About Me: Female, 62, Sacramento, CA, member since Aug 2008
I will be 62 years young in February, Living in Ca. to live with my son while waiting for ssdi or ssi. I have lived here before and love being back. We have adopted a little mixed breed sweetheart of a dog, Rusty. I enjoy cooking for my son, walks, exercise, browsing t
[More]hru thrift stores and garage sales. I think of every new day as a gift and try to keep my thoughts positive as I think your additude is everything. Love my Med-help! And the friends I have met here.God, family, friends are important to me.
Just a quick note to say hi! Darla doll! hey babe! how r ya? Ya, i know that song. I sure am glad ur going and u get to see all ur fambam! yay! jumping the broom wow u just know all the lingo gf ... i cant keep up! i hope u have a great time, im sure you will, pleez say hi to DEEtroit for me!!!! don't you even worry about lil ol Meegy and pm's, long as i know ya loves me that's all that matters. i love you TOO! muah Meegy
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