ITSMEBUSYGUY
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ADA 2nd in USA Fundraising KIVORT STEEL CYCLING TEAM


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  • v OSUBUCKI101
    Thanks for the SparkGoodie and your positive thoughts. I'll keep them in mind as I tackle my 'to-do' list and hope for a companion to help. :)
    1008 days ago
  • v ITSMEBUSYGUY
    You are so awesome Kathleen. There are So Many sad Cancer stories. For now I'm one of the lucky ones. For now at least, my Prostate Cancer is history; I have 2 tumors on my liver; one I was told they are not concerned about; the other caused them to send me for another CT Scan (1 week ago); still no decision on if they want me to have a biopsy or not. they are "conferencing". I should hear in the next day or so. Keep on doing the wonderful things you do. it's good KARMA!
    1464 days ago
  • v OSUBUCKI101
    Howard - you are off the hook! You were actually one of the first to donate to my ride! Now if you want to get your friends involved, I'd be happy to send my link! I just found out last week that a guy at one of the local bike shops was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer and it's already spread to his brain, lungs and liver. He's in his early thirties with young children. Then today I found out that another bike guy's wife was told she had stage 4 brain cancer and it's inoperable. My heart aches for my friends and makes me want to ride that much harder.
    1464 days ago
  • v OSUBUCKI101
    Howard - I did do the ride in about 6 1/2 hours. I had hoped to finish a little earlier this year but the wind had other ideas. It did get hot very quickly but luckily I could always find some shade. Great ride for a great cause!
    1507 days ago
  • v OSUBUCKI101
    Thanks so much for the goodie Howard! I needed it this week. Haven't been feeling great but I hope it was just a bug and is now out of my system. Took a 30 mile training ride for Tour de Cure today and it felt good...we finished just as the rain started.
    1564 days ago
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