How can I thank you enough for your loving kindness? I finally started putting a post together earlier after hearing from my Drs. I was hoping to add some redeeming/helpful quality to it & not just ramble [24 hour forecast?.. Mostly ramble ;))]. I send my heartfelt best wishes to you & yours, my friend. Once again, Thank You! :)) Always, Annie
Thank YOU so much for the Support and Kinds words you have given me throughout all of my issues. You are so right..if I had been high I would of not been in tune with my pain..It used to come & go when I was so jacked up, but I just thought it was too many meds or something to do with respiratory at the time..I am very blessed I did not have a Attack & to be alive today..Bless U Always..lol
im really sorry I did not mention your ankle on your status or yesterday when we talked on my j. Really sorry. Hope you are doing ok!!! poor Debbie. Get some rest. I know you wont but you should. I love you! --Meeg
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