It really brings me joy - it is the most important day of my life. Thanks to all who have given me support in the past - it has helped me as I hope I have helped others
Congratulations, that one year mark can be a real monument.
Hope it continues for you.
Merl from the Moderator Support Team
Happy dancing for you! Its a big milestone :)
Yeah! Today is my 5 year mark! I celebrate me every year with a that I’m still here! Here is to many more March 19th’s!
Happy Dance for you too SherZoe!
Happy Annieversary! May there be many more! 3/18 was my 21st annieversary & I celebrate every year!
WOW!!! Happy belated Anniversary!! Every anniversary will feel like this one…I promise. OK…guess I can’t promise, yet, it has for me!!
My anniversary is April 1st!!! YEP…April Fools Day!! And the joke wasn’t on me, thankfully!!
We have a “Survival” party around 4/1 every year now. Big and/or small. Just to celebrate being here!! Next week…18 years!!
Good for you for having the right attitude!! Took me a couple years to get to where you are!
Take care and love every day…
We have a party too! It’s a great time to thank all those who continue to support us on this road well traveled.
What a sweet dog as your picture. That face!!
“KipKate” are the names of my dogs. Kip is now gone, Kate is here with me.
I don’t know what I would’ve done if I hadn’t had my dogs during my waiting and then recovery time/s. Kip was with me during the 1st aneurysm and Kate during the 2nd.
Besides my spouse…they really helped me so much. Hope your pup is the same for you.
Take care and keep partying!!
Mary, the picture is of Ohana, she’s a cuddle bunny! She stops me whenever I’m doing too much. Moltroub was our cat, Molly and the Labrador who saved me life when I ruptured, Trouble. We had to put Trouble down two weeks after I ruptured. We inherited Nina, my mom’s dog after she and Dad passed away. They keep me well loved and busy
Thank God! Wishing you the best! Everyday is a new birthday for you!
Congrats on your one year anniversary! Mine was April 14th and I go for scans next month. I worried a lot at first and then it hit me that I’m in my 60’s, some don’t make it to 60, so instead of why me I try to think why not me. I tell myself there are worse things than a little 2 mm anni in my brain. I’m hopeful it’s still 2 mm anyway.
Honestly, I don’t think about it too much anymore but the idea of surgery scares the you-know-what out of me. Thank you all for sharing your experiences and knowledge on this site. If the day comes when I do have to have the surgery, I will think all of you who have already gone through it and shared your story here.