walked into the room and said that after all the tests, they determined that the Hodgkins Lymphoma is at 'stage one' and confined to the lower left abdomen area. The best news of all was when he said they will treat this with radiation instead of chemo. That was a huge blessing and the answer to a lot of prayers. The odd thing is that this type of cancer is rare for someone my age. I'm 57 and they said this type usually happens to people under the age of 40.

    I live in Knox City, Texas, 75 miles north of Abilene. We will be making the 150 mile round trip five days a week for five weeks. Today is the last treatment for this week, only four more weeks to go !

    I was told early on about the possible side effects, like being extremely tired, headaches, nausea and diarrhea, but they usually don't show up until the end of the second week or the start of the third week. Now they feel that the reason they have hit me so early is my still weakened condition after the recent surgery to remove the mass from my left side.

    No fun for sure, but it sure beats the alternative !

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    Dave,

    I pray for the very best for you friend. My mom is a 15 year cancer survivor, it can be beaten and your going to beat it sir.

    All the best,
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    Kudos on a sound decision regarding the carry.....
    we'll be prayin for you....
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    Have a speedy recovery and continuing good health.

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    Prayers for a speedy recovery my friend.....
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