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Love Letter To My Ut Amem Et Foveam...

Dear Choy,

Thank you! thank you soo.. much for everything. For the love, care, and support. I really thanked God for letting us meet. I know that every thing has a reason, we may not know it but,God planned it, and we will just tell ourselves that this was the reason that God wants to prove to us. I didn't regret any single moment with you. though, fear was the first thing that i encountered yet, you proved me that there's nothing to be afraid of. I love you so much and I know that words are not enough to prove how much you mean to me. God knows how true
my love is. Our relationship was been tested many times and i know still more to come but, if you'll hold on to our love i'm sure that nothing could break us apart. I may not be a perfect partner nor a perfect wife to be but, i will assure you that the love i have for you will always remain in my heart, in my mind and in my soul. I love you with all my heart, and i'm sticking to our promises.Thank you for being just you.. the Choy that i loved to be with all the time.. the Choy that's like a big baby to me.. the Choy that i really wanted to be with forever.. We're always here for each other and we will continue to make good memories forever. Ut amem et foveam.. <3<3<3

Love always,
ching <3
chingchoy chingchoy 26-30, F 1 Response Feb 8, 2013

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Dear Chingchoy,

That was so moving. I pray one day, I'll have a love so deep.

During a lab last week at the hospital, we were told about a female patient, 79, who began with laryngeal cancer, that had spread to the lungs. Then we discovered at first, after having quit smoking for 18 years for her Grandchildren, when she found out she had cancer, she started smoking again? It has now spread to her lungs and I've heard, studied, regarding life expectancy, but why do you, as a professional, think she started again?

Jackieperson9

hello jackieperson9, thank you for commenting on my post. I'm not so sure of her reasons. maybe she was devastated or still in the stage of denial or bargaining. that, since she won't live that longer she'll just do what she think what's best for her.