Come Away with Me to Germany and Beating Cancer

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  1. Growing up I never heard about the positives of Germany. We only learned about the bad stuff. But it seems like it’s a beautiful place. My step-son went there when he was in basic training for the air force and he loved it.
    Sending hugs and prayers and positive vibes for you!! Glad to hear you’re doing well except for the brain fog. πŸ™‚

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    1. I think that is the case for many. It is understandable. Hitler’s Germany caused so much pain. That is a legacy Germans will never lose. And never should in my opinion. Many learned. Many didn’t. But it is a beautiful place. I remember my husband and his children were absolutely gobsmacked because the lutzke people always got something when we went to a food shop: a bretzel or a piece of cheese to try. Hope you and yours are doing well too. πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ

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      1. I had 6 long weeks of radiotherapy to the neck. It’s taken away the thyroid cancer, but left me with a croaky voice, and non-working salivary glands and lymphoedema. You get used to anything in time. I now can’t remember what it was like before my cancer was diagnosed 15 years ago.

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