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  • David Foster (shown here with his friend Gracie) is National Strategic Advisor for Morris Communications, and has been a leader within the independent magazine community for years. In April 2005, Dave was diagnosed with Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma, Stage 4, the sixth deadliest cancer, behind lung, liver, and breast. In emails to his ‘wellness group’ of friends and colleagues, Dave began chronicling his battle with the disease. In this blog, Dave Foster continues to “kick cancer’s arse”, sharing his story with a wider audience.

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November 21, 2007


David you are too "sweet" and we as Knights say Thank you to you and every Warrior for being in our lives. Life is what it is and life would be nothing if we didn't have our Warrior and you Warriors didn't have your Knights. So we give Thanks for who we are and what each of us contributes to each others. Happy Thanksgiving.

I really appreciated your take on us Knights, David, and how we stand by our spouse when the going gets tough. We all know as well, that all of you Warriors out there would do the exact same thing if things were reversed. We are honored to be here and to have the gift of caring, giving and just being there for those we love. Thank you David for making this day so special to your readers as we all reflect on giving thanks for each other.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone for all the blessings we have been given.

Hi Dave and Sherry,
Happy Thanksgiving to you folks and here's wishing you many
many blessings. We also have a small dog that just turned 12
years old that would leave an extremely large void in our lives.
Animals have given us such enjoyment with no expectations on
their part - just food, water and hopefully a little pet now and then.
They also love us unconditionally and every day I'm amazed in
some way. We sure have a lot to be grateful for.
Thanks for your wonderful post today and I know that when I get
down I just need to reread it. Sue Judge

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