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    Ally, I also wanted to say that I have been following your thread, and will continue to do so. Look forward to hearing updates about how you go with Angus. Also wanted to share a quote which I like:

    "I'm not telling you it's going to be easy; I'm telling you it's going to be worth it" - Art Williams

    Take care

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    Wishing you all the best in your journey. I look forward to your updates.

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    I'm following your story too and wish you the very best. My brother and his wife faced a similar decision with their little girl who had both T18 and T9.
    Keeping you in my thoughts xx

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    I wish you and your family all the best during this journey.

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    Ally, you are so strong, my heat swells for you and your decision.
    Ill keep following on yours and Angus' journey.
    Sending many

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    We miss you in the June group. I have been silently following here. All our thoughts are with you and your family xx

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    Thinking of you and Angus and your family, and hoping everything goes better than expected - and if not, sending you strength to get through it. I think you have made the right decision xox

    PS - you should start a diary, would love to follow your progress xox

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    I do have a blog but I don't think I allowed to link it on here?

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    Mods, can Ally link her blog in her signature??

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    You are a courageous and inspiring lady and I have you in my thoughts. All the best to you and your DH as well xxxx


 

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