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16 Feb 2012 05:07 #1109394373 by LynnGwyneth
Replied by LynnGwyneth on topic Hello, from Holland
Hello Gitta,

Wow, a radiologist! :) I saw a lot of people in your profession throughout my life! How are you? Have you gotten any more pets since the loss of your cat? I was so sorry to read about that.


How is your mom doing? I read in another post that she was ill. My mom went through a bout of Crohn's Disease and I was her sole caretaker for a while. It's tough.

Let me know more about you and your favorite roles of Nat.

Greetings from a newbie!
Lynn

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Ἀρχίλοχος (c. 680 BC - c. 645 BC)

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18 Feb 2012 17:57 #1109394400 by Gitta
Replied by Gitta on topic Hello, from Holland
Hello Lynn,

I am fine. How are you?
We have two new cats. On a day they walked around our House and they have not leave us.

My mom has gotten a reveal, that is an implantable heart rhythm monitor. Specifies to look at how the heart rhythm of my mother is. So we must now wait and see what the results are.

I think that my favorite role of Nat is in the Inspector Lynley Mysteries. That is a very good series. you see his character grow. I like that very much.
And what is your favorite role of Nat?

Greetings,
Gitta

With every breath that i breathe, you and me can turn a whisper to a scream.

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18 Feb 2012 19:09 #1109394416 by LynnGwyneth
Replied by LynnGwyneth on topic Hello, from Holland
Hello Gitta,

All my best wishes and prayers for your mother and her heart rhythm. May her heart beat steadily and have good results! You must be worried about her -- I know I would be so worried! Anyway, it is good that she is getting excellent medical care.

I'm really loving Nat as Inspector Lynley too--for the same reason as you--you get to see the character grow from show to show.

Although...If you haven't see "Wide Sargasso Sea" I recommend it. It's very sad at the end, but there are some wonderful passionate scenes that are very sensual, if spooky. There too, you see the character of Mr. Rochester change as the web of deception is woven around him and he is drawn in by the obeah (voodoo) of the island...and his mysterious new young bride.

Love,
Lynn

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