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#21 IrishMyst04

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Posted 03 December 2017 - 01:22 PM

I couldn't edit this but my responses are under yours

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 04:58 PM

Hi Irish Myst -

I am so glad to hear from you, and to get all the feedback. Your sons are bright souls, very busy on the other side, but also at your side on this plane. Truly, the two planes are parallel, and sometimes we get a hint of what is going on over there, but they know about us all the time.

Love is a beacon, and their light shines very brightly around you.

I would like to do another reading for you, if you wish, just let me know. If you have any particular questions, just let me know, or the area to ask about (does not have to be specific).

Peace,

IrishEyes

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 07:29 PM

Hello IrishEyes,

You are so kind to offer the reading, especially since I was a few years late with my response lol.

My daughter is a concern as she still has not made peace with her brothers deaths and has been making some really bad decisions, I worry about her all the time and am constantly asking Christopher and Michael to intervene. She has no concept of saving and is off our insurance the end of this year and has done nothing to get get insurance. I want her to get a job with benefits but she likes the money she earns as a waitress and going out with her friends to bars and restaurants. At almost 25, I think she needs to grow up.

Health is another issue of mine as the doctors keep finding things wrong with me. I am so tired of all the medicines I am on. Also worried about my youngest brother who was diagnosed with stage 4 lung, brain and bone cancer

To be honest, I stay in my marriage because i need the medical benefits . I know, sounds mercenary but it is the truth. I couldn't afford all the meds I am on and now my specialist put me on monthly shot of Xolair which is 1500 a month. Crazy how much meds cost!

Speaking of husband, he is for some reason paying for private high school for a girl whose mother he says he met online about 2 years ago. Why, he feels compelled to pay is beyond me. I asked if she is his daughter and he his adamant in his denial. I don't really believe him. The mother is a very pretty woman of color and there is no husband and the girl is very light skinned (mom very dark skinned).

There ARE some things I am doing for me though:

I booked a trip to Ireland for next Aug for my sister and I and paid for her flight and the rooms we share, maybe a bit of spite there, but hey, he is spending money for a stranger so I will spend on my sister who really can't afford it, especially since her husband died last year.

I am also, hosting Christmas for the first time since Christopher died and in the back of my head, mind and heart I am doing it for him. He loved Christmas! SO i am moving on with my life and at times feel them close. One time I felt a push from behind that made me take a step forward and I really believe it was one of them letting me know they were there.

Also meditating and spending time with my friends and also have become closer to my sister in law whom I never really saw before. Found her to be fun and funny and a very caring person. In fact, my brother and her are supposed to book Ireland as well and come with us for a week. My sister and I are staying two weeks. I hope they see that I am living my life as best I can.

SO there you go, whichever issue you get a feel for a great by me.

Thank you so very much,

Be well.

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Posted 22 January 2018 - 03:07 PM

Update: Christmas after all was said and done went very well and everyone had a blast, including me!! I survived lol

I hope everyone had an enjoyable New Years and health, joy, love and happiness follow you all through the year!!

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Posted 22 February 2018 - 07:32 PM

Hello

If anyone gets a feel for this I would appreciate it. My youngest brother has stage 4 brain lung and bone cancer. The lessons are growing in his brain. I was talking to a friend and she talked of a Q movement or person who has said there is a cure for cancer. She also sent me information that a university of Illinois professor may have found a cure. Any thoughts or opinions?

Thanks much.

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Posted 23 February 2018 - 06:20 AM

First let me say sorry to hear this news my aunt and uncle both have been guven less than 6 months to live both with cancer. Its a tough thing and so heart breaking. I was reading up on dr sebi. Please check it out. Its herbal medicine oregano oil and more. Doesnt hurt to try or check it out. Please hold on to faith. I believe in trying everything in your power before giving up or walking away from any situation. If that make sence. I would much rather try natural than ti do chemo or all that medicine to dope a person up or poisen my system. Im praying for you and your family. Love and light Lin.

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Posted 26 February 2018 - 10:11 PM

Hi IrishMyst -

On the day you posted, Feb 22, there was a report of a new drug called larotrectinib in the New England Journal of Medicine. It works if the tumor has certain receptors on its surface (TRK receptors) - and the results, where it works, are impressive. Have you asked his oncologist about clinical trials in your area? There are new agents being tested that he might respond to, ask about how the tumor was tested for cell receptors, and know that tissue samples are kept by the pathology lab, so the tests can be run now if they were not run previously. Worth a try. This new drug, larotrectinib, is an oral agent, so no injections. It does cross into the brain, so again, worth asking about. It is not on the market yet, but is available in clinical trials.

Thinking of you as St. Patrick's Day nears.

Peace,

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 02:04 PM

Elinda,

Thank you so much for your kind words. We do ALL hold onto our faith. I have passed on the information about Dr Sebi.
Your thoughtfulness is so very much appreciated.

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Posted 10 March 2018 - 02:13 PM

Dear IrishEyes,

Thank you for the information about the drug. I passed it onto my brother and sister in law and they will be mentioning it Tim's doctor. Funny thing, I wasn't going to even ask about this, but something prompted me to just put this out there. And along came some answers.

Bless you both for taking the time to think about and reply to me.

Much love to both of you!

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Posted 17 March 2018 - 03:42 PM

H IrishMyst -

Checking in with you today, St. Patrick's Day. How are you doing?

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Posted 23 March 2018 - 01:56 PM

Hello Irish,

Sorry, just saw this. It was a bittersweet day for me. Christopher loved St Patrick's day and he made it fun. It's hit or miss with how things will affect me. But I got through it, missing him all day, but that is nothing new.

Thanks for caring,

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Posted 01 November 2018 - 10:11 AM

IrishEyes,

I truly hope you have seen this and KNOW how very much you have helped.




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