SCREEN DOOR made with PALLETS :o
SCREEN DOOR made with PALLETS 😮
awsome video, thanks for making it, I hope you are doing well.
I was just diagnosed with a cutaneous t cell lymphoma last week. Your story has deeply touched me, and it gives me hope that my treatment plan will be successful. Thank you for being so brave.
Ive been diagnosed with non hodgkins lymphoma. on the 1st Dec 2015 to be honest im really struggling how to keep positive. its like i dont know how to do it. im trying but i keep feeling so hopeless.
Hi sir did you had any relapses since treatment and are you doing something special, any diet plan, workout etc to stop your cancer?
Did you have any operation? What kind of treatments?
i love your story Craig. im so thankful 2 God for u 🙂 Your awesome man!!
Hi Craig. Your post is very moving. It would inspire and give strength to many who need it. You are awesome man!
I've just got diagnosed yesterday 3/31/16. Thank you for this video. This video meant everything. Thank you. Keep inspiring….
thank you for sharing
you give me hope for my dad. this is all still very fresh to me as we recently found out the news. trying to stay strong is hard but you give me hope. thank you
I want to know more from u.ur life giving me hope.i am from india
thank u sir….for ur wonderful story.because I also took treatment for non hodgkin's lymphoma. now I am on remission.my treatment completed in may 2015.
I'm a 22 years old male student and waiting on the diagnosis.. But I'm pretty sure I got non-hodgkin's lymphoma stage 3 or 4 DLBC.. I've got several swollen lymph nodes on both sides of my neck and I'm always tired no matter how long I sleep since 2 months, plus I've lost 15lbs.. I've lost my mother as a kid from breast cancer and this is scaring me so much.. I can't imagine leaving my brother, girlfriend and dad.. Specifically my young brother, he can't go through all that again.. Also the father of my dad is currently dying.. I can't bare the thought of leaving my loved ones in pain.. Life can be so unfair……
You're a warrior brother. You seem like a great guy. Hope you are well my friend.
Great story, man – very moving and many thanks
Thank you bro, I needed to hear this today I guess, I have NHL and about to start my treatments. My mom passed away from Breast Cancer and she tried to do it the natural way and it took her out of her. Nothing wrong with that its just that I think we need a wholistic approach with modern medicine and alternative integration as well.
Man, I can't say you don't know what I've been going through because you do know. It has been one roller coaster ride after the next but I'm doing exactly as you said, God, Family and friends keeping me through this. The good thing is I have very little symptoms and have been sick for about 20 years or so as a Gulf War Vet so I'm used to being sick but I want to be well and vibrant again. I'm a natural born fighter and positive person to begin with and I KNOW I will whip this. Love you bro, thanks for the words of inspiration!!! Please pray for me. Amen!!
Thank you for posting this honest video! It has helped me. Glad you're still in remission and were able to have kids!
my husband passed away last year same stage 4 non Hodgkins lymphoma. Thank u for a wonderful story.
Hi Craig, first of all I'm really glad that you are in remission and going well. I want to ask, long before your diagnose, did you experience unexplained daily itch? Recently, for one and a half months(from august 9), I have been experiencing this itch that can be relieved easily. However, there is one time when I play badminton, my left arm and the left side of my belly got a deep kind of itch that could not be relieved. I think it lasted for 15 min and stopped when I stopped playing badminton. I also had very little palpable nodes in my neck, 3 above my adam apple and 1 behind my right neck(doctor says all felt normal). I have been following up with my GP for 2 months, but he tells me that the chance of it being cancer is low as the nodes are not getting larger after 1 month. Sorry for the long text. I will have my first hematologist appointment next Friday, as my GP referred me to her to ease my mind. Prior to the itching, I somehow felt that I got pins and needles more easily than before. I also had occasional shortness of breath. Sometimes I felt out of breath for the day, sometimes I dont. Btw, I had a fever that last for 4 days on June as well, which was confirmed to be a mycoplasm infection by blood work.
Im so sorry:(((My husband just finish his chemo on january!!!Hi's feel so good!!!
Well I’ll be damned I made a couple that look like that and now I see him on Facebook must have been catchy
Pretty big pallets they used for the frame. Don’t see many pallets that big
Would not want this ugly thing hanging on my doir
Rob Huss Jr. can we make this for the back door
Sturdy and heavy. G
No thank you
very resourceful xx
Yes please Les Aiken!!!!
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