They say it’s your birthday

I turn 55 tomorrow.

What a run I have had.

At my first cancer diagnosis back in 1993, I had an aunt ask me what undertaker I am going to use. Ooops…I am still here.How ’bout that?

I have been blessed with being able to put one or two feet on the ground when I get up in the morning, discounting the knee replacement days,and through peaks and valleys, I am here.

Thanks to all my family, friends and readers.You all are my presents.

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