Good News!! (& happy stories), June 8, 2020

It is definitely good news to me.

More good news?

He does look sad.

Strange story.

FTA: “It was under a canopy of stars in the lush, forested vegetation of the Rocky Mountains and had not moved from the spot where I hid it more than 10 years ago,” he said. “I do not know the person who found it, but the poem in my book led him to the precise spot. I congratulate the thousands of people who participated in the search and hope they will continue to be drawn by the promise of other discoveries. So the search is over. Look for more information and photos in the coming days.”


I can understand.

I love oriental art. Can you tell?

Can you find the cat? I know where he is, but I needed help.

These folks are probably stir crazy during the pandemic isolation.

If you have ever been licked by a cow, you will know how icky this feels. She doesn’t seem to mind.

This sounds like REALLY good news!

Ah. Poetry.


Lovely. I like the strong colors.

More good news.

Good advice.

Wonder what the Chimp is thinking.

Charlie’s prayer.

Have a lovely day.

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4 Responses to Good News!! (& happy stories), June 8, 2020

  1. Sharon says:

    “Tulane Researchers Find a Switch to Turn Off Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer Growth”

    Excellent! That is the one I was diagnosed with four years ago and the business of it “being so aggressive” was indeed a primary component of the conversation as treatment was designed to also be as aggressive as possible. I will never forget both the surgeon and oncologist pressing with the information that “….it could not have been found any earlier….” thus giving us an opportunity to fight back. The results I got were 100% and stupendous (using chemo protocols only developed a couple of years before that)….but this is indeed VERY good news.

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  2. Patience says:

    Yes, it is (indeed) good news, Sharon!

    I wonder why the finding(s) is also being studied –specifically for glioblastoma.

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    • stella says:

      A terrible cancer (glioblastoma) that is practically impossible to check. A member of my extended family died of this disease at age 19 this past summer (a first cousin of my grandsons.) He had fought leukemia several times in childhood, and ended with this awful brain cancer.

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