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You will never go wrong with the scent of Sean John 3am. Raw, bold and sexy. With the combined aroma of citrus,
and fresh floral smell that will last past 3am. Perfect match for men who prefers the dark and dangerous to women
Sean John is a creature different from all other creatures on earth. He is only seen in the darkest hours of the day
and gone by sunrise. He has an unusual physique, has skin as cold as ice and has impeccable strength no human is
ever capable of. He never imagined himself falling in love especially not his own kind. But this lady made him feel
something. His kind is usually cold-blooded and does not care about other people than themselves. But this certain
lady, made him feel human. It was the first time that he felt the warmth on his body, cared for someone and felt
responsible for her safety. With the fear of the death of old age, the lady wanted to be like him so she could stay
with him forever but he refused to change her as he knew that being a cold-blooded killer like him is nothing
compared to the experiences she has a human. Suddenly, the lady had an accident and she was on the verge of
death. Sean had only one choice for her to live and it was to turn her into one of them. He succeeded. Her skin
became as cold as him and her eyes were as ferocious as a killer. It was the beginning of the couple’s dangerous
Ribbon Color: Burgundy: Multiple Myeloma
I worked in the plastics industry for 25 years and I was enjoying retirement. Dot and I did a few trips in our van but
then I went to see a local doctor because I had a really sore back and I was starting to break ribs just getting out of
bed. I had always been fairly fit, but one morning I got out of bed and my ribs started to crack. It was so painful. So
we went to the doctor and she ran all the tests. When they told me it was myeloma I was shocked, we knew
nothing about myeloma. In my case, the body attacked the bone marrow. The myeloma could have been in my
system for a long time. I might have had it 5 to 10 years. What triggered it, I don’t know. It was so quick. We were
that shocked and we did have a little cry. But then we went to see the haematologist and he was very honest. He
said we can’t cure it, but we can put it to sleep for a while. It certainly put a dent in my travelling plans!
They put me straight on to chemo and then prepared me for a stem cell transplant. I had the cell collection but
about two weeks before it was due to happen my (paraprotein) levels were up and we had to put the transplant off.
Then they asked me if I wanted to go on to a new trial, which meant another lot of chemo.
Our doctor Michael thought it was a good idea, and we trusted his leadership. We got the levels back to where they
should be and then I had the cell transplant. This was a tough time; I was in hospital for about a month. I have been
in remission for about 4 months now. It’s all going very well. I go back to the doctor at the end of every month for a
blood test and you do worry about what it’s going to show up. At the moment I am on a lot of steroid and hormone
pills. Once I get off them, we want to head up north. I don’t think I would have got through any of this without Dot.
She has been marvellous. I want to keep this disease at bay and I am hoping we get another five to ten years. – Terry
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