Wife, Mother, Friend, Daughter, WOMAN....tired of my body fighting with me. Work...don't work. Diet....don't diet. Exercise....don't exercise. When (why) did everything start to go so off track?
[More] My BFF of 30+ years has had MS for the past 25 (dx), and she has been dealing with all of the worst scenarios, and wheelchair confined for the last 19 years. She is praying that I am not about to get diagnosed with it, I'm not so optimistic.
Anyway, I am blessed to be married to a big teddy bear who adores me and we have 4 magnificent sons (well some days are less magnificent than others... it can be a bit like a frat house around here). I'm hopeful to start my own business very soon, working from home, griting grants for non-profits. Things were cooking along until this recent bump in the road.
Just a quick note to say hi! hope fully you are getting some answers to what is going on. stay positive , believe in yourself and all of who you are! we are the power and strength within us. take care, Lori
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