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post #41 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-28-2001, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Spankings....?

Good lord you boys need a cold shower

It's funny because Last year in august I was having surgery andnow I am getting ready to have another one....then another one after that. Life is great ain't it *shrug*

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Re: Spankings....?

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Good lord you boys need a cold shower

It's funny because Last year in august I was having surgery andnow I am getting ready to have another one....then another one after that. Life is great ain't it *shrug*

Tiff
Cold shower??? That won't do ANYTHING for these guys.

Girl, you hang in there. It's a rough road, but you can stick it out. If you need, I got your back sista. I don't pray, but I do talk to inanimant (spl?) objects all the time. I'll put in a good word for ya. Take care.
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It was haunting to see that today was CBRGIRL77's birthday in the announcement section. She would have turned twenty-eight years old had she survived. Hope she is in a better place now.

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It was haunting to see that today was CBRGIRL77's birthday in the announcement section. She would have turned twenty-eight years old had she survived. Hope she is in a better place now.

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Man, that's too young.

It sounds like her "better place" was on her bike. Plenty of open roads to ride now...




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It was haunting to see that today was CBRGIRL77's birthday in the announcement section. She would have turned twenty-eight years old had she survived. Hope she is in a better place now.

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She is still missed. Not many of us old people on here.

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post #47 of 58 (permalink) Old 08-13-2005, 11:05 AM
 
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Thanks to all of you who remember my daughter Tiffany Weirbach sportbikegirl.com I have now completed writing the book about my remakable daughter. I hope I can find a publisher and have it available in 2006

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post #48 of 58 (permalink) Old 09-06-2005, 10:36 PM
 
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damn....

damn i had cancer when i was a kid, but one surgical procedure was enough.... im sorry to hear, good luck... i know what its like being rolled into the room... b.c i didnt knock out until the doctor opened me up...
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post #49 of 58 (permalink) Old 12-08-2005, 01:38 AM
 
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I must say... I am a bit shaken up. While reading the posts on this thread, it was pretty obvious that Tiffany had passed away from cancer-related issues.

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I read her full story, never knew her, I became a member of this site well after she was gone.
So I decided to find and read this mentioned story. While on her website, I saw that nasty word... melanoma.

About 5 or so years back, the doctors found a "very suspicious mole" on my back. So they decided to slice it out. Now I have a nice, big fist-sized scar on my back. I've been going back to the doc's periodically, and almost every time, they see another mole they don't like, so they cut it out. Nothing major, just a small cut about half the diameter of a dime... or, many small cuts. They gave me the thumbs-up, and say that I'm good to go. I haven't thought too much about it, and just viewed it as an inconvenience. But after reading about Tiffany, I was reminded that I'm not bullet-proof, and this word "melanoma" can still sneak up on me any time.

Hmm, I guess I should hurry up and buy that ex250 while it's not too late .

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Thanks to all of you who remember my daughter Tiffany Weirbach sportbikegirl.com I have now completed writing the book about my remakable daughter. I hope I can find a publisher and have it available in 2006

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Judd,

I still think of Tiffany often. I'm so glad I got a chance to ride with her a few times before she passed away. PLEASE let us know when the book is released so we can purchase a copy.

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