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Started by Vienna, November 08, 2019, 05:36:50 PM

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Vienna

Hello to all

I have been asked to announce here to people that know and remember him that a good lad, BRIAN, is terminally ill and hasn't got much longer to go. He is bearing up remarkably well and enjoying what time he has to the full. Bri was a valued member at MWC and also here. It will be a sad time when he goes......

That's all thanks for your time
His exact words were ,,Yorkie, tell the buggers oer yonder how I'm doing eh"

Richard

Gyppo

Bugger.  Another one who's having to leave early.  The last I heard the treatment was looking hopeful, and so was he.  Obviously the chemo was too little or too late.

Gyppo

Dansinger

Damn! So sorry to hear that.
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Noizchild

I don't know who he is, but damn.

Firefly

V I didn't realise his treatment didn't go well mate, I will have to message him, he is one of a kind our Bri  :'(
Don't take life too seriously, none of us get out of it alive

Spell Chick

This is, indeed, sad news.

Hugs, sweet Bri. You've earned them. May your last days be filled with love.
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WordBird

I remember Bri from MWC.  How sad.  He was quite the chipper little fella. 

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Granda

Little? Little? I'll have you know, I'm a third of my weight noo, but I look taller. Am nearly a good coffin size. Ha ha. Happy now Firefluff?
I said I'd come.
Now listen you lot. Terminal just means they can't quantify how long exactly I have. So to me, each day I wake up (before I put on myyy make-up) is another celebration for me. OK? Now lemme alone. I have so much writing to do.

But thanks all. Xxxx
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Firefly

 ;D ;D

You will never change and for that we can be forever thankful mate  :-*
Don't take life too seriously, none of us get out of it alive

DC

Bri, just a quick reply, not much I can say except I'm sorry to hear about your situation. As you say, treat each day as a celebration. I find myself in a similar situation, but as I said a year ago when first diagnosed, this bugger might kill me in the end, but it won't stop me living.
But I do have to say, that there chemo is bloody disgusting.  :o
Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of
arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to
skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - open throttle in the other -
body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming : "Woo Hoo, what
a ride!"

Gyppo

Brian, there's worse fates than dying with your pen in your hand.

Write on, Marrer.

Gyppo

DGSquared

Brian, nooooo!  Sometimes those doctors have it wrong and there are such things as miracles. I've always adored you and your encouragement so you need to stick around just for my ego.  :) 

I'm going to forward a letter to you via PM unless you PM me your e-mail address.


Please take good care and catch this big hug and kiss on the cheek.  :-*
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Laura

Quote from: Granda on November 09, 2019, 11:37:28 PM
Little? Little? I'll have you know, I'm a third of my weight noo, but I look taller. Am nearly a good coffin size. Ha ha. Happy now Firefluff?
I said I'd come.
Now listen you lot. Terminal just means they can't quantify how long exactly I have. So to me, each day I wake up (before I put on myyy make-up) is another celebration for me. OK? Now lemme alone. I have so much writing to do.

But thanks all. Xxxx

Well, I didn't call you little - I called you old https://bestwritingforum.com/index.php/topic,1265.0.html

I'm glad to know you, Bri.
Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe

Dylan di Vilde

I'll be thinking about you Brian. Stay strong.

DdV
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Mastafrank

Sending positive vibes my friend